Academic Advising in a Multicultural World


  • Christopher Holder University of Louisville



academic, advising, multicultural world


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Author Biography

Christopher Holder, University of Louisville

Christopher S. Holder is a graduate student in the Higher Education Administration program at the University of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky. He can be reached at


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