Articles by Mari Ann Callais, Ph.D.

Callais, M. A. (2014). Don’t throw what you know until you know what you throw. The Compass of Theta Phi Alpha Fraternity, Fall/Winter, 28-29. Callais, M. A. (2014). Step up and lean in. The Lamp of Delta Zeta Sorority, Winter, 5-7. Callais, M. A. (2007).  It's not about the destination.  Lessons from the Road  Inspirational Insights by Leading Speakers in Education, 114-116. Callais, M. A. (2007).  Making the most of your college experience.  Roadmaps to Success and Happiness in College, 12-28. Callais, M. A. (2006).  Catch the buzz.  Campus Peak Newsletter, CAMPUSPEAK, Summer, 1-3. Callais, M. A. (2005). Helping fraternity and sorority members understand ritual.  Oracle:  The Research Journal of the Association of Fraternity Advisors, Vol. 1 Iss. 1, August, 32-37. Callais, M. A. (2005).  Increasing our understanding of ritual.  The Compass of Theta Phi Alpha Fraternity, Spring/Summer, 13. Callais, M. A. (2004). The new generation of college women: Challenges facing sororities. The Triangle of Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority, Fall. Callais, M. A. (2004). The new generation of college women: Challenges facing sororities. The Compass of Theta Phi Alpha Fraternity, Summer, 4-6. Callais, M. A. (2003). Helping fraternity and sorority members understand ritual. MGCA Connections, 1(2), Callais, M. A. (2002). Helping fraternity and sorority members understand ritual. Association of Fraternity Advisors Perspectives, Fall, 11-15. Callais, M. A. (2002). Sorority rituals: Rites of passage and their impact on contemporary sorority women. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Louisiana State University. Callais, M. A. (2001). A knight to remember. In A. J. D’Angelo, R. Barnes, D. Duchamp, L. Fedler, M. L. Miranda, R. Morat, and B. Saul (Eds.), Inspiration for Greeks (pp.126-128). Lambertville, NJ: The Collegiate Empowerment Company. Callais, M. A. (1996). The undergraduate interfraternity institute: A five day program challenging today’s student leaders. Association of Fraternity Advisors Perspectives, 23(5), 11-15.

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