Blogs and Publications


2016 Of Education, Fishbowls and Rabbit Holes: Rethinking Liberal Education for an Interconnected World (Stylus Publications)
2012 Transformative Learning through Engagement: Student Affairs Practice as Experiential Pedagogy. Sterling, VA: Stylus Publications
1999 Understanding Diversity: A Learning in Practice Primer. Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks Cole, with Barbara Okun and Marsha Okun
1995 Shifting Paradigms in Student Affairs : Culture, Context, Teaching and Learning. Washington, DC: American College Personnel Association


1997 Fried, J. (Ed.).Ethics for Today’s Campus: New Perspectives on Education, Student Development and Institutional Management. New Directions in Student Services #77, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass
1994 Fried, J. (Ed) Different Voices :Gender and Perspective in Student Affairs Administration Washington, DC : National Association of Student Personnel Administrators
1981 Fried, J. (Ed) Education for Student Development.New Directions in Student Services #15. San Francisco : Jossey-Bass


2013 Engaged Learning: Why Feelings Matter, About Campus, (18, 1), March/April, 2013, 2-8
2011 Burns B. Crookston: Life and Legacy. Journal of Student Affairs Research and practice. 47 (4), 483-495
2007 Learning Reconsidered: Higher Education’s Operating Instructions. AboutCampus. (12,1). March/April, 2007. 2-7

Book Chapters

2010 Fried, J. Ethical Standards and Principles In J.Schuh (Eds) Student Affairs: A Handbook for the Profession (5th ed) San Francisco : Jossey Bass
1997 Fried, J. Changing Ethical Frameworks for a Multicultural World. In J. Fried (Ed.) Ethics for Today’s Campus. New Directions in Student Services series, #77, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass

Recent Invited Presentations



The Whole Student: Intersectionality and WellBeing. Bringing Theory to Practice Conference, Chicago, IL
2018 Why do we still need Black History Month? Program for students at Parrish Hill High School, Chaplain, CT, sponsored by the NAACP
2018 Creating Inclusive Classrooms and Activity Groups, American International College, Presentations for faculty and student affairs administrators on cultural diversity and its effects of learning style and participation in campus activities
2018 Creating Inclusive Classrooms, keynote and faculty development consultant, Southern Utah University, Cedar Grove, UT
2018-2019 Faculty development consultant; training trainers and administrative staff in conducting critical conversations about difference Bay Path University, Longmeadow, MA
2016 Learning to Welcome the Other, training for residence hall staff at Central Connecticut State UniversityDiversity Dialogue for President’s Cabinet, Quinebaug Valley Community College
2016 Diversity Dialogues , Conversations with groups of students designed to help them learn to talk with each other about race at Central Connecticut State University, Manchester Community College and Quinnebaug Valley Community College
2016 The Price of A Ticket, panelist at QVCC for a discussion about the writings of James Baldwin and his observations about being Black and Gay in the United States
2016 Difficult Dialogues: Supervising Across Cultural Differences, sponsored by the Latino Knowledge Community of NASPA at Eastern Connecticut State University
2016 Engaging Self in the Classroom, sponsored by the Faculty Development Center at Tufts University, Medford, MA
2016 Integrating Academic Rigor and Personal Engagement: Some Ideas for Answering the Eternal Question, “Why Do I Need to Know This?, Colloquium for community college faculty members in Connecticut at Naugatuck Valley Community College
2016 The Culturally Competent Workplace, presented at a conference sponsored by CCSU for the business community of Hartford and surrounding towns
2014 Down the Rabbit Hole: Transforming Higher Education, featured presentation, National conference of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA), Baltimore, MD
2014 Dissolving Fear and Prejudice: A Mindfulness Approach. Annual national
Conference of the Association for Contemplative Mind in Higher Education. Amherst college, Amherst, MA

All of Jane Fried’s blogs appear on her linked-in page.