OVERVIEW The study of student affairs leadership requires a foundational understanding of the theories and events that have driven practice. Equally important, however, is an understanding of the evolution of theory across time against the backdrop of the societal, political, legal, and environmental issues that have impacted higher education as a whole. INSTRUCTIONS After reading the uploaded chapters (6,9 & 21) and watching the video: https://canvas.liberty.edu/courses/365448/pages/watch-predictive-analytics-in-pursuit-of-student-success?module_item_id=35662554 create an annotated timeline spanning the last century of higher education, noting the formation and evolution of key student affairs and leadership theories, as well as the parallel historical events that shaped both theory and practice. The timeline must include a minimum of TEN annotated events, and must be well researched and properly cited. A minimum of FIVE scholarly sources (including your textbook) must be used. The timeline PowerPoint but must be visually represented as a timeline with annotations ranging from 1 to 3 paragraphs in length. Each annotation should cover, at minimum, the following points: ? Year of event/theory/article publication ? Title of theory (if applicable) ? Credited theorist(s)/author(s) ? Concise explanation of the event, contribution, or theory (one to two sentences) ? Historical backdrop Be sure to review the criteria on the Student Affairs: Timeline Grading Rubric before beginning this assignment. Note: Your assignment will be checked for originality via the Turnitin plagiarism tool.