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Chu, Lily – 1980
The final report for two years (1978-1980) of the National Institute of Education-New Mexico State University Project on Minorities and Women's Research, whose goal was to increase representation of women and minorities in educational research, consists of descriptions of project activities and eight appendices. The descriptive section details…
Descriptors: American Indians, Asian Americans, Blacks, Educational Objectives
Misquez, Ed; McCarthy, Bill; Powell, Barbara; Chu, Lily – 1997
This report describes the rejuvenation of the Barrier Breakers at New Mexico State University, a student group that was designed to ensure that students with disabilities had access to and accommodations for instruction. The new group, the Association for the Concerns of the Handicapped (ACH), provides advocacy for environmental access and program…
Descriptors: Academic Accommodations (Disabilities), Access to Education, Accessibility (for Disabled), College Students
Lester, Patricia; Chu, Lily – 1980
Female and male higher education administrators in Texas and New Mexico were compared in terms of their sex role orientation, motivational factors, and administrative styles. In addition to individual interviews of the 68 administrators, a questionnaire was developed that included items from the Bem Sex Role Inventory, Work and Family Orientation…
Descriptors: Achievement Need, Administrator Attitudes, Administrator Characteristics, Administrator Role
Chu, Lily – 1979
The paper approaches the issue of educational equity from the perspective of individuals' perceptions of the opportunity available to them and their ability to interact with their world effectively. The proposed model of humanistic behaviorism, with its emphasis on self-efficacy, has special implications for multicultural education. The changing…
Descriptors: Attitudes, Behavior, Behavior Theories, Disadvantaged
Chu, Lily; Bergsma, Harold – 1978
The locus of control among married couples was compared to that among their friends. Also compared was the relationship between married couples' locus of control and their reported marital satisfaction. No correlation was found between friends' locus of control, whereas a positive correlation was found between married couples' locus of control.…
Descriptors: Adults, College Students, Friendship, Individual Characteristics
Chu, Lily – 1980
Rural women come from many ethnicities, enjoy diverse social economic statuses, different family circumstances, and various levels of educational attainment. Of the 34-35 million rural women, a large percentage are plagued by poverty and lack of opportunity for education, employment, health care, and various social services. Rural people, who…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Access to Education, Career Development, Culture Conflict