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Elliott, Sean; FitzGerald, Carolyn – Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 2023
This study identifies factors contributing to the success of foster care alumni (FCA) who graduate from post-secondary education (PSE), despite institutions devoting little effort to making PSE accessible to FCA. Nine FCA PSE graduates were interviewed about their success. Responses were analyzed using an exploratory method to identify themes…
Descriptors: Foster Care, Postsecondary Education, Graduation Rate, Access to Education
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Brant, Jennifer – Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 2023
This qualitative inquiry documents the lessons gleaned from my journey toward the praxis of Indigenous Maternal Pedagogies, an Indigenous women-centred teaching and learning engagement, to offer insights for supporting Indigenous women in higher education. Specifically, this article offers an express vision for Indigenous women's educational…
Descriptors: Praxis, Indigenous Knowledge, Indigenous Populations, Holistic Approach
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Hanson, Cori – Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 2023
Some Canadian undergraduate engineering programs report 30-40% of enrolled students are women. Kanter's tipping point theory argues that women become less tokenized when they make up 30% of a group's population. Other scholars have found that in comparable situations, women continued to experience discrimination, hostility, and competition. This…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Undergraduate Students, Student Diversity, Disproportionate Representation
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Legusov, Oleg; Leong, Julie; Le, Abbey Thu; Ramdass, Jasmattie – Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 2023
With changing demographics, Canadian institutions of higher education are under pressure to address the challenges of student, faculty, and staff diversity. Despite growing numbers of international students at Canada's community colleges, this group has historically been underrepresented. The intersectionality of their minority-status…
Descriptors: Inclusion, Foreign Countries, Student Diversity, Diversity (Faculty)
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Bulk, Laura Yvonne; Jarus, Tal; Nimmon, Laura – Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 2023
Blind/partially blind people are underrepresented in post-secondary education and lack equitable opportunities to develop a sense of belonging. This study shares narratives of 28 blind/partially blind students from across Turtle Island (in what is colonially called Canada) using Teng et al.'s (2020) Belonging in Academia Model (BAM) as a…
Descriptors: Blindness, Visual Impairments, Students with Disabilities, College Students
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Kim, Eun Gi – Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 2023
Although the participation of immigrant students from diverse cultural backgrounds continues to increase in Canadian universities, there is still a lack of a good understanding of their experiences. This study compared the experiences of nine Korean immigrant students in the sciences and social sciences at two Toronto-based universities and the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Immigrants, College Students, Acculturation
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Soares, Roberta de Oliveira; Magnan, Marie-Odile – Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 2023
This qualitative study reports the university experiences of Quebec students whose parents were born in Latin America. The analysis, which looks at students who have either persisted in school or discontinued their studies, underscores the importance of cultural capital and, especially, an understanding of the student craft for school retention.…
Descriptors: Parent Background, College Students, Foreign Countries, Academic Persistence
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King, Alyson E.; Brigham, Susan M. – Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 2023
This article explores the strategies used by Indigenous students attending three Canadian universities (in Nova Scotia, Ontario, and Manitoba) to find success in their studies. As part of a larger study on the success strategies of students who have been traditionally underrepresented in Canadian universities, this article draws on the responses…
Descriptors: Minority Group Students, Indigenous Populations, College Students, Foreign Countries
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Hampton, Rosalind; Conway, Cora-Lee – Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 2023
This article documents and analyses Black student-led organizing by Community-University Talks, a collective of academics and local community members who organized together between 2012 and 2017 in Montreal. The co-authors of this article founded Community-University Talks in December 2011, as Black women who had just begun doctoral studies in…
Descriptors: School Community Relationship, Universities, College Students, African American Students
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Jafar, Hayfa F. – Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 2023
Drawing on 24 semi-structured interviews, this small-scale qualitative study delves into mature students' social, academic, and career preparation experiences pursuing college education. Using Schlossberg's (1989) transition model, the findings reveal that mature students' overall experience is influenced by their mature status, as they possess…
Descriptors: Student Adjustment, Adult Students, College Students, Foreign Countries
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Rylee Oram; Rebecca Sullivan; Maria Rogers – Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 2023
Research has demonstrated that racialized students experience additional stressors during post-secondary education compared to their white counterparts. These barriers can include added institutional barriers, lower representation among faculty, additional stress associated with cultural differences and stigmatization, discrimination, and racism.…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Race, White Students, Racial Factors
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Markus Harwood-Jones; Lee Airton; Kel Martin – Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 2023
Gendered washrooms and changerooms are sites of tension for many transgender and/or gender non-conforming users. However, these are not the only groups impacted by the exclusive provision of gendered spaces. As gender-neutral facilities become increasingly standardized across multiple sectors, we consider how the rising trend of "universal…
Descriptors: Gender Issues, Sanitary Facilities, LGBTQ People, Diversity
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Tara Pride; Kaitlin Sibbald; Anna MacLeod; Debbie Martin; Michelle Owen – Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 2023
Academics have historically been members of socially dominant groups--white, cisgender, heterosexual men, from middle- to upper-classes, who identify as able-bodied and able-minded. Members of other groups are often disadvantaged. In two larger studies, semi-structured interviews were conducted with professionals from marginalized groups. Here we…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Allied Health Occupations Education, Social Services, Professional Education
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Michael Skolnik – Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 2023
The Ontario College Advanced Diploma requires three years of post-secondary education and the attainment of learning outcomes like those of a three-year baccalaureate degree. Except for one other Canadian province, no similar academic credential is awarded by colleges in Canada or the United States. For these reasons it has been viewed by some as…
Descriptors: Advanced Courses, Foreign Countries, Postsecondary Education, Bachelors Degrees
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Cathlene Hillier; Yujiro Sano; Roger Pizarro Milian; David Zarifa – Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 2023
Research on transfer student flows has focused almost exclusively on transitions occurring between colleges and universities. Few have sought to systematically examine the regional dimensions of these student flows, and how they may map on to prevailing migration patterns that drive individuals out of remote geographical regions. Through this…
Descriptors: College Transfer Students, Educational Mobility, Migration Patterns, Human Capital
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