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Adinkrah, Mensah; Cody, Johnita; Engstrom, Carley – College Student Journal, 2023
The current study explored the attitudes of criminal justice students enrolled at a Midwestern university in the United States toward conjugal visitation programs. The data were collected through an online survey questionnaire consisting of 10 closed-ended and two open-ended questions, capturing responses from 110 students enrolled in five…
Descriptors: Sexuality, Correctional Institutions, Institutionalized Persons, College Students
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Bresciani Ludvik, Marilee; Levine, Rich; He, Lingjun; Stronach, Jeanne; Levine, Rey; Schellenberg, Stephen – College Student Journal, 2023
In response to a charge from the University Senate, a task force examined the influence of class size on student success in first-year composition courses that satisfy general education composition requirements. Using pre-existing data on first-time, first-year students with the entry cohort ranging from 2004 to 2015, a random forest analysis…
Descriptors: Class Size, Freshman Composition, College Freshmen, Writing Achievement
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Berry, April; Friend, John – College Student Journal, 2023
With the rise of mental health issues occurring on college campuses, college counseling centers are increasing their efforts to meet the needs of students by ensuring that students are able to matriculate in their educational journey. Over the past few years, national data indicated that annually about 38% of college students "felt so…
Descriptors: Advocacy, Mental Health, Mental Disorders, Universities
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Phelps, Sean; Milstein, Sloane; French, Patrice – College Student Journal, 2023
Many academic programs often require work integrated learning (WIL) in the form of internships, fieldwork, and practicums. As a method of preparing students for entry level employment, WIL experiences have been found to be beneficial by the student, employer, and advisors. However, researchers and academics commonly cite the need for additional…
Descriptors: Work Experience Programs, Career Readiness, Assignments, Learning Activities
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Regan, Pamela; Michikyan, Minas; Subrahmanyam, Kaveri; Bartholomew, John; Michikyan, Melissa; Castillo, Linda; Castillo, Linda – College Student Journal, 2023
Explored the experiences of public university students (N = 1,573) in five domains (e.g., mental health, remote learning) during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic, and whether these experiences differed as a function of college generation status. Mental health challenges were observed, with first-generation students reporting higher…
Descriptors: First Generation College Students, College Students, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Lertora, Ian; Starkey, Jesse; Croffie, Alexis – College Student Journal, 2023
When working with international students from collectivist cultures or backgrounds, it is important for academic advisors and career counselors to consider the influence their families have on their academic and career trajectories. The authors synthesize research on international student's perceptions of their institution experiences in the…
Descriptors: Foreign Students, College Students, Academic Advising, Career Counseling
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Fincham, Frank; May, Ross – College Student Journal, 2023
Social isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic raised concerns about its psychological impacts. The present study therefore investigated two negative states, loneliness and depression, and their temporal relationship, in two samples of emerging adults attending college. The first (N=323) was assessed prior to a stay-at-home order and 4 weeks after…
Descriptors: Psychological Patterns, COVID-19, Pandemics, Symptoms (Individual Disorders)
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Punyanunt-Carter, Narissra; Martinez, Ryan – College Student Journal, 2023
This paper analyzed college students' perceptions regarding their graduate teaching assistant's (GTAs) power use and their levels of communication apprehension (CA) in the classroom. This study demonstrates how instructor power strategies not only determine how students perceive their instructor but also how those strategies affect students' CA.…
Descriptors: Teaching Assistants, Public Speaking, Courses, College Students
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LaPiene, Kimberly; Pettijohn, Terry, II; Palm, Linda – College Student Journal, 2022
This study was conducted to analyze first impressions of a professor and student motivation for taking a college course. The researcher hypothesized that a course syllabus with a professor welcome statement would have a more positive effect on first impressions of the professor and student motivation as compared to a course syllabus without a…
Descriptors: Course Descriptions, College Students, Teacher Student Relationship, Student Motivation
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Lin, Show Mei – College Student Journal, 2022
The purpose of this study was to explore how online writing technology affects ELL students' writing processes from the perceptions of twelve ELL students. To answer this question, the quantity of participation, interviews, and refection journal analysis were used to gather information. The findings indicated that there were advantages (including…
Descriptors: English Language Learners, Journal Writing, Computer Assisted Instruction, Writing Processes
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Elliott, Rebecca; Smith, Everrett – College Student Journal, 2022
Student engagement has been studied by researchers for several decades. Though researchers have considered involvement with registered student organizations, academic orientation, and financial and family factors in their work, fewer studies have examined on-campus student employment as a mechanism for engagement. The purpose of this study is to…
Descriptors: College Students, Student Employment, Self Concept, Student Experience
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Kranz, Peter; Sale, Paul – College Student Journal, 2022
Diversity education has been highlighted in recent professional and news media. We build upon previous work of one of the authors as we describe needed characteristics of instructors of diversity education. In addition to content knowledge, we suggest that communication skills, empathy, reflective assessment practices, the ability to obtain and…
Descriptors: Diversity, Multicultural Education, Teacher Characteristics, Pedagogical Content Knowledge
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Bui, Khanh; Burris, Stephanie; Sargent, Benjamin – College Student Journal, 2022
In this study, we examined how undergraduates talk about their experiences of loneliness. Six focus group discussions were conducted with 42 undergraduates (29 women, 13 men) at a private university. We coded participants' comments by themes. Themes that occurred most frequently included: (1) ingroups vs. outgroups, (2) intervention for…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Psychological Patterns, Friendship, Geographic Location
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Wilkinson, Larrell; Bodine Al-Sharif, Mary Ann; Watson, Dayna; McCarthy, Shannon; Bodine Al-Sharif, Anita; Evans, Retta – College Student Journal, 2022
The mental health and well-being of students entering higher education has become a growing global concern for colleges and universities. Recent research shows anxiety and depression to be the most prevalent forms of mental health concerns amongst college students followed by suicide, eating disorders, and substance abuse. Students' feelings of…
Descriptors: College Students, Student Needs, Interpersonal Relationship, Social Support Groups
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Murphy, Meghan – College Student Journal, 2022
Summer camp jobs are often described as a fun and active way to spend the summer. This research aims to go beyond the surface, examining how college students use the skills and training they receive as summer day camp counselors and describing the specific ways they transfer those skills to academic settings. In-depth interviews were conducted…
Descriptors: Summer Programs, College Students, Day Camp Programs, Counselors
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