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Corinne Corte; Audrey Amrein-Beardsley – Innovative Higher Education, 2024
Inclusive educational spaces are necessary for post-secondary Black students to thrive. However, faculty and staff often, unintentionally, create non-inclusive educational spaces while exhibiting and perpetuating behaviors relative to race/racism and microaggressions driven by racial implicit bias. Via this mixed-methods study, researchers…
Descriptors: Inclusion, African American Students, Educational Environment, Racism
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Kristina Jaskyte; Ashley Hunter; Anna Claire Mell – Innovative Higher Education, 2024
Higher education institutions recognize that today's problems are too complex to be conceptualized by a single discipline and are becoming increasingly committed to interdisciplinary work, as evidenced by the increasing number of interdisciplinary departments, internal funding opportunities, and research centers. Despite the widespread popularity…
Descriptors: Interdisciplinary Approach, Teamwork, Innovation, Universities
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Catherine T. Amelink; Dustin M. Grote; Matthew B. Norris; Jacob R. Grohs – Innovative Higher Education, 2024
As higher education institutions look to educate and graduate degree earners that have the skills and knowledge necessary to design, communicate, and collaborate in ways that allow for innovative solutions to complex socio-technical challenges, new approaches to educational efforts are being considered and implemented. Institutional responses have…
Descriptors: Educational Opportunities, Skill Development, Thinking Skills, STEM Education
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Ashley B. Clayton; Rachel E. Worsham – Innovative Higher Education, 2024
This study examined the effectiveness of the Carolina College Advising Corps (CCAC) on two college readiness outcomes: advanced college preparatory course enrollment and SAT test-taking behaviors. The focus of this study is on concrete college readiness measures beyond mere college aspirations, as these measures more accurately predict college…
Descriptors: Public Schools, High Schools, Partnerships in Education, Academic Advising
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Regina L. Garza Mitchell; Whitney DeCamp; Brian S. Horvitz; Megan Grunert Kowalske; Cherrelle Singleton – Innovative Higher Education, 2024
Although online courses have been a part of academia for nearly 30 years, they are still perceived as "different" than face-to-face instruction. Through in-depth interviews with four instructors, we explored how STEM faculty approach teaching asynchronous online undergraduate STEM courses. The faculty interviewed for this study viewed…
Descriptors: Asynchronous Communication, Electronic Learning, Undergraduate Study, STEM Education
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Amy E. Stich; George Spencer; Brionna Johnson; Sean Baser – Innovative Higher Education, 2024
Leveraging the state's dual enrollment program, Georgia policymakers introduced a novel postsecondary pathway called "Option B" that allows students to bypass many traditional high school graduation requirements by completing sub-baccalaureate credentials for career and technical education instead. Given the distinctiveness of this…
Descriptors: School Counselors, Dual Enrollment, Educational Policy, Technical Education
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Benjamin S. Selznick; John D. Hathcoat; Yelisey A. Shapovalov – Innovative Higher Education, 2024
The purpose of this study is to understand the distinctive aspects of curricular spaces that bring together diverse disciplines by centering the voices of educators, with full recognition that these environments can inspire learning among both students and faculty. We interviewed eight faculty and one administrator from a mid-sized public…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Public Colleges, Teacher Attitudes, Interdisciplinary Approach
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Quortne R. Hutchings; Demetri L. Morgan – Innovative Higher Education, 2024
Literature suggests that institutional efforts to cultivate civic engagement may have developmental importance on an institution's mission, values, and culture. This study seeks to detail how anchor and place-based justice network institutions digitally engage with their communities through a website content analysis and using Ostrander's civic…
Descriptors: Citizen Participation, Web Sites, Social Justice, Postsecondary Education
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Darrell Lovell; Daniel J. Mallinson – Innovative Higher Education, 2024
Test-optional admissions policies have been steadily, though slowly, expanding throughout higher education institutions for decades. The COVID-19 pandemic, however, sparked a rapid expansion of institutions adopting test-optional policy. Using a diffusion of innovations framework, this study assesses the institutional characteristics that shaped…
Descriptors: Testing, Higher Education, Alternative Assessment, COVID-19
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Jarrel T. Johnson; Adrien M. Barrios; Taylor R. Johnson – Innovative Higher Education, 2024
Using a qualitative multiple case study research design, the authors investigated the leadership and collaboration strategies of HBCU administrators seeking to drive queer and trans* student inclusion initiatives on their campuses. Further, organizational challenges were examined to make sense of infrastructure elements that needed to be added to…
Descriptors: Black Colleges, College Administration, LGBTQ People, Minority Group Students
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Teklu Abate Bekele; Denis Thaddeus Ofoyuru; Emnet Tadesse Woldegiorgis – Innovative Higher Education, 2024
Higher education institutions pursue three distinct yet interrelated missions of education, knowledge production, and community engagement. Until the last decades of the twentieth century, the third mission, also known as community engagement, has received little attention. Although the third mission generally aims to contribute to the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Community Involvement, School Community Relationship
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Artur Strzelecki – Innovative Higher Education, 2024
AI-powered chat technology is an emerging topic worldwide, particularly in areas such as education, research, writing, publishing, and authorship. This study aims to explore the factors driving students' acceptance of ChatGPT in higher education. The study employs the unified theory of acceptance and use of technology (UTAUT2) theoretical model,…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Synchronous Communication, Computer Mediated Communication, Higher Education
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Andrea Kottmann; Kim Schildkamp; Barend van der Meulen – Innovative Higher Education, 2024
The study examined what factors determine the use of educational innovations by teachers in higher education. Three sort of factors were compared: teachers' motivation for the enhancement of education, their contact with or exposure to dissemination of educational innovations and institutional factors, that is, support provided by higher education…
Descriptors: Public Colleges, Higher Education, Foreign Countries, Teacher Behavior
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Mira Kim; Jemma Clifton; Anneli Strutt – Innovative Higher Education, 2024
Research has shown that English language proficiency (ELP) plays a crucial role in the psychological well-being of international students (e.g. Li et al., "Journal of International Students, "4(4), 301-313, 2014). However, few studies have reported positive correlations between their improved English skills and well-being. The present…
Descriptors: English (Second Language), Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, Doctoral Students
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Gloria Crisp; Luis Alcázar; Jeff Ryan Sherman; Joseph Schaffer-Enomoto; Natalie Rooney – Innovative Higher Education, 2024
Our study provides a review of theories that were used to study race and racism between 2010 and 2019 in higher education. We conducted a content analysis to identify concepts, statements and models used in higher education studies focused on race and racism in the three most highly read United States higher education journals. We also identified…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Race, Racism, Periodicals
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