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Garces, Liliana M.; Ambriz, Evelyn; Davis Johnson, Brianna; Bradley, Dwuana – Review of Higher Education, 2022
The spike of hate speech incidents on college campuses since the 2016 U.S. presidential election has compounded the racial hostility students of color face on historically White campuses. These ongoing incidents require institutions to respond purposively to address the harm students of color experience in their aftermath. Using an "inclusive…
Descriptors: Speech Communication, Antisocial Behavior, Social Bias, Student Leadership
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Ngo, Federick; Coyner, Michelle; Lough, Nancy – Review of Higher Education, 2022
The NCAA's 2015 Cost of Attendance (COA) policy allowed Division I schools to increase spending on student-athletes. Using data documenting COA implementation and a difference-in-differences design, we explore the relationships between COA and institutions' financial behaviors. Athletics expenditures grew substantially after COA adoption,…
Descriptors: College Athletics, Intercollegiate Cooperation, Student Athletes, Costs
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White-Lewis, Damani K. – Review of Higher Education, 2022
This study examines the role of deans, department chairs, and diversity officers within the faculty diversity and hiring discourse. Using an embedded case study approach, I conducted semi-structured interviews with 12 administrative and academic leaders across four academic departments to understand their theories of change to advance faculty…
Descriptors: Deans, Department Heads, Administrator Role, Case Studies
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Barringer, Sondra N.; Pryor, Kim Nelson – Review of Higher Education, 2022
Though understudied, academic structure reflects and shapes the central work--education, research, service--of higher education organizations (HEOs). Academic structure also shapes and illuminates the external environments and internal dynamics of HEOs. Despite the centrality of academic structure to HEOs and their work, our knowledge of it is…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Institutional Characteristics, Research Universities, Departments
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Nicolazzo, Z. – Review of Higher Education, 2021
Here, authors provide a snapshot of their manuscript, and which readers often overlook, causing some authors to repeat the abstract in the main body of their texts. Like foot- and endnotes, abstracts are shadow texts. In these shadows, we as trans feminine people keep some of the more painful moments of our existence, not wanting to feed nontrans…
Descriptors: Sexual Identity, Femininity, Gender Bias, Ethnography
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Liera, Román; Hernandez, Theresa E. – Review of Higher Education, 2021
This case study examined how color-evasive racism operated through search committee members' practices in ways that undermined university policy created to centralize racial equity in faculty hiring. Findings show that abstract liberalism, racialized decoupling, and racialized agency impeded the realization of an equitable search process. Faculty…
Descriptors: Racial Bias, Teacher Selection, College Faculty, Barriers
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Loes, Chad N.; An, Brian P. – Review of Higher Education, 2021
We examine the influence of collaborative learning on need for cognition among students from 17 institutions over four years of college. Net of a wide battery of potential confounding influences including precollege academic ability, race, and a pretest of the outcome measure, for example, we find collaborative learning is associated with gains in…
Descriptors: Cooperative Learning, Thinking Skills, Reflection, Cognitive Development
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Flint, Maureen A.; Toledo, Whitney – Review of Higher Education, 2021
This article explores the landscape of artful research in higher education through a critical qualitative content analysis of articles published in 41 higher education journals between 2000 and 2020. An analysis of 218 articles published over a 20-year period found (a) a steady increase in artful approaches to inquiry over time, across all tiers…
Descriptors: Educational Research, Higher Education, Inquiry, Research Methodology
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Nix, Amanda N.; Bertrand Jones, Tamara; Hu, Shouping – Review of Higher Education, 2021
The "college for all" ethos pervasive in American education, combined with open admission policies at community colleges, has allowed academically underprepared students to persist from high school to college. We ask: how do college advisors help academically underprepared students navigate decisions about their careers and upcoming…
Descriptors: Faculty Advisers, College Readiness, Academic Advising, Educational Policy
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Cain, Timothy Reese; Hevel, Michael S. – Review of Higher Education, 2021
This article uses document-based historical methods to provide a history of the founding, legal victories, and legacy of the Committee on Gay Education (CGE) at the University of Georgia. Organized in November 1971, CGE twice successfully sued university administrators to attain the rights that other campus student groups were routinely granted.…
Descriptors: LGBTQ People, Student Costs, College Students, Educational Legislation
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Liu, Vivian Yuen Ting – Review of Higher Education, 2021
Despite the attention paid to two- to four-year transfer in college, much less is known about four- to two-year transfer. This study finds that 17 percent of four-year beginning students transfer to a two-year college within six years. Using eight years of state administrative data and the distance to two-year colleges as an instrumental variable,…
Descriptors: Reverse Transfer Students, Graduation, Education Work Relationship, Employment
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Shalka, Tricia R. – Review of Higher Education, 2021
The purpose of this hermeneutic and post-intentional phenomenological study was to explore spatial dimensions of the experiences of college student survivors of trauma. Specifically, this study unearthed how individual traumatic experiences traveled through campus environments and what this meant for survivors' lived experiences as college…
Descriptors: Trauma, Phenomenology, Educational Experience, Hermeneutics
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Kezar, Adrianna – Review of Higher Education, 2021
This study examined the role of the Association of American Universities as a prestigious intermediary organization in scaling evidence-based teaching practices and explored whether and how the organization's identity shaped its potential for creating change. Interviewees most frequently identified networks and external supports/recognition as…
Descriptors: Institutional Characteristics, Organizations (Groups), Higher Education, Institutional Role
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O'Meara, KerryAnn – Review of Higher Education, 2021
Discretion and faculty exercise of judgment in discretionary spaces are pervasive and essential to full participation. Through everyday engagement with policies, practices, and routines, faculty are in an ideal position to see and address equity issues. However, because discretion can be enacted in ways that reproduce racialized organizations, and…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Teacher Attitudes, Evaluative Thinking, Value Judgment
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Irwin, Lauren N.; Foste, Zak – Review of Higher Education, 2021
We argue that traditional service-learning programs commodify People of Color for the benefit of white people and white-serving institutions. First, we use racial capitalism, white normativity, and race frames to deconstruct service-learning programs. We offer three critiques of what we term "white-serving service-learning": (1) race and…
Descriptors: Service Learning, Racial Bias, Social Systems, Individual Differences
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