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Roksa, Josipa; Silver, Blake R. – Review of Higher Education, 2019
How do students engage with the multitude of services and resources offered by their institutions? Our findings, based on interviews with 62 college seniors, indicate that in the context of ample opportunities and limited guidance, students rarely make use of institutional resources.Instead, continuing-generation students turn to family resources,…
Descriptors: Family Programs, Higher Education, College Seniors, Learner Engagement
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Parker, Tara L.; Neville, Kathleen M. – Review of Higher Education, 2019
Due to the underrepresentation of African American teachers and college faculty, students have limited to no interaction with Blacks as authority figures in the classroom. When White students in particular face African American faculty in class, they often exhibit negative attitudes and inappropriate behavior. Using racial identity development and…
Descriptors: Racial Identification, African American Teachers, Teacher Student Relationship, Student Attitudes
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Kim, Jeongeun; Shim, Woo-jeong – Review of Higher Education, 2019
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the validity of college rankings, by investigating to what extent measurements employed by rankings are good proxies for evaluating educational practices at liberal arts colleges. Using a hierarchical linear modeling with data from the Wabash National Study of Liberal Arts Education, Integrated…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Achievement Rating, Institutional Characteristics, Reputation
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Mu, Lanlan; Fosnacht, Kevin – Review of Higher Education, 2019
Using survey data from 156 bachelor's-granting institutions, this study explored the relationship between academic advising services and seniors' grades and self-perceived gains. We found advising experiences has a positive relationship with students' grades and self-perceived gains. In addition, our results indicate that the institutional…
Descriptors: Academic Advising, College Seniors, Grades (Scholastic), Academic Achievement
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Stupnisky, Robert H.; Hall, Nathan C.; Pekrun, Reinhard – Review of Higher Education, 2019
The current mixed-method study examined the emotions experienced by pretenure faculty regarding teaching and research, specifically their emotion frequency, antecedents, and relationships with perceived success. Interviews with 11 faculty identified 46 discrete emotions with the most common being enjoyment, frustration, excitement, happiness, and…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Nontenured Faculty, Success, Psychological Patterns
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Zhang, Hong; Kmec, Julie A.; Byington, Tori – Review of Higher Education, 2019
We investigated the extent to which dual-career academics' job related decisions considered the career of their partner with close attention to the relevance of gender in the process. Analyses using survey data from faculty in seven U.S. universities found that among those recruited to the university first (primary recruits), women who perceived…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Gender Differences, Faculty Mobility, Decision Making
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Clayton, Ashley B. – Review of Higher Education, 2019
This multiple case study examined the experiences and practices of college advising professionals from several in-school models to help inform future policy on college advising in public high schools. The experiences of the college advising professionals were unique to the college advising initiative and high school context where the professional…
Descriptors: Academic Advising, College Choice, Faculty Advisers, Public Schools
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Bensimon, Estela Mara; Dowd, Alicia C.; Stanton-Salazar, Ricardo; Dávila, Brianne A. – Review of Higher Education, 2019
Case study results featuring four Latinx STEM faculty members illustrate the forms of institutional support professors can provide to increase the number of Latinx students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields. The findings highlight three areas of university faculty agency to integrate Latinx students into the…
Descriptors: College Faculty, STEM Education, College Students, Hispanic American Students
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Wladis, Claire; Mesa, Vilma – Review of Higher Education, 2019
Although the majority of college freshmen enroll at community colleges, very few research studies focus on this context. In addition, what research does exist often overlooks important practitioner concerns, such as instruction. In this article we argue that supporting generalizable education research conducted by community college practitioners…
Descriptors: Community Colleges, Educational Research, Generalization, Generalizability Theory
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Benenson, Jodi; Bergom, Inger – Review of Higher Education, 2019
Using data from the National Study of Learning, Voting, and Engagement, this study examined the relationship between student and institutional characteristics and college student voting in the 2012 U.S. general election, and how this relationship varied by socioeconomic status (SES). After controlling for several student- and institution-level…
Descriptors: Voting, Citizen Participation, Socioeconomic Status, Institutional Characteristics
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Main, Joyce B.; Prenovitz, Sarah; Ehrenberg, Ronald G. – Review of Higher Education, 2019
Using the life course perspective to examine the longer-term career patterns of more than 5,000 humanities and humanistic social sciences PhDs, this study illustrates the multiple pathways to the professoriate and the importance of academic aspirations and linked lives in career trajectories. Marital status and having young dependents in the…
Descriptors: Job Satisfaction, College Faculty, Tenure, Doctoral Degrees
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Drake, Anna; Struve, Laura; Meghani, Sana Ali; Bukoski, Beth – Review of Higher Education, 2019
Applying O'Meara, Campbell, and Terosky's (2011) faculty agency framework, this qualitative case study examined full-time, non-tenure-track faculty (FTNTTF) members' perceptions of their agency at an elite public research university. Participants experienced greater agency over time and in the classroom, but felt their agency was constrained by…
Descriptors: Nontenured Faculty, Research Universities, College Faculty, Teacher Attitudes
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Kimball, Ezekiel; Friedensen, Rachel E. – Review of Higher Education, 2019
In this study, we utilized discourse analysis to examine past ASHE Presidential Addresses. Study findings highlight recurrent themes related to: the way that agency is assigned to various higher education actors (e.g., undergraduate students, faculty members); appropriate research topics and approaches; and higher education as a distinctive field…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Educational Research, Discourse Analysis, Professional Associations
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Cintina, Inna; Kana'iaupuni, Shawn Malia – Review of Higher Education, 2019
We examine GPA and timely graduation among Native Hawaiian (NH) students using a unique dataset of bachelor degree recipients from the University of Hawai'i. Our findings indicate that NHs have lower average GPA at graduation and the differences persist across the entire distribution of GPA. More troubling were the larger differences in GPA…
Descriptors: Hawaiians, STEM Education, College Students, Time to Degree
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Gopaul, Bryan – Review of Higher Education, 2019
Research on doctoral education has grown over the last 25 years, with interests in socialization, time to degree, attrition, and supervisor relations. This research aims to shift the focus on how cumulative advantage (i.e., the Matthew Effect) operates in doctoral education. This qualitative study of fifteen doctoral students revealed that earning…
Descriptors: Graduate Study, Graduate Students, Educational Benefits, Scholarships
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