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"If You Build Them Up, They Will Stay": The Role Of Recognition And Feedback On Student Retention, James R. Jones Oct 2000

"If You Build Them Up, They Will Stay": The Role Of Recognition And Feedback On Student Retention, James R. Jones

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While such stratagems are certainly well founded, and have achieved varying degrees of success, it may be that a more fundamentally vital area of examination is being largely overlooked, namely the impact of the high school experience. One of the critical problems facing many institutions of higher learning is that of student retention. While this issue is an important one to address across the entire student population, it has become particularly acute as relates to "minority" pupils. Accordingly, many colleges and universities have developed strategies to try to arrest enrollment attrition. These strategies typically include such mechanisms as tracking programs ...


Spr Bulletin, Spring 2000, Uno Office Of Research And Creative Activity May 2000

Spr Bulletin, Spring 2000, Uno Office Of Research And Creative Activity

Sponsored Programs Bulletins

This bulletin features: Bulletin Board; New Graduate Assistant in SPR; Web Site Directory; SPR Summer Hours; and Recent Grant Recipients.


Spr Bulletin, Fall 1999, Uno Office Of Research And Creative Activity Jan 2000

Spr Bulletin, Fall 1999, Uno Office Of Research And Creative Activity

Sponsored Programs Bulletins

This bulletin features: Upcoming Events; and Recent Grant Recipients.


Services Report Fy 2000, Uno Office Of Research And Creative Activity Jan 2000

Services Report Fy 2000, Uno Office Of Research And Creative Activity

Services Reports

This Service Report features: Information about The Office of Sponsored Programs and Research; Submissions by College/Unit, FY1998-2000; and UNOmaha FY2000 External Grant Awards.