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African American Students' Perceptions Of Academic Advising Support Services At A California University, Yolanda Marie Anglin 2024 Walden University

African American Students' Perceptions Of Academic Advising Support Services At A California University, Yolanda Marie Anglin

Walden Dissertations and Doctoral Studies

No abstract provided.


The Minutes Of The Marshall University Graduate Council Meeting, January 26, 2024, Marshall University Graduate Council 2024 Marshall University

The Minutes Of The Marshall University Graduate Council Meeting, January 26, 2024, Marshall University Graduate Council

Graduate Council Minutes

No abstract provided.


20240131: Marshall University Plane Crash Materials, 1970-1971, Marshall University Plane Crash 2024 Marshall University

20240131: Marshall University Plane Crash Materials, 1970-1971, Marshall University Plane Crash

Guides to University Archives

Items from this collection are technically from the College of Business (from collection 20240123) but were pulled and placed into its own collection due to the subject matter of this collection. Items from this collection contain materials from or about the Marshall University Plane Crash tragedy. Materials include travel expenses for administrators attending the funerals of the 75, Parthenon issues, a team photo from the 1970 football team, and a November 14, 1990 issue of the Parthenon (20 years later). Please download the inventory for a full list of materials.


20081104: Marshall Artist Series Programs, 1937-2002, Marshall Artist Series 2024 Marshall University

20081104: Marshall Artist Series Programs, 1937-2002, Marshall Artist Series

Guides to University Archives

These items include materials from the office of the Artist Series at Marshall University from 1937-2002. Items were received in 2008 and include notable materials from or about program brochures the Artist Series produced. This is not an exhaustive list. Please download the finding aid for a full list of contents.


20240123: College Of Business, 1990-2023, College of Business 2024 Marshall University

20240123: College Of Business, 1990-2023, College Of Business

Guides to University Archives

These items include materials from the College of Business at Marshall from 1990-2023. Items were received in 2024 and include notable materials from the MU LCOB Hall of Fame induction Ceremonies, Commencements as it pertains to the COB, and photographs of reunions and other events. Please download the inventory for a full scope of what is included in this collection.


Revised Aba Standard 303: Curricular, Pedagogical, And Substantive Questions, Steven W. Bender 2024 Seattle University School of Law

Revised Aba Standard 303: Curricular, Pedagogical, And Substantive Questions, Steven W. Bender

Seattle University Law Review SUpra

ABA accreditation standards now require law schools to provide education and training on racism, bias, and cross-cultural competence. This seemingly straightforward mandate raises numerous questions as schools plan for and implement compliance. Here, I articulate and approach these compliance questions using insights drawn from critical theory—which supplies helpful guidance for responses and ultimately antiracism legal education that is more than minimalist. Armed with critical insights, lawyers are better equipped to contribute to the struggle to eradicate systemic social ills in law and society.


20240108: Intercultural Affairs, 1990-1997, Intercultural Affairs 2024 Marshall University

20240108: Intercultural Affairs, 1990-1997, Intercultural Affairs

Guides to University Archives

These items include materials from the department of Intercultural Affairs (formally Multicultural Affairs) at Marshall University from 1990-1997. Items were received in prior to 1998 but were accessioned in 2024. Items include strategic planning documents about the department. Please download the finding aid for a full list of contents.


20240105: Athletic Player Files List, 1951-2011, Athletics 2024 Marshall University

20240105: Athletic Player Files List, 1951-2011, Athletics

Guides to University Archives

These items include materials from the Department of Athletics at Marshall University from 1951-2011. Items were received sometime prior to 2013. This is a list of each athletic member across all sports that we have information for. Information within the folders could be as little as one headshot, a single piece of paper, or their athletic profile application. Please download the finding aid for a full list of contents in this specific collection.


Wmu Board Of Trustees Formal Session January 25, 2024, WMU Board of Trustees 2024 Western Michigan University

Wmu Board Of Trustees Formal Session January 25, 2024, Wmu Board Of Trustees

WMU Board of Trustees Meetings

  • Acceptance of the Agenda
  • Approval of the Minutes
    • November 30, 2023 – BOT Meeting
    • December 14, 2024 – BOT Special Meeting
  • Remarks by the Chair
  • Remarks by the President
  • Updates by the Faculty Senate President
  • Updates by the Western Student Association President
  • Western Michigan University Employee Graduates
  • Haenicke Institute for Global Education Presentation: Journey from Graduate Student to Assistant Professor
  • Public Comments Regarding Action Items

Action Items

2024 Western Michigan University Board of Trustee Officer Election

Delegated Authority to Confer Degrees

Consent Items

Curriculum Proposals

Personnel Report

  • General Public Comments

Supplemental


Stereotypes Of A Black Man Misunderstood: The Experiences And Development Of Black Men With Bipolar Disorder On College Campuses, Gerron Scott 2024 Virginia Commonwealth University

Stereotypes Of A Black Man Misunderstood: The Experiences And Development Of Black Men With Bipolar Disorder On College Campuses, Gerron Scott

Theses and Dissertations

Black men graduate from universities at a lower rate compared to other groups. Students with disabilities also graduate at a lower rate. When the two groups intersect, the results can be disastrous. Black men with bipolar disorder face a host of problems on college campuses. From a lack of sense of belonging to trouble in class, they struggle to stay afloat in college. The purpose of this study was to document the experiences and development of Black men with bipolar disorder on college campuses. A grounded theory approach was used in this study. Grounded theory was chosen because it leads …


The Co-Curriculum Of College Student Employment: Perspectives From Supervising Practitioners, Brittany Begley Wildman 2024 University of Kentucky

The Co-Curriculum Of College Student Employment: Perspectives From Supervising Practitioners, Brittany Begley Wildman

Theses and Dissertations--Educational Policy Studies and Evaluation

College student employees are not only serving the overall mission of their institutions, but also developing career readiness skills through daily interactions while at work. In this study, I explore the perceptions of the supervisors of student employees as both managers and student affairs professionals. Through one-on-one interviews with supervisors, discussing their interactions with students, I explore the implicit and explicit curricula they provide to their students using a curriculum analysis framework. I then compare the resulting learning outcomes against those identified in industry standards. The supervisors described supporting student employees' personal development during the student employment experience as well …


Early Identification Of Students At Academic Risk Based On Learning Management System Log Data, Roger Sheng So 2024 Saint John's University, Jamaica New York

Early Identification Of Students At Academic Risk Based On Learning Management System Log Data, Roger Sheng So

Theses and Dissertations

Understanding student engagement with the institution from the first day of classes to the end of the semester would help inform the institution of the potential risk that a student will drop out of a class or of the school. Learning Management Systems (LMS) record student interactions with the system and might be able to be used to identify students who are at academic risk. The scope of this study is to retrospectively analyze first-year student activity for the Spring 2022 semester for early warning signs worthy of intervention. A student risk assessment will be determined by reviewing student LMS …


The Transparency Problem In Higher Education Administration: Using A Grounded Theory To Create A Model For Rebuilding Trust, Linda Romano 2024 Saint John's University, Jamaica New York

The Transparency Problem In Higher Education Administration: Using A Grounded Theory To Create A Model For Rebuilding Trust, Linda Romano

Theses and Dissertations

Tuition-dependent higher education institutions face myriad external and internal challenges, including waning public confidence, demographic shifts, systemic sluggishness, and reduced workforces. Research on higher education administration tends to focus on senior-level leaders, with the operational experience of rank-and-file administrators largely absent from scholarly inquiry. This research endeavors to address the gaps in research by centering the experiences of entry and mid-level non-unionized administrators at tuition-dependent institutions. Guided by systems theory and using Kathy Charmaz’s Constructivist Grounded Theory methodological approach, this research presents a grounded theory of broken trust and a foundational pipeline model to mitigate this breakdown in trust and …


An Examination Of The Predictors Of Vocational Calling In First-Generation College Students, Rodney Palmer 2024 Andrews University

An Examination Of The Predictors Of Vocational Calling In First-Generation College Students, Rodney Palmer

Dissertations

Problem

Several studies have examined the prediction of calling in college students, but no known study has focused primarily on the development of vocational calling among the vulnerable population of first-generation college students who have a higher drop-out rate than their peers. Examining the composition of vocational calling in first-generation college students, will assist faculty and student development personnel in better understanding the factors that predict a sense of calling for these students, which will improve their overall performance. This study will examine to what extent a sense of vocational calling is predicted by student mentoring, social support, faith/spirituality, civic …


The Relationship Between Participation In A Student Success Course And The Retention Rate And Academic Success Of First-Year Freshmen At A Historically Black University, Madeline Martinez 2024 Andrews University

The Relationship Between Participation In A Student Success Course And The Retention Rate And Academic Success Of First-Year Freshmen At A Historically Black University, Madeline Martinez

Dissertations

Problem

Amongst the highest at-risk student populations are minority students (students of color), first-generation college students, students from low-socioeconomic status, students experiencing financial challenges, and those who enter college academically underprepared. Furthermore, studies have found a significant gap in the educational achievement of African Americans in comparison to other peer groups. Closing this achievement gap requires educators to take a closer look at the complex concept of student retention and understand the variables and factors associated with students’ successful outcomes from both an individual and institutional perspective. An in-depth examination of the effectiveness of strategies specifically designed for the retention …


The Department Chair’S Role In Fostering Equity: Faculty Evaluation, Susan Morgan, Lynn Bartels 2024 Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

The Department Chair’S Role In Fostering Equity: Faculty Evaluation, Susan Morgan, Lynn Bartels

SIUE Faculty Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity

No abstract provided.


Becoming Transfer Friendly: Evaluating Four-Year Higher Education Institution Strategies To Support Community College Transfer Student Success, Aarti V. Dhupelia 2024 National Louis University

Becoming Transfer Friendly: Evaluating Four-Year Higher Education Institution Strategies To Support Community College Transfer Student Success, Aarti V. Dhupelia

Dissertations

Four-year higher education institutions (HEIs) nationwide must become more transfer friendly so that more community college transfer (CCT) students persist and complete their bachelor’s degrees, as a path to more students’ economic mobility and to equity across communities. This study aims to provide learnings to support achievement of this imperative. The research question studied here is: What is the relationship between community college transfer (CCT) student support strategies at a four-year higher education institution (HEI) and the first-to-second-year retention of CCT students at their four-year HEI? Through quantitative analysis of a broad set of variables’ ability to predict student retention …


The University Education Model Collection 2024: “A University Way Of Being”, Fionnuala Darby, Shaun Ferns, Barry J. Ryan 2024 Technological University Dublin

The University Education Model Collection 2024: “A University Way Of Being”, Fionnuala Darby, Shaun Ferns, Barry J. Ryan

Group Reports

The University Education Model (UEM) revolutionises our approach to education; this approach is grounded in transformative learning opportunities and experiences for all. The UEM is central to the TU Dublin Strategic Intent, which itself is informed by the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and in the case of the UEM, SDG 4 Quality Education. Embedding the UEM into our practice, processes and culture will empower TU Dublin to cater for the largest number of diverse learners, producing the most sought after, digitally literate, graduates.

The central focus of UEM are our learners, grounded in the three components that comprise the …


Older And Wiser? Relative Age And College Course Failure, P. Wesley Routon, Jay K. Walker 2024 Georgia Gwinnett College

Older And Wiser? Relative Age And College Course Failure, P. Wesley Routon, Jay K. Walker

Economics Faculty Publications

A student's relative age in their schooling cohort has been shown related to several measures of academic and labor market success. Here, we focus on a singular outcome: the probability of college course failure. Even within a sample constrained to students with traditional academic progression and who completed their college degree program, we find evidence relatively younger students were more likely to fail courses. The estimated impact is larger for males, minorities, and those with less academic success before college. Statistical significance remains constant across the parental income distribution. Students within the sample represent over 600 colleges and universities across …


The Experiences Of Women College Presidents While Leading Through An Institutional Crisis: The Perceived Successes And Failures Of Crisis Communication Strategies, Madison Marie Speck 2024 West Virginia University

The Experiences Of Women College Presidents While Leading Through An Institutional Crisis: The Perceived Successes And Failures Of Crisis Communication Strategies, Madison Marie Speck

Graduate Theses, Dissertations, and Problem Reports

This multi-site case study explored the uncommonly discussed yet organic intersection between the study of crisis communication and the study of crisis leadership and in turn, what it means in the context of a college presidency. This study has a unique focus on women presidents at small, private colleges and the ways in which they communicate with various stakeholders during a crisis environment. The research is guided by Boin’s Model of Crisis Leadership which guides and assesses crisis leadership performance; however this study introduces nuances to the framework that are suggested as a result of the findings; most of which …


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