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Writings from the margins: An examination of voice, presence, and agency
Empowering individuals to feel that their voices are heard, their presence matters and that they have agency in addressing campus issues is an important part of creating an inclusive campus climate in higher education. ...
Undergraduate Student Perspectives on Parent Involvement: Experiences Beyond the First Year
Over the past two decades, the level of parent involvement on college campuses has increased (Janosik, 2004; Merriman, 2008; Wartman & Savage, 2008; Wolf, Sax, & Harper, 2009). The purpose of the qualitative study is to ...
Parent Involvement and Student Retention: The Role of Orientation Programs
Parent Involvement and Student Retention: The Role of Orientation ProgramsABSTRACT by KELLIE ANN MURPHY, Ph.D.Washington State University April, 2014Chair: Kelly A. WardThe increasing numbers of incoming student orientation ...
Faculty Attitudes toward Assessment
Within the field of undergraduate program assessment, anecdotal evidence abounds about negative faculty attitudes. Regardless of the common wisdom, there is little research that corroborates these reports. If reports are ...
Shared Governance in the Community College: An Analysis of Formal Authority in Collective Bargaining Agreements
This qualitative study examines shared governance in Washington State's community and technical colleges and provides an analysis of faculty participation in governance based on formal authority in collective bargaining ...