Allison BrckaLorenz and Sarah Hurtado — Feelings of safety and belonging in a college community are important to students’ well-being and ability to learn. More than 13,000 first-year and senior students from 34 bachelor’s degree-granting institutions answered questions about their feelings of safety and belonging at their institution. Although the majority felt physically safe and comfortable being themselves at their institution, perceptions varied among demographic […]
Angie Miller, Amber Dumford, Sally Gaskill, Rebecca Houghton, and Steven Tepper — Previous research from the Strategic National Arts Alumni Project (SNAAP) suggests that while many arts alumni have entrepreneurial career paths, they may not be learning the much-needed accompanying business and financial skills during their undergraduate careers. As part of a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, the researchers developed the NSSE […]
NSSE Analysts Shimon Sarraf and Jim Cole will discuss ways to improve the quality of survey data during the Monday 3:50 p.m. session at this year’s North East Association for Institutional Research conference in Baltimore, MD, Nov. 12-15.
NSSE researchers will present findings from their work at five sessions during the 2016 ASHE conference, Higher Education and the Public Good, in Columbus, OH, Nov. 9-12. Catch their talks regarding identity, student engagement with faculty, financial stress, and student time use in college.
NSSE staff will discuss their research at the upcoming POD conference, Transformative Relationships: Fostering Cultures of Deep Learning, in Louisville, KY, Nov. 9-13. Rong (Lotus) Wang and Allison BrckaLorenz will share their work on strategies for effective teaching of international students during the Friday 9:00 a.m. session.
NSSE analyst Angie Miller will share her work at this year’s NAGC Annual Convention, to be held in Orlando, FL, from Nov. 3- 6. Her two research presentations focus on arts majors’ career plans and confidence in various skills and learning outcomes, and benefits to learning strategies for high-achieving students attending Honors Colleges at the Saturday 12:00 p.m. and 3:45 p.m. sessions, respectively.
NSSE researchers Allison BrckaLorenz, Jim Cole, and Rong (Lotus) Wang will discuss their research at 2016 AAC&U Transforming Undergraduate STEM Education conference in Boston. Catch the discussion, “A Comparison of STEM Students’ Expectations for Engagement and Faculty Teaching Practices,” during the Friday, Nov. 4th 10:30am concurrent session.