2016 ASHE Presentations

2016 ASHE Presentations

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. Find individual presentations or discussion sessions, as well as abstracts, here.

  • Wheatle, K. & BrckaLorenz, A. Thursday, November 10, 1:30-2:45. Examining student-faculty interaction among Black/African American female undergraduates: An in depth analysis of NSSE 2008-2012 data.
  • Fosnacht, K., McCormick, A. C., & Lerma, R. Thursday, November 10, 3-4:15. First-Year Students’ Time Use in College: A Latent Profile Analysis.
  • Calderone, S. & Fosnacht, K. Thursday, November 10, 4:30-5:45. The role of social trust in the construction of borrowing perceptions and financial stress.
  • Kinzie, Jillian. Friday, November 11, 4:45-6:00. Multiple HIPs and Integrated Learning: Considerations for Equity and Quality.
  • Fosnacht, K. & Zilvinskis, J. Saturday, November 12, 3:15-4:30. Employing quasi-experimental methods to relate first-year student participation in research with faculty to desired outcomes.