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.