The Latest Review of Higher Education: We’re in It!

The Latest Review of Higher Education: We’re in It!

We are proud to announce that two articles in the Winter 2017 issue of The Review of Higher Education feature researchers who work with projects here in the Center for Postsecondary Research.

In their piece titled “How Important are High Response Rates for College Surveys?,” NSSE analyst Kevin Fosnacht, assistant director for survey operations and project services Shimon Sarraf, and doctoral candidates in the Indiana University HESA program Elijah Howe and Leah Peck explore the importance of high response rates using data from the 2010-2012 NSSE administrations.

Samuel Museus, associate professor in the IU HESA program and Director of the Culturally Engaging Campus Environments project, is joined by University of Denver doctoral student Varaxy Yi and IU doctoral student Natasha Saelua on “The Impact of  Culturally Engaging Campus Environments on Sense of Belonging” in which they describe the CECE Model of college success and analyze results from the new CECE survey.

Read the full text of each article here.