Engagement Findings Vary for First-Generation and Students of Color

Engagement Findings Vary for First-Generation and Students of Color

Angie Miller — Students have diverse sets of identities, and these can influence their educational experiences in a variety of ways.  Previous NSSE Annual Results have explored some of these differences, and we revisited a few for the 2017 Annual Results as well. There are gaps in HIP participation for first-generation students.  Although the rates vary by institutional type, with students at baccalaureate colleges having […]

New Insights into Undergraduate Engagement: NSSE Annual Results

New Insights into Undergraduate Engagement: NSSE Annual Results

Allison BrckaLorenz — For most of U.S. higher education’s history, access to college was largely limited to White and male students from the upper rungs of the socioeconomic ladder. However, the last half-century has witnessed considerable expansion of higher education opportunities for women, historically underrepresented racial/ethnic groups, and students from modest socioeconomic backgrounds, and more recent years have seen a growing acceptance of other forms […]

Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Student Engagement May Increase Sense of Cultural Validation

Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Student Engagement May Increase Sense of Cultural Validation

Natasha Saelua — The Pacific Islands and its indigenous people have a long, entangled history with the United States. Ask any American what they know about the Pacific, and invariably, people think of:

2017 NAGC Conference Presentation

2017 NAGC Conference Presentation

Join NSSE and SNAAP researcher Angie Miller at the upcoming National Association for Gifted Children’s annual meeting in Charlotte, NC as she shares her research on arts students’ satisfaction with their alma maters. Browse the conference schedule here, and read the abstract for this session below: Friday, November 10 Miller, A. 3:45 – 4:45 p.m. Exhibit Hall Roundtable 3. “Artistically Gifted Alumni Paint a Picture […]