Between Faculty Goals and Student Gains: An Institution’s Role in Culturally Inclusive Practices

Between Faculty Goals and Student Gains: An Institution’s Role in Culturally Inclusive Practices

Sarah Hurtado and Berenice Sanchez – Over the last few decades, diversity courses have proliferated at colleges and universities across the country, stemming from the vast amount of research pointing to the benefits of culturally inclusive content and pedagogy on student outcomes. Concurrently, institutions continue to receive criticism for their inability to promote inclusivity and equity, which has been highlighted in countless cases of minoritized […]

#STLHE 2018 and AAC&U HIP Conference Presentations

#STLHE 2018 and AAC&U HIP Conference Presentations

It’s another busy week for NSSE and FSSE researchers! You can catch folks from the Center for Postsecondary Research speaking about inclusive teaching and learning practices and high-impact practices in the coming days. See below for more details on where to find us! #STLHE Heading to the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Meeting in Sherbrooke, Quebec? Be sure to catch Jillian Kinzie […]

How Faculty Spend Their Time Relates to Teaching Practices

How Faculty Spend Their Time Relates to Teaching Practices

Joe Strickland, Bridget Yuhas, Kyle Fassett — At the American Educational Research Association annual meeting in New York City this past April, we presented a paper, along with co-authors Allison BrckaLorenz and Thomas Nelson Laird, at a roundtable titled: Faculty types and effective teaching: A cautionary exploration of how faculty spend their time. This study incorporated responses from approximately 16,000 faculty members, employed at bachelor’s-granting […]

Research Presentations at #CLDE18, ICED, and #SAARC2018

Research Presentations at #CLDE18, ICED, and #SAARC2018

Center for Postsecondary Research staff are busy getting the word out about our work at THREE conferences this week. See below for details on the Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement meeting, the International Consortium for Educational Development, and the Student Affairs Assessment and Research Conference. #CLDE18 NSSE researcher Brendan Dugan and Dr. Demetri Morgan (Loyola University, Chicago) will share results from their analysis of student […]