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UtilizingTechnologies in RetentionBrett Bruner, Director of Persistence & Retentionw/Randy Flowers, Baker UniversityNODA: Association for Orientation, Transition & Retention in Higher Education Region IV Conference, Houston, TX, February 2014
Utilizing Technologies for Retention
Helping Males Succeed in College: Male's Experiences of Mattering and MarginalizationRoger Schieferecke, Associate Director for Stuent Services, KAMS & Card, K.A. (2013)The College Student Affairs Journal. 31, (2).
Abstract:Perceptions of mattering and marginalization are significant to the male experience of college. Quantitative studies regarding the gap between women's and men's achievements in education are common in research. However, there are fewer qualitative studies focusing on male college students' experiences. This qualitative study investigates 21 male students' perceptions of mattering and marginalization during their college experience at a research university in the Great Plains, where the majority of students were women.
Orientation, Transition, & Retention: The Many Hats of the Small College ProfessionalBrett Bruner, Director of Persistence & Retentionw/Bonnie Dahlke, Valparaiso University & Molly Dugan, Xavier UniversityNational Orientation Directors Association Annual Conference, Las Vegas, NV, October 2012
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