Retention

The Influence of Learning Communities on First-Generation College Student Persistence & Success
Dr. Brett Bruner, Director of Transition & Student Conduct
w/ Kaylie Towles, Texas A & M University
Learning Communities Association Webinar, November 2017

The Influence of Learning Communities on First Generation College Student Persistence & Success

 

The Power of Collaboration
Dr. Brett Bruner, Director of Transition & Student Conduct
NODA: Association for Orientation, Transition & Retention in Higher Education Retention Symposium
Louisville, KY, November 2017


Using Adult Learning Theories to Support Student Success
Dr. Brett Bruner, Director of Transition & Student Conduct
Dr. Keegan Nichols, Arkansas Tech University
Midwest Partners for Student Success Conference
Hot Springs, AR, October 2017

Using Adult Learning Theories to Support Student Success

Developing a Support Strategy for First-Generation College Student Retention
Brett Bruner, Director of Transition & Student Conduct
w/ Missy Wikle, Oklahoma State University
NODA: Association for Orientation, Transition & Retention in Higher Education Annual Conference
Indianapolis, IN, November 2016

Learning Communities: Integrating the Curricular & Co-Curricular Environments
Maureen Duffy, Graduate Assistant for New Student & Family Programs
John Gettemeyer, Graduate Assistant for Extended Orientation & Transfer Initiatives
Kansas State Affairs Conference
Manhattan, KS, October 2016

Learning Communities: Integrating the Curricular & Co-Curricular Environments


Supporting the Science, Technology & Engineering & Mathematics Student In the Transition & Retention Nebuloe
John Gettemeyer, Graduate Assistant for Extended Orientation & Transition Initiatives
Landon Younger, Student Director for Tiger Impact Fall Orientation Weekend
w/Tara Stone, Missouri University of Science & Technology
NODA Region IV Conference
Tulsa, OK, February 2016


Transition & Retention: The Impact of Gender-Based Violence
Holly Weiss, Graduate Assistant for Learning Communities & Student Life
NODA Annual Conference
Denver, CO, October 2015


Appropriate Student Feedback & Involvement: Methods for Improving Persistence through First Year Experience Programs
Vince Bowhay, Assistant Director, Memorial Union
NODA Annual Conference
Denver, CO, October 2015

Responding to Legislative Mandates in Creating an Innovative Individualized Student Transition Plan
Brett Bruner, Director of Persistence & Retention
Eric Wilson, Graduate Assistant for Persistence & Retention
NODA: Association for Orientation, Transition & Retention in Higher Education Annual Conference
Orlando, FL, November 2014

Responding to Legislative Mandates in Creating an Innovative Individualized StudentTransition Plan


Utilizing Technologies for Retention
Brett Bruner, Director of Persistence & Retention
Eric Wilson, Graduate Assistant for Persistence & Retention
Alyssa Mustard, Graduate Assistant for Family & Transfer Engagement
NODA: Association for Orientation, Transition & Retention Annual Conference
Orlando, FL, November 2014

 

First Year Learning Communities as a Transition & Retention Strategy
Brett Bruner, Director of Persistence & Retention
Alma Hidalgo, Graduate Assistant for Student Programs
Kansas Student Affairs Conference
Lawrence, KS, October 2014

First Year Learning Communities as a Transition and Retention Strategy

Student Success Plan? An Innovative Tool in Your Retention Tool-Kit!
Joey Linn, Associate Vice President for Student Affairs/Registrar
Tricia Cline, Director of Admissions
National ACT Enrollment Planners Conference, Chicago, IL, July 2014
KACRAO Conference, Lawrence, KS, September 2014

 

Utilizing Technologies in Retention
Brett Bruner, Director of Persistence & Retention
w/Eric Wilson, Graduate Assistant for Persistence & Retention
Cristal Navarro, First Year Experience Student Coordinator
NODA: 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 Marginalization
Roger Schieferecke, Associate Director for Student 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 Professional
Brett Bruner, Director of Persistence & Retention
w/Bonnie Dahlke, Valparaiso University & Molly Dugan, Xavier University
National Orientation Directors Association Annual Conference, Las Vegas, NV, October 2012

 

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