|Faculty Beliefs, Level of Understanding, and Reported Actions Regarding Academic Integrity
||Academic integrity within higher education has been extensively studied nationally and internationally for the past several years (Aaron & Georgia, 1994; Bower, 1964; Diekhoff, LaBeff, Shinohara, & Yasukawa, 1999; Kibler & Kibler, 1993; Lupton, Chapm...
|Dual Credit/Concurrent Enrollment Initiatives: A Study of Influences on Students' Postsecondary Decisions
||This study focused on three major areas of influence on students' postsecondary decisions as related to the DCCE initiatives: the knowledge-base of the students and their advisors, the college enrollment aspirations for the students, and the students...
|Three case studies of three high school teachers' definitions, beliefs, and implementation practices of inquiry-based science method including barriers to and facilitators of successful implementation
||"This study involved three teachers in various stages of implementation of inquiry-based science method. The cases were chosen because one participant was a novice in using inquiry-based science method, one participant was in her second year of imple...
|The American college president : a study of HBCU and non-HBCU college presidents
|| "Higher education institutions face an environment that is increasingly multicultural. However the presidency continues to be dominated by Anglo-European males (89.3%) as reported by the American Council on Education (ACE). Since the position of pre...
|Perceptions and reactions to career barriers among women in executive leadership roles in community colleges
||"The purpose of this study was to examine the factors that cause women in community college executive leadership positions to detour from their original career plans. It looked at how women leaders in community colleges responded emotionally, cogniti...
|Understanding graduate student constructs for finding meaning in the advising experience : a qualitative case study of incoming master's of social work students
||"The purpose of this study was to uncover the mental constructs (i.e. the effects of prior learning experiences that yield anticipations for the advising process) that master's level social work students bring to the academic advising process and how...
|Upward reclassification of intercollegiate athletic departments to Division I : a case study approach
||"The purpose of this research was to describe the process of reclassifying an athletic department to Division I and its impact on the institution and its stakeholders. The study focused on the process of reclassification, the context in which the rec...