Gonzalez, Laura

UNCG

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Virtually absent: searching for journalism and mass communication deans of color 2018 266 Journalism and mass communication (JMC) administrators lead unique academic programs because many of their graduates will have a direct impact on the way countless members of society view themselves and their neighbors. This study’s purposes are to a...
Microaggressions, sense of belonging, and sexual identity development among LGBQ students: a moderation analysis 2018 125 The difficulties that lesbian, gay, bisexual, and/or queer (LGBQ) students face on college campuses often keeps them from feeling safe. This lack of safety hinders them from resolving higher level needs, including a sense of belonging—defined as a “s...
A longitudinal examination of structural environments within U.S. college and university leadership development programs 2018 47 This study sought to examine the structural elements of leadership development programs (LDPs) within U.S. colleges and universities. Much research has been written describing individual student effects of LDPs, however there has been a dearth of lit...
An analysis of differences in noncognitive factors of college readiness of students before and after participation in a university summer bridge program 2018 184 The complexity of college readiness has made it difficult to define and measure. Despite the use of standardized testing as the most convenient predictor of college readiness (Farrington et al., 2012), research encompassing a more comprehensive under...
Conflict management skills acquisition and usage in student affairs mid-managers: a phenomenological study 2019 111 This phenomenological study examined the lived experiences of 14 Student Affairs mid-managers. These mid-managers represented a variety of student affairs functional areas including Residence Life, Service Learning, Student Conduct, and Student Union...
A quantitative examination of the engagement of undergraduate Lumbee commuter students at a Native American-serving nontribal institution 2019 47 There is a paucity of research on American Indian students in U.S. higher education, particularly those who commute and are citizens of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina. Unfortunately, no studies have examined the engagement of undergraduate Lumbee...
A quantitative examination of the ways parents and families interact with their students’ college following campus-sponsored engagement opportunities: events, e-newsletters, and a daily blog 2019 14 Historically, a college or university’s main constituencies of interest were students, faculty, staff, and alumni (Bok, 2013; Donovan & McKelfresh, 2008; Wartman & Savage, 2008). In recent years, parents and families have claimed their own place in t...