Colleges and universities are invited to participate in the 2023 administration of the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE)
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Several researchers have found that student participation in undergraduate research is positively related to student learning outcomes, such as critical thinking, problem-solving, and intercultural effectiveness. The study aims to examine what factors influence student participation in undergraduate research in three STEM fields.
This study used NSSE data to investigate achievement goal orientation in honors and general education undergraduate students, exploring the factor structure of a commonly used assessment and looking at ability level differences using two types of statistical analyses.
Dr. Alexander “Sandy” Astin, a giant in higher education research and a dedicated mentor to students and colleagues, passed away May 18, 2022.
We’re excited to see NSSE users, friends and colleagues at the upcoming AIR Forum conference in Phoenix, June 6-9, 2022. Search the AIR Forum 2022 Schedule Builder and add the following sessions to your Personal Calendar.
NSSE participating institutions are encouraged to consider sending a team to The Evergreen State University, July 11-14, 2022, for the 23rd Annual Summer Institute for Improving Undergraduate Education.
NSSE’s postdoctoral scholar Christen Priddie and colleague Rachel Renbarger hosted a symposium at ASHE 2021
NSSE’s third release, Using NSSE Results in Diverse, Equitable, and Inclusive (DEI) Assessment Practices, provides insights about how colleges and universities can use their NSSE results to intentionally consider DEI-related issues in their assessment practices and initiatives. Each section of the story conveys how institutional stakeholders can explore and use their results through equity-centered methodologies and components of the survey (using student comments and our new, disaggregated disability item).