Center for Postsecondary Research staff are busy getting the word out about our work at THREE conferences this week. See below for details on the Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement meeting, the International Consortium for Educational Development, and the Student Affairs Assessment and Research Conference.
NSSE researcher Brendan Dugan and Dr. Demetri Morgan (Loyola University, Chicago) will share results from their analysis of student activism, as well as strategies for responding to student activists, at the 2018 Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement Meeting in Anaheim, CA, June 6th-9th. Learn more about the conference here, and read the abstract for the talk below. #CLDE18
“High-impact practices (HIPs) are often viewed as primary ways to help colleges and universities achieve a range of educational outcomes, including preparing students to participate in democracy. Utilizing new data from the NSSE, this session will help educators explore the connection between HIPs and student activism toward nuancing and updating their understanding of the relationship between these concepts.”
Join Allison BrckaLorenz and Tom Nelson Laird as they share insights on faculty time allocation and teaching practices at the International Consortium for Educational Development in Atlanta, GA, June 5th through 8th. Catch their session Thursday morning at 8, and find other sessions here.
Want to learn more about handling small populations in your survey data? Join Allison BrckaLorenz and Sara Hurtado for their presentation at the Student Affairs Assessment and Research Conference in Columbus, OH, on June 8th. Learn more about this conference here. #SAARC2018