October 2013 Vol 11 No 1
Exploring Noncognitive Factors of Student Success in a First-Year Seminar
Rachel F. Pickett and Randall L. Ferguson
Concordia University-Wisconsin uses the Student Strengths Inventory to predict academic success and retention.
Foundations Program Combines Tradition, General Education, Technology for the 21st Century
Thomas F. Patterson, Jr. and Jonathan Leonard
University of Vermont classes communicate the importance of public speaking and information technology.
Major Accomplishment: Creating a Learning Community for Undeclared Students
Michele A. Norwood
Engagement agrees with students at Indiana University of Pennsylvania looking for the right academic path.
Capstone Program Takes Students to New Heights
David DeWeil, Natalie Cruz, Merrill Walker, and Patrick Hickey
Enrolling high-achieving scholars is the top goal for learning community at the University of South Carolina.
Expanding a Peer-Facilitation Program Beyond the Fall Term
Melinda S. Harper and Christine L. Allegretti
T2U at Queens University of Charlotte supports student interaction.
Research Spotlight: National Evidence of the Assessment of First-Year Seminars: How and How Much?
Dallin George Young
Student course evaluations lead efforts but more meaningful measures needed.