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Am "I" Part of a "We"?: A Study of Inclusive Language and Organizational Identification within Student Organizations
Throughout college, it is critical to be involved in organizations to define oneself, develop relationships, and build resumes. To influence students' involvement, organization leaders need to maximize a sense of community ...
Comparing Online vs. Face-to-Face Graduate Student Outcomes and Performance in CSD : A Comparative Review
In today’s technology driven world, many college students have the option to take courses via online modalities. More than 25% of students in higher education are enrolled as online students (Allen & Seaman, 2010). Online ...
Fueling For the Day: Nutritional Perceptions and Behaviors of College Students
A two-factor, within-subjects study assessed the nutritional habits of college students. How do gender and food scenarios relate to a participant’s perception of healthy eating and eating frequency? A survey was sent out ...
UWEC [AND] the Something New Domestic Intercultural Immersion ASB : An Exploration of the Impact of High-Impact Practices on Blugold Attitudes Surrounding EDI Initiatives 2.0
Immigration and the vast array of refugee experiences have been in the forefront of media recently. The current political climate surrounding immigration may potentially create confusion for individuals who do not have a ...
Integrative Learning Experiences : Benchmark Achievements, Connotations, & Preferences
Research shows that creating and evaluating strategies that encourage students to engage in integrative learning (IL) promotes advancement of personal, educational, and professional development (Newell, 2010; Flower & ...
Social Identity and Adjustment to UW-Eau Claire : Is the Social Environment to Blame For First Year Weight Gain?
This study investigates how new college student identities (or self-image) as a healthy eater when arriving at college, as well as their experiences in their first semester in college, affect weight gain during that time. ...
Exploring College Students’ Perceptions of Overparenting and Levels of Self-Compassion
While parent involvement has been linked to many positive young adult outcomes (e.g., autonomy), recent research has highlighted potential negative outcomes (e.g., anxiety) of excessive levels of parent involvement. ...
Perfectionism, Self-Handicapping, and Academic Boredom : Honors vs. Non-Honors Students
The purpose of the current study was to examine relationships among perfectionism, self-handicapping, and boredom, as well as group differences in Honors versus non-honors students among these constructs.
Longitudinal Study of Emerging Adults' Plans for Work and Family
Past research suggests that young men and women differ in their plans for work and family, with women more likely to choose careers that will "work around" their family plans. The purpose of this study was to determine ...
Student Perceptions of Source Credibility and Health-related Behavior : a Case Study
Previous research has shown that college students' intentions to perform health-related behaviors vary based on students' perception of credibility of the source providing the message (Jones, Sinclair & Courneya, 2003). ...