The first-year experience in American higher education

an annotated bibliography
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National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience & Students in Transition, University of South Carolina , Charleston
College freshmen -- United States -- Bibliography, College student orientation -- United States -- Bibliog
StatementAndrew K. Koch ... [et al.], editors.
GenreBibliography.
SeriesFirst-year experience monograph -- no. 3, First-year experience monograph series -- no. 3.
ContributionsKoch, Andrew K., National Resource Center for the First-Year Experience & Students in Transition (University of South Carolina)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsZ5814.S88 F57 2007, LB2343.32 F57 2007
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 159 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16767492M
ISBN 101889271586
ISBN 139781889271583
LC Control Number2007032940

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Responsibility: Andrew K. Koch. About the Author. Goldie Blumenstyk is a senior writer at The Chronicle of Higher Education. Her stories have received numerous awards, including first place from the Education Writers Association for for beat reporting on the Business of Higher Education.

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"He gave much." This fact is just one of the many fascinating details Thelin reveals in his comprehensive account of the history of American higher education. Christopher Lucas' book, American Higher Education: A History, traces higher education in America from its historical origins to its contemporary status, seeking to define the predicates of our system of higher.

The African-American Male First-Year Experience: Student Retention and Success Model: /ch The retention of African-American male students in U.S. institutions of higher education Author: Craig Smith. The First-Year Experience is a program at many American colleges and universities designed to help students prepare for the transition from high school to college.

FYE programs often foster the participation of students in co-curricular events such as common reads, concerts, art exhibits, and guest lectures. Depending on the school, the course can last anywhere from two weeks to a full school year. Get this from a library.

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John Thelins History of American Higher Education synthesizes historical research of U.S. higher education from the s through the early s, to write an updated national history.

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Registration closes Octo The first-year experience: executive summary I. Introduction The first-year experience in higher education has been the topic of research and comment in English-language academic publications in the UK and worldwide for more than forty years.

The expansion of higher education File Size: KB. It has long been a truism in American higher education that junior and senior year are seen as at the top of the curricular pecking order.

That is when the major is taken and, frankly, that is. Read this book on Questia. Read the full-text online edition of The American Experience in Education (). Home» Browse» Books» Book details, The Development and Scope of Higher Education.

Gardner is best known as the initiator (in ) of an international reform movement in higher education to call attention to and improve what he originally coined “The Freshman Year Experience” and then.

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One of the greatest strengths of the first-year experience and students in transition movement is its ability to cut across traditional boundaries in higher education and involve professionals from multiple. First Year Experience First Year Experience is devoted to making the transition to UA easy and enjoyable.

They promote numerous events to help meet students and host a few themselves to help. The first-year seminar continues to be a common structure for supporting student success in higher education, yet it represents only one of many first-year programs.

With this in mind, the National Survey on The First-Year Experience. First Year Experience Version By: Bruce Beiderwell professional training has enabled her to relate readily to under-represented and under-served students who aspire to higher education in the.

Jennifer Keup is the Director of The National Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition where she provides leadership for all operational, strategic, and scholarly.

The First-Year Experience (FYE) may describe a specific course, campus department, or a series of programs designed to help students transition from high school to college. As the name implies, these programs were originally offered in the first year of higher education.

on implications for the quality of the first year experience in Australian higher education contexts. INTRODUCTION The first year experience is pivotal in determining whether university students will. The posting below gives a nice summary of the history of American higher education and a look at what might be happening in the coming decades.

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It is from the section, Summary and Trends in the book, The Shaping of American Higher Education.Publications. Since its founding inthe National Resource Center has published a range of scholarly practice resources exploring the learning, success, and development of college students in transition, including a peer-reviewed empirical journal, newsletters, scholarly practice books.

The first year experience is ripe for reinvention. Since a freshman experience consisting of a smorgasbord of disconnected general educational classes does little to engage or motivate new .