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How One Small, Private Non-Profit University Has Prospered During And After The Great Recesion: An Ethnographic Case Study
This study examines the case of Stevenson University, a small, private, non-profit institution in Maryland that has prospered at a time when many such institutions are struggling to survive. The University traces its roots ...
Senior Native And Community College Transfer Student Engagement At Maryland Public Four-Year Institutions
The purpose of this study was to compare and examine the perceived levels of engagement of senior native and community college transfer students at Maryland public four-year institutions. Specifically, the researcher ...
The Student Experience Of Arts Integration: A Phenomenological Investigation
This phenomenological study examined students' personal experiences when engaged in an arts integration curriculum. This study offered students' perceptions of arts integrations curriculum from a cognitive, affective, and ...
African American Students' Decision To Attend College, College Choice Experience, And The Decision To Attend An Historically Black College Or University
The intent of this research is to explore African American students' decision to attend college, their college choice experiences and the factors that influenced their decision to attend an HBCU. This qualitative study ...
The Voices Of African American Males Revealed: A Qualitative Study Of Suspension Experiences
The problem examined in this study was the phenomena of disproportionate suspension of African American males in urban high schools. In order to evaluate this phenomenon, a cultural lens was used to understand the experiences ...