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Measuring Five Preconditions Of Success For African American Male Students In Community Colleges
The purpose of this study was to measure and compare five preconditions for success of African American male community college students at community colleges by determining if there is a relationship between a) GPA and ...
Organizational Socialization Of Community College Adjunct Faculty: A Correlational Analysis Of Content, Context, And The Dimensions Influencing Socialization Outcomes
This quantitative study focuses on the socialization processes of the adjunct faculty at three Mid-Atlantic community colleges. Although adjunct faculty are the majority faculty at community colleges, they are still ...
Personal Connections And Career Reflections: Examining Social Networks And Career Choices Of African American Women Community College Leaders
The purpose of this qualitative multi-case study was to examine the role of social networks in the career decisions and leadership of female African American community college senior leaders. The under-representation of ...
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 ...