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Evaluating Campus Climate at US Research Universities: Opportunities for Diversity and Inclusion


Evaluating Campus Climate at US Research Universities: Opportunities for Diversity and Inclusion
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Chapter 1. Campus Climate at Research Universities: 2012-2017
Chapter 2. Effects of Campus Climates for Diversity on College GPA among Latinx Students at Selective Universities: An Examination by Gender, First-Generation College Status, and Immigrant Status
Chapter 3. A Meta-Analysis of Queer-Spectrum and Trans-Spectrum Student Experience at U.S. Research Universities
Chapter 4. Perceptions of Campus Climate at the Intersections of Disability and LGBTQ Identities
Chapter 5. Students' Perceptions of Campus Climate by Social Class Background
Chapter 6. The Campus Climate for Students with Disabilities
Chapter 7.  "Mi Familia": Counterstories of First-generation Latina/x Students Navigating a Racially Hostile Campus Climate Chapter 8. Reframing Campus Climate Data to Advocate for Institutional Transformation, Praxis, and Activism for LGBQQ+ College Students
Chapter 9. The Effect of Student Perception of Campus Climate for Diversity and Inclusion on Overall University Experience: A Race/Ethnicity Comparison Study
Chapter 10. Perceptions of Campus Climate and Sense of Belonging among Non-Immigrant, First-Generation, and Second-Generation Students
Chapter 11. Racial differences in the effects of campus climate on sense of belonging at public research universities
Chapter 12. International Students' Experiences with Campus Climate at Large, Public Research Universities
Chapter 13. Vulnerable Populations at Public Research Universities: Centering Sexual Violence Prevalence and Perceptions of Campus Climate
Chapter 14. Campus Climate for Diversity as Dialogue: Using an Equity Lens to Center Students
Chapter 15. Patterns and Impacts of Racial and International Student Disparities in Experiences of Campus Climate, Academic Support, and Financial Conditions
Chapter 16. "It's Cold in Here": First-Generation Students at American Research Universities
Chapter 17. Necessary Yet Insufficient: Contextualizing Trans* Identities in Campus Climate Research
Chapter 18. Much Discussion, Not Much Change: Perceptions of Campus Climate Continue to Differ Along Racial Lines  Chapter 19. High Impact Practices for Student Engagement in the Research University
Chapter 20. Learning about Difference in the Classroom and Students' Views of the Campus Climate for Diversity
Chapter 21. Advancing Campus Climate Efforts through Action Research
Chapter 22. Exploring the Relationship between Service-Learning and Perceptions of Campus Climate

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Breite: 154
Gewicht: 814 g
Höhe: 216
Länge: 34
Seiten: 495
Sprachen: Englisch
Autor: Krista M. Soria

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