Tuesday, October 1, 2019 - 10:07am

Rob Toutkoushian co-authored “Time May Change Me: Examining How Aspirations for College Evolve during High School.” The article appears in the fall 2019 issue of The Review of Higher Education.

Thursday, August 29, 2019 - 10:53am

Rachel Burns (PhD 2018) & Karen Webber are published in the Journal of Student Financial Aid (vol. 48, issue 3).

While the overall story is that education-related debt is on the rise, Webber and Burns seek to add greater detail to the trend by comparing disciplinary groups. They used NPSAS 2012 data to examine graduate student debt for STEM versus non-STEM students who were enrolled in a master’s or doctoral degree program in 2012.

周五,2019年8月23日 - 10:57

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周二,2019年8月20日 - 下午2时24分

IHE is well-represented in a grant-funded research project, Enhancing Students’ Financial and Educational Success through a Virtual Reality Experience. The principal investigators, Greg Wolniak (IHE), Grace Ahn (Department of Advertising and Public Relations), Stan Jackson (IHE PhD student), and Anthony Jones (PhD, 2019) will evaluate if scenarios experienced in virtual reality (VR) settings can change student behavior and alter financial and educational decision-making.

Wednesday, August 7, 2019 - 11:59am

AERA Open has published new research by Greg Wolniak and co-authors, Laura A. Davis, Casey E. George, and Glen R. Nelson.

In "Demystifying Tuition? A Content Analysis of the Information Quality of Public College and University Websites," the team examined how 50 public colleges and universities present financial cost information to the public on their websites.

They found detrimental variations in the clarity of language, coherence of visual displays, and fragmentation or discontinuity across pages.

周四,2019年7月11日 - 上午11:15

A new article by Paul Rubin (PhD 2017) and Erik Ness is available online from Higher Education Policy. The research appeared in the Online First site on July 8.

"State Higher Education Governing Agencies and the Knowledge Brokering Process: Investigating Their Role as Multi-facing Organizations in the United States" considers how state agencies use and screen information in the policy process and the potential role of statewide agencies as knowledge brokers to policymakers.

周五5月24日,2019 - 上午8:05

The Institute will be well represented at the Association for Institutional 研究 Annual Forum in Denver, May 28-31. 学院, students, and alumni will be presenting and leading discussion groups.  

周三,5月29日 10:15 am - Lori Hagood (PhD 2017) - The Impact of a Momentum Course Load on Long-Term Student Outcomes (Speaker Session)

11:15 am - Karen Webber & Jillian Morn - Data Visualizations: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly (Discussion Group)

周四,5月23日,2019 - 上午09时59

Denisa Gandara (PhD 2016) and Erik Ness have a research article in the Journal of Higher Education, "Ideological Think Tanks and the Politics of College Affordability in the States." Gandara and Ness compiled an original data set of text produced by scrapping the web sites of conservative and progressive think tanks in five states to explore the language used surrounding of college costs.

周二,5月21日,2019 - 上午8:20

An article, "Influence without Bargaining: Unionization at the University of Wisconsin, 1930–1957," by Dr. Cain and Phil Wilkinson appears in the May 2019 issue of Labor: Studies in Working Class 历史. Their research explores effective efforts to enact positive change in terms of conditions and salaries for instructional workers without ever pursuing contract negotiations.

周四,5月2日,2019 - 上午10:59

Melissa Whatley's paper, "Study Abroad Participation: An Unintended Consequence of State Merit-Aid Programs?" appears in 研究高等教育 Online First.

Wednesday, April 10, 2019 - 11:36am

New research by Greg Wolniak and Mark E. Engberg appears in the spring 2019 issue of Review of Higher Education. Using 2012 follow-up data from the Education Longitudinal Study (ELS 2002), the authors provide new empirical evidence on the effects of "high-impact" college experiences on both pecuniary and non-pecuniary job outcomes

周二,2019年4月9日 - 8:37

Unequal Higher Education: Wealth, Status, and Student Opportunity, a new book by IHE alumnus Barrett Taylor and former IHE postdoctoral associate Brendan Cantwell, has been published by Rutgers University Press.

Wednesday, April 3, 2019 - 12:09pm

In addition to the large group of IHE faculty and students who presented papers at the AERA conference in Toronto (April 5-8), Noble Jones (PhD 2018) received the 2019 Outstanding Dissertation Award from AERA's Division J, and Associate Professor Tim Cain was recognized as an Outstanding Reviewer for 2018 for his work with Review of Educational 研究.


Andrew Crain - A Critical Systematic Review of Rurality and Higher Education


周五,2019年3月22日 - 11:22

A new report by Rob Toutkoushian, "Education Funding and Teacher Compensation In Indiana: Evaluation and Recommendations," shows funding for public education and teacher compensation for the state of Indiana will need significant investment to catch up regionally and nationally.

周五,2019年3月22日 - 11:00

IHE faculty and students will be attending the 44th Annual AEFP Conference in Kansas City, MO on March 21-22, 2019.

Ph.D. candidate Hee Jung Gong will present a paper with Rob Toutkoushian on “The Impact of the TRIO Program on the College Choice Process.”

Rob Toutkoushian, Jennifer May-Trifiletti & Ashley Clayton (LSU)- Poster session From “First to Finish”: Does College Graduation Vary by How First-generation College Status is Defined?

Thursday, February 21, 2019 - 4:51pm

Noble Jones’ (PhD, 2018) dissertation is one of two selected to receive the 2019 Outstanding Dissertation Award given by the American Education 研究 Association (AERA), Division J. One of the leading research societies, AERA - Division J, is part of a community of postsecondary education researchers who promote the use of research to improve education and serve the public good.

Wednesday, February 13, 2019 - 3:30pm
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Monday, February 4, 2019 - 12:36pm

Kelly Rosinger (PhD, 2015), Andrew Belasco (PhD, 2014) & James Hearn examine the relationship between adoption of universal and targeted no-loan policies and the economic diversity at elite colleges. Their paper, “A Boost for the Middle Class: An Evaluation of No-Loan Policies and Elite Private College Enrollment,” appears in The Journal of Higher Education, 90:1, 27-55.


Thursday, January 31, 2019 - 12:18pm

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Monday, January 21, 2019 - 12:57pm

IHE postdoctoral associate Meredith Billings and doctoral student Melissa Whatley were selected as fellows for the 2019 NCES Data Institute: Using Federal Datasets to Support 研究 on Postsecondary Education. The institute provides an intensive introduction to NCES datasets and research methodologies using large-scale national data sources.

Friday, January 18, 2019 - 10:14am

Ph.D. student Melissa Whatley is published in the graduate student research-in-progress section of the winter 2019 issue of the Journal of Comparative & International Higher Education. Her brief, "Who Studies Abroad at US Community Colleges?" attempts to identify key characteristics that make some students more like to participate in these programs.

Thursday, October 18, 2018 - 3:12pm

Four doctoral students in the 要玩就玩最好的网站-网址 received awards at a luncheon hosted by IHE on September 24th.

Thursday, September 27, 2018 - 9:37am

Gregory Wolniak receives a $350,000 grant through the Prisoner Reentry Institute (PRI).

周四,2018年7月26日 - 上午9:57

The Association for Institutional 研究 is pleased to announce Dr. Karen Webber as the recipient of the 2018 Sidney Suslow Scholar Award.

周四5月24日,2018 - 时间:10:14 am

The 要玩就玩最好的网站-网址 at the 乔治亚大学 will welcome two new faculty members in the fall.