Voices and Viewpoints

Upcoming Presentations at the Annual Meetings of CSCC and AERA

by OCCRL / Apr 17, 2013

The annual meetings of the Council for the Study of Community Colleges (CSCC) and American Educational Research Association (AERA) are often a highlight of community college researchers’ and educational researchers’ year. This year, both annual meetings are being held in San Francisco, CA in mid-to late-April. OCCRL is pleased to announce several upcoming presentations at these meetings that feature OCCRL research projects and scholarly contributions by OCCRL faculty and graduate students.

Council for the Study of Community Colleges
April 19-20, 2013
San Francisco, CA

“Reverse Transfer: A Growing Opportunity to Increase College Completion?
April 19, 9:00am-10:30am
Jason L. Taylor, Debra D. Bragg, Collin M. Ruud, Carianne Bishop, and Julia Panke Makela

“Accessing Opportunity? Predictors of Dual Credit Participation in Community College”
April 19, 4:30pm-6:00pm
Jason L. Taylor

American Educational Research Association
April 27-May 1, 2013

San Francisco, CA

“Influences of Career Counseling and College Students’ Perceptions of Career Barriers”
April 27, 12:00pm-1:30pm
Julia Panke Makela

“New Baccalaureate Degrees and ‘College for All’ in the United States: Who Wins and Who Loses?”
April 28, 8:15-9:45am
Debra D. Bragg

“A Comparative Analysis of Classroom Experiences of LGBTQ Undergraduate Students at Two- and Four-Year Institutions”
April 28, 8:15am-9:45am
Jason L. Taylor (with Jay Garvey and Sue Rankin)

“Money, Power, and Matriculation: Academic Clustering, the NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) Annual Progress Rate, and the Theory of Interest Convergence”
April 28, 4:05pm-5:35pm
Lorenzo DuBois Baber (with Derek A. Houston)

“Accountability Strain and College-Readiness Drain in a High-Poverty, High-Minority High School”
April 29, 8:15am-9:45am
Anjalé DeVawn Welton (with Montrischa Money Williams and Danielle Forbes)

“The Effects of a Transfer Student Living Learning Community on Academic and Social Outcomes”
April 29, 2:45pm-4:15pm
Matthew A. Linick and Jason L. Taylor (with Nora-Gannon-Slater)

“Are Dual Enrollment Students College Ready? Evidence from the Wabash National Study of Liberal Arts Education”
April 29, 2:45-4:15pm
Jason L. Taylor (with Brian An)

“An Examination of the Effectiveness of Superintendent Preparation: Perceptions of Illinois School Superintendents”
April 30, 8:00am-9:30am
Don Hackmann (with A.J. Fessler)

“The Role of Intermediary Organizations in Policy Making: The Case of Incentivist Reforms”
April 30, 12:10pm-1:40pm
Priya Goel and Matthew A. Linick (with Elizabeth DeBray, David Goldie, Janelle Scott, Huriya Jabbar, and Christopher Lubienski)

“Becoming Academicians: Figured Worlds of Pre-Tenure Female Faculty of Color”
April 30, 5:05-6:35pm
Anjalé DeVawn Welton (with Aurora Chang, Laura Jean Cortez, Melissa Ann Martinez, and Danielle Juanice Alsandor)

“Troubling Policy Discourse: Gender and the STEM Crisis”
May 1, 2:15pm-3:45pm
Anjalé DeVawn Welton (with Margaret Grogan and Katherine Cumings Mansfield)

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