This presentation describes the results of data analyses from a multi-institutional survey of undergraduates who attended six large, public research universities in 2012. Transfer students’ participation in high-impact practices (Kuh, 2008)—in addition to the association between participation in high-impact practices and students’ intellectual and interpersonal developmental outcomes—will be discussed. This presentation is geared toward attendees interested in research and assessment, the benefits of high-impact practices, and transfer students’ development.
Presented at the National Institute for the Study of Transfer Students (NISTS) conference, Dallas, TX, February 1, 2013.
Soria, Krista M..
High-Impact Practices: Implications for Transfer Students’ Intellectual and Interpersonal Development.
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