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OIR Staff Publications  [17]

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The Benefits of Low-Income Students’ Participation in Living Learning Leadership Programs

Soria, Krista M.; Roberts, Brayden J. (University of Minnesota, 2021)
Scholars have illuminated significant disparities in higher education degree attainment between college students from low-income and upper-income backgrounds. Instead of increasing social mobility of college students from ...

Leadership On Campus: Prosocial Behavior Benefits for Resident Assistants

Soria, Krista M.; Roberts, Brayden J. (University of Minnesota, 2021)
The roles and responsibilities of resident assistants are increasingly complex (Taub et al., 2016). Resident assistants are often first responders to student-related crisis or emergency situations, including those of safety, ...

Residents Assistants’ Leadership Efficacy

Soria, Krista M.; Roberts, Brayden J. (University of Minnesota, 2020)
Resident assistants play an indisputably important role in college and university housing as they help to connect residents with campus resources (Servaty-Seib & Taub, 2010), socialize and develop relationships with other ...

Living On Campus: Benefits for First-Generation Students from Low-Income Backgrounds

Soria, Krista M.; Roberts, Brayden J. (University of Minnesota, 2020)
The results of this research suggest that first-generation students from low-income backgrounds may experience some benefits from living on campus during their first year of enrollment. Specifically, we found that living ...

“Like a Rainbow in the Dark:” The Experiences of Metallectuals in Higher Education

Soria, Krista (2015)
The purpose of this phenomenological study was to explore the experiences of metallectuals in higher education—college students who belong to the heavy metal subculture. Utilizing intersectionality and social reproduction ...

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