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OIR Staff Publications  [13]

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“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 ...

Examining the intersections between undergraduates' engagement in community service and development of socially responsible leadership

Soria, Krista; Nobbe, June; Fink, Alex (2013-06-05)
This paper examined relationships between students’ engagement in community service in different contexts through classes, student organizations, work study, and on their own as well as their development of socially ...

Creating a Successful Transition for Working-Class First-Year Students

Soria, Krista (Journal of College Orientation and Transition, 2013-06-06)
This study explored differences between working-class and middle/upper-class first-year college students enrolled at large, public research universities. Results from administering the Student Experience in the Research ...

Examining the intersections between undergraduates’ engagement in community service and development of socially responsible leadership

Soria, Krista; Nobbe, June; Fink, Alex (Journal of Leadership Education, 2013-06-05)
This paper examined relationships between students’ engagement in community service in different contexts through classes, student organizations, work study, and on their own as well as their development of socially ...

Investigating the academic and social benefits of extended new student orientations for first-year students

Soria, Krista; Lingren Clark, Beth; Coffin Koch, Laura (Journal of College Orientation and Transition, 2013-06-03)
In this study, researchers examined the benefits of college students’ participation in an extended new student orientation at a large, public research university. Framed within social identity theory, this study extends ...

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