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B Eagan, K., Lozano, J.B., Hurtado, S., & Case, M.H.  (2014).  The American Freshman: National Norms Fall 2013  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA. Purchase
B Eagan, K., Lozano, J.B., Hurtado, S., & Case, M.H.  (2014).  The American Freshman: National Norms Fall 2013 Expanded Tables  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
Pr Figueroa, T. & Hurtado, S.  (2013).   Underrepresented Racial and/or Ethnic Minority (URM) Graduate Students in STEM Disciplines: A Critical Approach to Understanding Graduate School Experiences and Obstacles to Degree Progression   Paper presented at the Association for the Study of Higher Education in St. Louis, MO.  
Pr Hughes, B. & Hurtado, S.  (2013).   Investing in the future: Testing the Efficacy of Socialization within Undergraduate Engineering Degree Programs   Paper presented at the Association for the Study of Higher Education Annual Conference in St Louis, MO.  
Pr Hurtado, S., & Guillermo-Wann, C.  (2013).   Diverse Learning Environments: Assessing and Creating Conditions for Student Success - Final Report to the Ford Foundation.   University of California, Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute  
Pr Figueroa, T., Hurtado, S., Eagan, K.  (2013).   Making it!...or Not: Institutional Contexts and Biomedical Degree Attainment    
Pr Garibay, J., Hughes, B., Eagan, K., Hurtado, S.  (2013).   Beyond the Bachelor's: What Influences STEM Post-Baccalaureate Pathways    
Pr Guillermo-Wann, C., Hurtado, S., & Alvarez, C.L.  (2013).   Why we get around: A mixed methods study of college student enrollment mobility   Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Institutional Research. Long Beach, CA.  
Pr Hurtado, S., Garcia, G., Gasiewski, J., Hughes, B.  (2013).   Have They Got the Fever? Is It Part of the Fabric? Institutional Transformation in STEM from "Pioneers' " Perspectives   Paper presented at the National Conference on Race and Ethnicity (NCORE). New Orleans, LA.  
R Hurtado, S., Pryor, J.H., Palucki Blake, L., Eagan, K., & Case, M.H.  (2013).  Findings from the 2012 Administration of the College Senior Survey (CSS): National Aggregates  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
Pr Figueroa, T., Hughes, B., & Hurtado, S.  (2013).   Supporting Future Scientists: Predicting Minority Student Participation in the STEM Opportunity Structure in Higher Education.   Paper presented at the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST) 2013.  
Pr Gasiewski, J., Hurtado, S., Figueroa, T., Garcia, G.  (2013).   'Having the Right Person, in the Right Place, at the Right Time Is What Makes a Difference': Pioneering Individuals in STEM and Institutional Agents    
Pr Hughes, B., Garibay, J., Hurtado, S., Eagan, K.  (2013).   Examining the Tracks That Cause Derailment: Institutional Contexts and Engineering Degree Attainments    
Pr Hurtado, S., Figueroa, T.  (2013).   Women of Color Faculty in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM): Experiences in Academia    
Pr Ruiz Alvarado, A. & Hurtado, S.  (2013).   Growing during troubled times: Latina/o student experiences with multiple dimensions of the campus climate    
B Pryor, J.H., Eagan, K., Palucki Blake, L., Hurtado, S., Berdan, J., Case, M.H.  (2013).  The American Freshman: National Norms Fall 2012  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA. Purchase
B Pryor, J.H., Eagan, K., Palucki Blake, L., Hurtado, S., Berdan, J., Case, M.H.  (2013).  The American Freshman: National Norms Fall 2012 Expanded Tables  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
R HERI  (2013).  Findings from the 2012 Administration of the Your First College Year (YFCY): National Aggregates  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
Pr Hurtado, S., Ruiz Alvarado, A., & Guillermo-Wann, C.  (2012).   Inclusive Learning Environments: Modeling a Relationship Between Validation, Campus Climate for Diversity, and Sense of Belonging    
Pr Ruiz Alvarado, A. & Hurtado, S.  (2012).   Salience at the intersection: Latina/o identities across different campus contexts    
B Hurtado, S., Eagan, K., Pryor, J.H., Whang, H., & Tran, S.  (2012).  Undergraduate Teaching Faculty: The 2010-2011 HERI Faculty Survey  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA. Purchase
B Hurtado, S., Eagan, K., Pryor, J.H., Whang, H., & Tran, S.  (2012).  Undergraduate Teaching Faculty: The 2010-2011 HERI Faculty Survey Expanded Tables  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
Pr Hurtado, S., Eagan, K., Pryor, J.H., Whang, H., & Tran, S.  (2012).   Undergraduate Teaching Faculty: The 2010-2011 HERI Faculty Survey    
Pr Figueroa, T., Garcia, G., Hughes, B. & Hurtado, S.  (2012).   Trajectories of Underrepresented Students in STEM: Findings from Research & Implications for Practice.   Paper presented at the AAC&U Diversity and Learning Conference in Baltimore.  
Pr Hurtado, S., Ruiz, A. & Hughes, B.  (2012).   Curriculum as window or mirror: How a curriculum of inclusion is associated with academic validation    
Pr Hurtado, S., & Ruiz, A.  (2012).   The Climate for Underrepresented Groups and Diversity on Campus    
Pr Hurtado, S., Chang, M.J., Eagan, K., & Hughes, B.  (2012).   NIH Progress Report for Year 8    
Pr Eagan, K., Figueroa, T., Hurtado, S., & Gasiewski, J.  (2012).   Faculty Accessibility Cues: Opening the Doors to Classroom Communication.   Paper presented at the Annual Forum of the Association for Institutional Research, New Orleans, LA.  
Pr Eagan, K., Garibay, J., Soh, M., Hurtado, S., & Chang M.  (2012).   "Gunning" for the Win! How Competitive Classroom Environments and Student Experiences Predict Pre-Meds' Commitment to Health Research and Practice.   Paper presented at the Annual Forum of the Association for Institutional Research, New Orleans, LA.  
Pr Hurtado, S., Eagan K., M., & Hughes, B.  (2012).   Priming the Pump or the Sieve: Institutional Contexts and URM STEM Degree Attainments    
Pr Hurtado, S., Ruiz, A., & Whang, H.  (2012).   Assessing Students' Social Responsibility and Civic Learning    
Pr Eagan, K.  (2012).   Examining Undergraduates' Departure from STEM: Findings from a National Study    
R Hurtado, S., Pryor, J.H., Palucki Blake, L., Eagan, K., & Case, M.H.  (2012).  Findings from the 2011 Administration of the College Senior Survey (CSS): National Aggregates  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
Pr Herrara, F.A., Hurtado, S., Garcia, G., & Gasiewski, J.  (2012).   A Model for Redefining STEM Identity for Talented Graduate Students    
Pr Eagan, K., S. Hurtado, Garibay, J., & Herrera F.  (2012).   Accentuating Advantage: Developing Science Identity during College.   Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, BC, Canada.  
Pr Eagan, K., Garcia, G., Gasiewski, J. & Hurtado, S.  (2012).   Passing through the Gates: Identifying and Developing Talent in Introductory STEM Courses.   Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, BC, Canada.  
Pr Pryor, J.H.  (2012).   Beyond Engagement: Improving Persistence Through Validation Theory.   Presentation at the 31st Annual First Year Experience Conference.  
R HERI  (2012).  Findings from the 2011 Administration of the Your First College Year (YFCY): National Aggregates  .  
B Pryor, J. H., DeAngelo, L., Palucki Blake, L., Hurtado, S., & Tran, S.  (2012).  The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 2011  . Purchase
B Pryor, J. H., DeAngelo, L., Palucki Blake, L., Hurtado, S., & Tran, S.  (2012).  The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 2011 Expanded Tables  .  
J Gasiewski, J.A., Eagan, K., Garcia, G., Hurtado, S., & Chang, M.J. (2012).  From gatekeeping to engagement: A multicontextual, mixed method study of student academic engagement in introductory STEM courses.  Research in Higher Education, 53(2), 229-261. doi:10.1007/s11162-011-9247-y.  
R DeAngelo, L., Franke, R., Hurtado, S., Pryor, J. H., & Tran, S.  (2011).  Completing College: Assessing Graduation Rates At Four-Year Institutions  . Purchase
Pr Herrera, F.A., & Hurtado, S.  (2011).   Maintaining Career Aspirations in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) among College Students    
R Arellano, L., Guillermo-Wann, C., Cuellar, M., Alvarez, C., Johnson-Ahorlu, N., & Hurtado, S.  (2011).  Validating the Multidimensionality of the Campus Climate for Diversity  .  
Pr Garcia, G., Gasiewski, J., & Hurtado, S.  (2011).   Principles of Good Practice in Introductory STEM Courses: Listening to the Voices of Faculty and Students    
R Hurtado, S., Johnson-Ahorlu, R.N., & Alvarez, C.L  (2011).  Undermining the Master Plan: Divestment in Higher Education & Student Degree Progress  .  
J Ruiz, A & Pryor, J.H. (2011).  Assessing the Climate for Transfer at Two- and Four-Year Institutions  Colleges & University, .  
J Hurtado, S & Pryor, J. H. (2011).  Toward Devising Measures of Quality and Effectiveness Across All Institutions  Colleges & University, .  
Pr Hurtado, S., Chang, M., Eagan, K., & Figueroa, T.  (2011).   NIH Progress Report For Year 7    
R Hurtado, S., Cuellar,M., & Guillermo-Wann, C.  (2011).  Quantitative Measures of Students' Sense of Validation: Advancing the Study of Diverse Learning Environments  .  
J Hurtado, S., Cuellar,M., & Guillermo-Wann, C. (2011).  Quantitative measures of students' sense of validation: Advancing the study of academic validation in the classroom and general interpersonal validation in diverse learning environments  Journal of Enrollment Management, Summer, 53-71, .  
Pr Tran, M.C., Herrera, F.A., & Garibay, J.C.  (2011).   When Science Lacks Diversity and Social Relevance, Can Students be Objective Scientists and Still be Themselves? National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in American Higher Education.    
R Hurtado, S., Ruiz, A., & Guillermo-Wann, C.  (2011).  Thinking About Race: The Salience of Racial and Ethnic Identity in College and the Climate for Diversity  .  
Pr Eagan, M.K., Herrera, F.A., Garibay, J.C., Hurtado, S., & Chang, M.J.  (2011).   Becoming STEM Protégés: Factors Predicting the Access and Development of Meaningful Faculty-Student Relationships.   Paper presented at the Annual Forum of the Association for Institutional Research, Toronto, ON, Canada.  
Pr Gasiewski, J.A., Eagan, M.K., Garcia, G.A., Hurtado, S., & Chang, M.J.  (2011).   From Gatekeeping to Engagement: A Multicontextual, Mixed Method Study of Student Academic Engagement in Introductory STEM Courses. Association for Institutional Research.    
Pr Gasiewski, J.A., Herrera, F.A., Mosqueda, C., Hurtado, S., & Chang, M.J.  (2011).   The Pathway to Loneliness: When Institutional Support Really Matters for STEM Graduate Students. Association for Institutional Research.    
Pr Sharkness, J.A., Eagan, M.K., Hurtado, S., Figueroa, T., & Hurtado, S.  (2011).   Academic Achievement among STEM Aspirants: Why do Black and Latino Students Earn Lower Grades than their White and Asian Counterparts? Association for Institutional Research.    
R HERI  (2011).  College Students with "Hidden" Disabilities  .  
Pr Eagan, M.K., Herrera, F.A., Sharkness, J.A., Hurtado, S., & Chang, M.J.  (2011).   Crashing the Gate: Identifying Alternative Measures of Student Learning in Introductory Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Courses.   Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.  
Pr Garcia, G.A., & Hurtado, S.  (2011).   Predicting Latina/o STEM Persistence at HSIs and non-HSIs. American Educational Research Association    
Pr Herrera, F.A., & Hurtado, S.  (2011).   Maintaining Initial Interests: Developing Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Career Aspirations Among Underrepresented Racial Minority Students. American Educational Research Association.    
Pr Tran, M.C., Herrera, F.A., Gasiewski, J.A.  (2011).   STEM Graduate Students' Multiple Identities: How can I be me and be a scientist?. National Association of Research on Science Teaching.    
Pr Hurtado, S & Garcia, G  (2011).   Latinas/os in STEM: A Longitudinal Look at the Experiences that Lead to Persistence    
B Pryor, J. H., Hurtado, S., DeAngelo, L., Palucki Blake, L., & Tran, S.  (2011).  The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 2010  .  
Pr Hurtado, S., Arellano, L., Cuellar,M., & Guillermo-Wann, C.  (2011).   Diverse Learning Environments Survey Instrument: Introduction and Select Factors    
B Pryor, J. H., Hurtado, S., DeAngelo, L., Palucki Blake, L., & Tran, S.  (2011).  The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 2010 Expanded Tables  .  
R HERI  (2011).  Findings from the 2010 Administration of the Your First College Year (YFCY): National Aggregates  .  
J Chang, M.J., Eagan, M.K., Lin, M.H., & Hurtado, S. (2011).  Considering the Impact of Racial Stigmas and Science Identity: Persistence Among Biomedical and Behavioral Science Aspirants.  Journal of Higher Education, 82(5), 564-596. http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/journal_of_higher_education/v082/82.5.chang.html.  
J Eagan, M.K., Sharkness, J.A., Hurtado, S., Mosqueda, C., & Chang, M.J. (2011).  Engaging Undergraduates in Science Research: Not Just About Faculty Willingness.  Research in Higher Education, 52(2), 151-177. doi: 10.1007/s11162-010-9189-9.  
J Espinosa, L.L. (2011).  Pipelines and Pathways: Women of Color in Undergraduate STEM Majors and the College Experiences that Contribute to Persistence.  Harvard Educational Review, 81(2), 209-241. http://www.metapress.com/content/92315ww157656k3u/.  
J Hurtado, S., Eagan, M.K., Tran, M., Newman, C., Chang, M.J. & Velasco, P. (2011).  "We do science here": Underrepresented students' interactions with faculty in different college contexts.  Journal of Social Issues, 67(3), 553-579. doi. 10.1111/j.1540-4560.2011.01714.x.  
J Jessica Sharkness and Linda DeAngelo (2010).  Measuring Student Involvement: A Comparison of Classical Test Theory and Item Response Theory in the Construction of Scales from Student Surveys  Research in Higher Education, Online First ™.  
Pr Eagan, K., Hurtado, S., & Chang, M.  (2010).   What Matters in STEM: Institutional Contexts That Influence STEM Bachelor's Degree Completion Rates.   Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Indianapolis, IN.  
Pr Garcia, G.A., Newman, C.B., & Gasiewski, J.A.  (2010).   Multidisciplinary Preparation and Exposure to Multiple Career Pathways amongst STEM Graduate Students    
Pr Hurtado, S., Tran, M., Herrera, F., & Gasiewski, J.,  (2010).   Exploring the Intersectionality of Science and Racial Identity through Graduate Student Experiences    
Pr Hurtado, S.  (2010).   Diverse Learning Environments Survey Administration    
B Astin, A., Astin, S., & Lindholm,J.A.  (2010).  Cultivating the Spirit: How College Can Enhance Students’ Inner Lives details the need for Academia to "attend more to students' spiritual development"  .  
Pr Eagan, K., Hurtado, S., & Chang, M.  (2010).   What Matters for STEM Degree Completion? Expanding and Diversifying College Graduates.    
Pr Eagan, K., Hurtado, S., & Herrera, F.  (2010).   Crashing the Gate: Improving Student Learning in Introductory STEM Courses.    
Pr Hurtado, S., DeAngelo, L., Guillermo-Wann, C., Sujitparapitaya, S., & Kamimura, A.  (2010).   Stayers, Swirlers, and Re-Enrollers: Understanding the Trajectories of College Students    
Pr Hererra, F., Gasiewski, J., & Tran, M.  (2010).   Success Stories: How Social Identities Affect Students' Educational Trajectories in STEM.    
Pr Hurtado, S., Cuellar, M., & Alvarez, C.  (2010).   Campus climate, effective practices, and student outcomes in diverse learning environments    
Pr Hurtado, S.  (2010).   National STEM Data: A Broad Perspective to Reaching SACNAS' Mission    
Pr Hurtado, S.  (2010).   Expanding and Diversifying STEM Degree Recipients:What We Know From Students' Experiences    
Pr Hurtado,S., Eagan, K., Gasiewski, J. & Tran, M.  (2010).   Race to the Top: Examining Predictors of Competition among First-Year Science Students    
Pr Eagan,K & Sharkness, J.  (2010).   Developing a Science Identity    
Pr Hurtado, S., Alvarez, C.L., & Guillermo-Wann, C.  (2010).   Diverse learning environments: A new assessment and plan of action to transform campus climate    
Pr Arellano, L., Guillermo-Wann, C., Hurtado, S., & Colin, L  (2010).   Mobility, Time to Degree, and Institutional Practices: Towards a New Conceptual Model of Undergraduate Retention for Underrepresented Students    
Pr Eagan, K., Garcia, G., Herrera, F., & Garibay, J.  (2010).   Making a Difference in Science Education for Underrepresented Students: The Impact of Undergraduate Research Programs.   Paper presented at the Annual Forum of the Association for Institutional Research, Chicago, IL.  
Pr Eagan, K., Sharkness, J., Hurtado, S., Chang, M., & Mosqueda, C.  (2010).   Engaging Undergraduates in Science Research: Not Just about Faculty Willingness    
Pr Gasiewski, J., Garcia, G., Herrera,F., Tran, M., & Newman,C.  (2010).   Barricades, Bridges, and Programmatic Adaptation: A Multi-campus Case Study of STEM Undergraduate Research Programs    
Pr Hurtado, S., Cuellar, M., Guillermo-Wann, C., & Velasco, P  (2010).   Empirically defining validation, sense of belonging, and navigational actions for students in diverse institutions: The Diverse Learning Environments survey    
Pr Chang, M.J., Sharkness, J., Newman, C.B., & Hurtado, S.  (2010).   What Matters in College for Retaining Aspiring Scientists and Engineers.   Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Education Research Association, Denver, CO.  
Pr Eagan, K. & Newman, C.  (2010).   Investing in Human Capital: Underrepresented Racial Minorities' Intentions to Attend Graduate School in STEM Fields.   Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Education Research Association, Denver, CO.  
Pr Hurtado, S.  (2010).   Expanding and Diversifying STEM Degree Recipients    
R Franke, R., Ruiz, S., Sharkness, J., DeAngelo, L., & Pryor, J.P.  (2010).   Findings from the 2009 Administration of the College Senior Survey (CSS):National Aggregates  .  
Pr Eagan, M.K.  (2010).   Moving beyond Frontiers: How Institutional Context Affects Degree Production and Student Aspirations in STEM. (Ph.D. Dissertation), University of California, Los Angeles, CA. ProQuest database.    
J National Science Board (2010).  Science and Engineering Indicators 2010  , .  
R Sharkness, J., DeAngelo, L., Pryor, J. H.  (2010).  CIRP Construct Technical Report  .  
R HERI  (2010).  Degrees of Success Bachelor’s Degree Completion Rates among Initial STEM Majors  .  
B Pryor, J. H., Hurtado, S., DeAngelo, L., Palucki Blake, L., & Tran, S.  (2010).  The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 2009  .  
B Pryor, J. H., Hurtado, S., DeAngelo, L., Palucki Blake, L., & Tran, S.  (2010).  The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 2009 Expanded Tables  .  
R Ruiz, S., Sharkness, J., Kelly,K., DeAngelo, L., Pryor, J.H.  (2010).  Findings from the 2009 Administration of the Your First College Year (YFCY): National Aggregates  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
J U.S. Census Bureau (2010).  Statistical Abstract of the United States: 2010  U.S. Census Bureau, Table 276.  
J Hurtado, S., Newman, C.B., Tran, M.C. & Chang, M.J. (2010).  Improving the rate of success for underrepresented racial minorities in STEM fields: Insights from a national project.  New Directions for Instutional Research, 2010, (148), 5-15. doi: 10.1002/ir.357.  
Pr Hurtado, S., Cuellar, M., Alvarez, C., Wann, C., & Arellano, L.  (2009).   Diverse Learning Environments: Creating and Assessing Conditions for Student Success    
Pr Hurtado, S.  (2009).   Developing Frameworks for Conducting Assessment with Diversity at the Center    
J Hurtado, S.,DeAngelo, L. (2009).  Keeping Senior Women at Your College  AcademeLink to Article.  
R Liu, A.,Ruiz,S.,DeAngelo,L.,Pryor,J.H  (2009).  Findings from the 2008 Administration of the College Senior Survey (CSS): National Aggregates  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
Pr Hurtado, S., Eagan, K., & Sharkness, J.  (2009).   Thinking and Acting Like a Scientist: Investigating the Outcomes of Introductory Science and Math Courses.   Paper presented at the Annual Forum of the Association for Institutional Research, Atlanta, GA. Http://heri.ucla.edu/nih/downloads/AIR2009-Thinking-and-acting-like-a-scientist.pdf  
Pr DeAngelo, L.,Hurtado, S.  (2009).   Fostering "Habits of Mind" for Student Learning in the First Year of College: Results from a National Study    
Pr Hurtado, S., Arellano, L., Wann, C., Cuellar, M., Alvarez, C., & Colin, L.  (2009).   The Climate for Diversity: Studying Student Perceptions and Experiences in the First Year of College    
Pr Hurtado, S., Tran, M., Eagan, K., Newman, C., & Velasco, P.  (2009).   We do science here: Underrepresented students in different college contexts    
Pr Hurtado, S., Cuellar, M., Alvarez, C., & Colin, L.  (2009).   Assessing Diverse Learning Environments: Integrating Assessments of Campus Climate, Practices, and Outcomes    
Pr Chang, M., Eagan, K., Lin, M., & Hurtado,S  (2009).   Stereotype Threat: Undermining the Persistence of Racial Minority Freshmen in the Sciences    
Pr DeAngelo, L.  (2009).   How Colleges Affect Who Aspires to the PhD at the End of the Undergraduate Experience: Differences by Race/Ethnicity    
Pr DeAngelo, L.  (2009).   PhD Aspirations: The Effect of Grades, Academic Self-Confidence, Faculty,and Research on Undergraduates    
J Oseguera, L. & Rhee, B. (2009).  The Influence of Institutional Retention Climates on Student Persistence to Degree Completion: A Multilevel Approach  Research in Higher Education, 546-569.  
R Sax, L. J., with Arms, E., Woodruff, M., Riggers, T., and Eagan, M.  (2009).  Women Graduates of Single-sex and Coeducational High schools: Differences in their Characteristics and the Transition to College.  The Sudikoff Family Institute for Education & New Media UCLA Graduate School of Education & Information Studies.  
C DeAngelo, L. (2009).  Can I go?: An exploration of the influence of attending a less selective institution on students' aspirations and preparation for the PhD.  In M. F. Howard-Hamilton, C. F. Morelon-Quianoo, S. D. Johnson, R. Winkle-Wagner, and L. Santiague (Eds). Standing on the outside looking in: Underrepresented students' experiences in advanced degree programs.(pp. 25-44) ( (pp. 25-44)).  Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing, LLC.  
B DeAngelo, L.,Hurtado,S.H.,Pryor,J.H.,Kelly,K.R., Santos, J.L.,Korn, W.S.  (2009).  The American College Teacher: National Norms for the 2007-2008 HERI Faculty Survey  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
Pr Hurtado, S. & Chang, M.  (2009).   Improving the rate of success for underrepresented racial minorities in the biological and behavioral sciences: Insights from a national project    
Pr Eagan, K. & Sharkness, J.  (2009).   A strong start in the sciences: Factors influencing minority students' academic and social engagement    
Pr Eagan,K & Sharkness, J.  (2009).   A Strong Start in the Sciences: Factors Influencing Minority Students' Academic and Social Engagement    
B Pryor J.H., Hurtado S., DeAngelo L., Sharkness J., Romero L.C., Korn W.S., & Tran S.  (2009).  The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 2008  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
J Hurtado, S. (2009).  Assessing Higher Education's Advancement Toward a New Vision of Society  Diversity & Democracy, .  
J Hurtado, S., Cabrera, N.L., Lin, M.H., Arellano, L., & Espinosa, L.L. (2009).  Diversifying science: Underrepresented student experiences in structured research programs.  Research in Higher Education, 50(2), 189-214. http://www.jstor.org/stable/29782914.  
B Hurtado, S. H., Saenz, V. B., Santos, J. L., Cabrera, N. L.  (2008).  Advancing in Higher Education: A Portrait Of Latina/o College Freshmen At Four Year Institutions, 1975–2006  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
Pr DeAngelo, L.  (2008).   Enhancing Campus Retention Studies: Predicting 4- and 6-Year Degree Attainment with Institutional and Freshman Survey Data    
J Gender Difference Over the Span of College: Challenges to Achieving Equity. (2008).    Journal About Women in Higher Education, 1,23-48.  
B Sax, L. J.  (2008).  The Gender Gap in College: Maximizing the Developmental Potential of Women and Men.  San Francisco: Jossey-Bass..  
Pr Chang, M.J., Cerna, O.S., Han, J. C., & Saenz, V. B.  (2008).   The contradictory roles of institutional status in retaining underrepresented students in biomedical and behavioral science majors.The Review of Higher Education, 31(4), 433-464. http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/reveview_of_higher_education/v031/31.4.chang.html    
Pr Hurtado, S., Cabrera, N., Lin, M., Arellano, L., & Espinosa, L.  (2008).   Diversifying science: Underrepresented student experiences in structured research programs    
Pr Hurtado, S. H., Griffin, K. A., Arellano, L., Cuellar M.  (2008).   Assessing the Value of Climate Assessments: Progress and Future Directions   Conference Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Institutional Researchers, Seattle, WA.  
Pr Hurtado, S.H., Cabrera, N.L., Lin, M.H., Arellano, L. & Espinosa L.L.  (2008).   The Science of Diversifying Science: Underrepresented Minority Experiences in Structured Research Programs.   Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Institutional Research, Seattle, WA.  
R A.Liu, J.Sharkness, J.H. Pryor  (2008).  Findings from the 2007 Administration of Your First College Year (YFCY): National Aggregates  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
R H. Spinosa, J.Sharkness, J.H. Pryor, A. Liu  (2008).   Findings from the 2007 Administration of the College Senior Survey (CSS): National Aggregates  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
J Lindholm, J. & Astin, H. (2008).  Sprituality and Pedagogy: Faculty's Spirituality and Use of Student-Centered Approaches to Undergraduate Teaching.  The Review of Higher Education, 331, (2), 185-207..  
J Rhee, B. S. (2008).  Institutional Climate and Student Departure: A Multinomial Multilevel Modeling Approach.  The Review of Higher Education, 31, (2), 161-183..  
B Pryor, J. H., Hurtado, S., Sharkness, J., & Korn, W. S.  (2008).  The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 2007  Higher Education Research Institute.  
B Higher Education Research Institute.  (2008).  The American College Student, 1990: National Norms for the 1986 and 1988 Freshman Classes.  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
J Hurtado, S., Eagan, M.K., Cabrera, N.L., Lin, M.H., Park, J., & Lopez, M. (2008).  Training future scientists: Predicting first-year minority student participation in health science research.  Research in Higher Education, 49(2), 126-152. http://www.jstor.org/stable/25704552.  
B Sax, L.  (2008).  The Gender Gap in College: Maximizing the Developmental Potential of Women and Men  .  
J Hurtado, S. (2007).  ASHE Presidential Address: Linking Diversity with the Educational and Civic Missions of Higher Education  Review of Higher Education, 30, (2), 185–196.  
Pr Lin, M. H.  (2007).   Asian American Leadership Development: Examining the Impact of Collegiate Environments and Personal Goals   Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Louisville, KY.  
J Hurtado, S., Han, J.C., Saenz, V. B., Espinosa, L.L., Cabrera, N.L., & Cerna, O.S. (2007).  Predicting transition and adjustment to college: Biomedical and behavioral science aspirants' and minority students' first year of college.  Research in Higher Education, 48(7), 841-887. http://www.jstor.org/stable/25704531.  
B Chang, M. J., Park, J. J., Lin, M. H., Poon, O. A., Nakanishi, D. T.  (2007).  Beyond Myths: The Growth And Diversity of Asian American College Freshmen, 1971 - 2005  Higher Education Research Institute, Los Angeles.  
R Cerna, O.S., Perez, P.A., Saenz, V.B.  (2007).  Examining the Pre-college Attributes and Values of Latina/o College Graduates. Research Report #3  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute..  
Pr Pryor, J.  (2007).   The changing college student: Insight from 40 years of data collection.   Presented at the International Assessment and Retention Conference by the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, St Louis, MO.  
Pr Hurtado, S., Eagan, K., Cabrera, N., Lin, M., Park, J., & Lopez, M.  (2007).   Training Future Scientists: Predicting First-Year Minority Student Participation in Health Science Research    
B Griffin K. A. & Allen W. R.  (2007).  Where you go, what you do, what you know? Understanding the influences of campus experiences on the academic achievement and self-concept of black undergraduates.  .  
Pr Pryor, J. H. & Saenz, V. B.  (2007).   Using CIRP data for accreditation, assessment, and accountability.   Presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Institutional Research, Kansas, MO.  
Pr Saenz, V. B. & Barrera, D.  (2007).   How well is your college assessing student retention? Using CIRP data to inform institutional planning and practice.   Presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Institutional Research, Kansas, MO, June 2007.  
B Saenz, V. B., Hurtado, S., Barrera, D., Wolf, D., Yeung, F.  (2007).  First in My Family: A Profile of First-Generation College Students at Four-Year Institutions Since 1971  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute.  
Pr Hurtado, S. & Pryor, J.  (2007).   Looking at the past, shaping the future: Getting to know our students for the past 40 years.   Paper presented at the annual joint meeting for the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators/American College Personnel Association, Orlando, FL.  
R Hurtado, S., Sax, L. J., Saenz, V., Harper, C. E., Oseguera, L., Curley, J., Lopez, L., Wolf, D., Arellano, L.  (2007).  Findings from the 2005 administration of Your First College Year  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute.  
R Saenz, V. B. & Barrera D. S.  (2007).  Findings from the 2005 College Student Survey (CSS): National aggregates  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute..  
D Crow, M. G. (2007).  Stayers and leavers among newbies: Influences on the early departure of HBCU freshmen.  (Doctoral dissertation, University of Michigan,  2007.)  
B Pryor, J.H., Hurtado, S., Saenz, V.B., Korn, J.S., Santos, J.L., & Korn, W.S.  (2007).  The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 2006  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
B Pryor, J.H., Hurtado, S., Saenz, V.B., Santos, J. L., & Korn, W. S.  (2007).  The American Freshman: Forty Year Trends.  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
R Bryant, A.N. & Schwartz, L.M.  (2006).  National Institute on Spirituality in Higher Education: Integrating Spirituality Into the Campus Curriculum and Co-Curricular  .  
Pr Jayakumar, U.  (2006).   The role of higher education in breaking the cycle of segregation.   Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Anaheim, CA, November 2006.  
Pr Kim, Y.K.  (2006).   Student-faculty interaction and student educational outcomes in college: Examining directions of influence.   Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Anaheim, CA, November 2006.  
Pr Park, J.  (2006).   A look at student satisfaction with ethnic diversity for White, Black, Latino/a, and Asian American Students.   Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Anaheim, CA, November 2006.  
Pr Pryor, J. H.  (2006).   Tracking College Students Over Time: Using Longitudinal Data with CIRP Surveys   Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southern Association for Institutional Research Conference, Arlington, VA.  
Pr Saenz, V. B., Oseguera, L.  (2006).   A Profile of Latina/o and African American Students in their First Year of College: Implications for Persistence & Success.   Paper presented at the National Symposium on Student Retention, Alberqurque, NM.  
R Astin, A. W., Vogelgesang, L. J., Misa, K., Anderson, J., Denson, N., Jayakumar, U., Saenz, V., Yamamura, E.  (2006).  Understanding the effects of service-learning: A study of students and faculty  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute..  
Pr Griffin, Kimberly A.  (2006).   Can faculty time change students' minds?: The impact of student-faculty relationships on the career aspirations of students of color.   Paper presented at the annual conference of the International Association of Relationship Research, Rethymno, Crete, July 2006.  
R Oseguera, L., Hurtado, S., Denson, N., Cerna, O., & Saenz, V.  (2006).  The Characteristics and Experiences of Minority Freshmen Committed to Biomedical and Behavioral Science Research Careers  .  
Pr Hurtado, S., Chang, J., Saenz, V., Espinosa, L., Cabrera, N., & Cerna, O.  (2006).   Predicting Transition and Adjustment to College: Minority Biomedical and Behavioral Science Students’ First Year of College    
Pr Lindholm, J. A., Szelenyi, K., Bryant, A. N., & Calderone, S.  (2006).   Spirituality and the 'Typical' College Student: Examining Dimensions of Diversity and Resulting Institutional Implications Student Life Panel   Panel at the annual forum of the Association for Institutional Research, Chicago, IL, May 2006.  
Pr Saenz, V., Cabrera, N. & Espinosa, L.  (2006).   Factors contributing to positive first-year college experiences and degree persistence for Latinas/os at selective institutions.   Paper presented at the annual conference of the National Association of Chicana/Chicano Scholars, Guadalajara, MX, July 2006.  
Pr Saenz, V., Pryor, J. & Henning, G.  (2006).   Tracking college students over time: Using CIRP and CSS data for longitudinal assessment.   Presentation at the annual forum of the Association for Institutional Research, Chicago, IL, May 2006.  
Pr Griffin, Kimberly A.  (2006).   Choosing to walk the academic path: Factors that impact the career aspirations of underrepresented minority students.   Roundtable session at the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA, April 2006.  
Pr Park, J.  (2006).   Satisfaction with ethnic diversity for students at predominantly White institutions.   Paper discussion at the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA, April 2006.  
Pr Park, J. & Kim, Y.K.  (2006).   Understanding rates of student-faculty interaction for Asian American students.   Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA, April 2006.  
Pr Harper, C.E., Stolzenberg, E.B., & Gildersleeve, R.E.  (2006).   Promoting full community membership for students with disabilities.   Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, Washington, DC, March 2006.  
Pr Lindholm, J.A.  (2006).   Spirituality and the American college student.   Keynote address presented at the Intervarsity Annual Conference, St. Louis, MO, March 2006.  
Pr Saenz, V. & Santos, J.L.  (2006).   Reviewing thirty years of trends for Latina/o college students: Charting a new course for the raza cósmica.   Presentation at the annual conference of the American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education, San Antonio, TX, March 2006.  
Pr Saenz, V. & Vogelgesang, L.  (2006).   Assessing community engagement among college students: A profile of the first-year of college experiences for diverse racial/ethnic students.   Presentation at the annual meeting of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, Washington, DC, March 2006.  
Pr Lindholm, J.A.  (2006).   Meaning, purpose, and the American college freshman.   Plenary address presented at the 2006 Institute on College Student Values, Tallahassee, FL, February 2006.  
Pr Lindholm, J.A.  (2006).   Spirituality and undergraduate education.   Invited address presented at the 2006 Brown Symposium, "Gross National Well-being," hosted by Southwestern University, Georgetown, TX, February 2006.  
Pr Saenz, V. & Wolf, D.  (2006).   Findings from the 2005 YFCY survey: Exploring the critical issues of adjustment and satisfaction.   Presentation at the annual conference of the First Year Experience, Atlanta, GA, February 2006.  
Pr Hurtado, S., Pryor, J.  (2006).   The American Freshman: National Norms for 2005   Paper presented at the annual meeting for the Association of American College and Universities, Washington DC.  
J Chang, M., Denson, N., Saenz, V. & Misa, K. (2006).  The educational benefits of sustaining cross-racial interaction among undergraduates.  Journal of Higher Education, 77(3), 430-455.  
Pr Hurtado, S. & Pryor, J.H.  (2006).   The American freshman: National norms for 2005.   Presentation to the Association of American College and Universities, Washington, DC, January 2006.  
J Keup, J.R. (2006).  The impact of curricular interventions On intended second year re-enrollment.  Journal of College Student Retention: Research Theory and Practice, 7(1-2), 61-89.  
D Kim, Y.K. (2006).  Student-faculty interaction in college: Examining its causalities, predictors, and racial differences.  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  2006.)  
C Lindholm, J.A. (2006).  The American college student in the past, present, and future.  In J. Underwood and H. Lufler, Jr. (Eds.). Fostering Access and Persistence in Higher Education (pp. 65-98).  Madison, WI: Wisconsin Center for the Advancement of Postsecondary Education.  
B Lindholm, J.A., Astin, H.S. & Astin, A.W.  (2006).  Spirituality and the Professoriate  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
J Oseguera, L. (2006).  Four and six-year baccalaureate degree completion by institutional characteristics and racial/ethnic groups  Journal of College Student Retention, 7(1-2), 19-59.  
J Oseguera, L., Hurtado, S., Denson, N., Cerna, O., & Saenz, V. (2006).  The characteristics and experiences of minority freshmen committed to biomedical and behavioral science research careers.  Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering, 12(2-3), 155-177. doi: 10.1615/JWomenMinorScienEng.v12.i2-3.40.  
B Pryor, J.H., Hurtado, S., Saenz, V.B., Lindholm, J.A., Korn, W.S., & Mahoney, K.M.  (2006).  The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 2005  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
J Railsback, G.L. (2006).  A demographic description of Evangelicals attending secular and Christian colleges.  Christian Education Journal, 3(2), 278- 302.  
J Railsback, G.L. (2006).  An investigation of the faith commitment of Evangelical college students at secular and Evangelical colleges.  Journal of Research on Christian Education, .  
J Sax, L.J. & Bryant, A.N. (2006).  The impact of college on sex-atypical career choices of men and women.  Journal of Vocational Behavior, 68, 52-63.  
Pr Lindholm, J.A.  (2005).   Diversity and incoming college freshmen: Demographics, goals, attitudes, and interactions.   Report presented to a steering committee of Scripps College students, faculty, and administrators, Claremont, CA, December 2005.  
Pr Anderson, J. & Vogelgesang, L.  (2005).   Understanding and Strengthening Faculty and Student Engagement    
B Allen, W.R., Jayakumar, U.M., Griffin, K.A., Korn, W.S., & Hurtado, S.  (2005).  Black Undergraduates from Bakke to Grutter: Freshmen Status, Trends, and Prospects, 1971-2004  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
Pr Astin, H.S., Lindholm, J.A., Bryant, A.N. & Szélenyi, K.  (2005).   The spiritual life of college students.   Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the Association of the Study of Higher Education, Philadelphia, PA, November 2005.  
B Austin, A., Gappa, J., Trice, A., Trower, C., Leslie, D.W. & Lindholm, J.A.  (2005).    .  
Pr Bryant, A. & Astin, H.  (2005).   The causes and consequences of spiritual struggle during the college years.   Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association of the Study of Higher Education, Philadelphia, PA, November 2005.  
Pr Hurtado, S., Saenz, V., Oseguera, L., Chang, J., Cerna, O., Mosqueda, C., Denson, N. & Lopez, L.  (2005).   The pre-college characteristics and experiences of minority students committed to the biomedical and behavioral sciences.   Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association of the Study of Higher Education, Philadelphia, PA, November 2005.  
Pr Keup, J.  (2005).   Student expectations about college: Is the "freshman myth" alive and well?   Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association of the Study of Higher Education, Philadelphia, PA, November 2005.  
Pr Lindholm, J.A. & Szélenyi, K.  (2005).   Disciplinary differences in faculty use of student-centered pedagogy.   Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association of the Study of Higher Education, Philadelphia, PA, November 2005.  
J Lindholm, J.A., Bryant, A., Szélenyi, K. & Chambers, T. (2005).  The spiritual life of college students.  , .  
Pr Misa, K., Anderson, J., & Yamamura, E.  (2005).   The Lasting Impact of College on Young Adults' Civic and Political Engagement    
Pr Misa, K., Anderson, J.L. & Yamamura, E.  (2005).   The lasting impact of college on young adults' civic political engagement.   Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association of the Study of Higher Education, Philadelphia, PA, November 2005.  
Pr Nunez, A.M.  (2005).   Modeling college transitions of Latino students.   Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association of the Study of Higher Education, Philadelphia, PA, November 2005.  
Pr Saenz, V.  (2005).   Results of the 2005 YFCY survey: A spotlight on issues of student transition.   Presentation at the national conference on Students in Transition, Costa Mesa, CA, November 2005.  
Pr Vogelgesang, L., Denson, N. & Jayakumar, U.M.  (2005).   Understanding faculty engagement.   Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association of the Study of Higher Education, Philadelphia, PA, November 2005.  
Pr Lindholm, J.A.  (2005).   The American college student in the past, present, and future.   Invited address presented at the Wisconsin Center for the Advancement of Postsecondary Education, Madison, WI, October 2005.  
Pr Lindholm, J.A.  (2005).   Spirituality and student affairs practice.   Invited address presented at the 2005 Western Regional Careers in Student Affairs Day, Long Beach, CA, October 2005.  
Pr Saenz, V.  (2005).   The big picture: National trends of Latina/o college freshmen.   Invited session at the annual Tomas Rivera Policy Institute Education Conference, Los Angeles, October 2005.  
Pr Lindholm, J.A.  (2005).   The spiritual life of college students.   Invited address presented at Mount St. Mary's College Convocation, Los Angeles, September 2005.  
Pr Lindholm, J.A.  (2005).   Spirituality in higher education: Highlighting student and faculty perspectives.   Invited address presented at a listening hosted by the Teagle Foundation, Asheville, NC, September 2005.  
Pr Lindholm, J.A.  (2005).   Understanding the values and beliefs of today's college students and faculty.   Keynote address presented at the Annual Faculty Colloquy of Pacific Union College, Angwin, CA, September 2005.  
Pr Hurtado, S., Chang, J., Chang, M.  (2005).   Access to Resources: Pre-college Characteristics and Experiences of Underrepresented Minority Students in the Biomedical and Behavioral Sciences    
Pr Lindholm, J.A.  (2005).   The American college teacher and student: Perspectives on undergraduate education and beyond.   Invited address presented at Southern Utah University's Fall Faculty Colloquy, Cedar City, UT, August 2005.  
Pr Lindholm, J.A.  (2005).   From baby boomers to millennials: Trends among entering college students.   Invited address presented at Southern Utah University's Fall Colloquy for Academic Affairs and Administrative Personnel, Cedar City, UT, August 2005.  
R Hurtado, S., Cerna, O., Chang, J., Saenz, V., Lopez, L., Mosqueda, C., Oseguera, L., Chang, M., Korn, W.  (2005).  ASPIRING SCIENTISTS: Characteristics of College Freshmen Interested in the Biomedical and Behavioral Sciences  .  
Pr Lindholm, J.A.  (2005).   The American college freshman: 38-year trends in aspirations, expectations, values, attitudes, and beliefs.   Keynote address presented at the annual conference of the International Council on Hotel, Restaurant, & Institutional Education, Academic Deans and Directors Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, June 2005.  
Pr Lindholm, J.A.  (2005).   College students, college faculty, and spirituality: Examining what we know so far.   Keynote address presented at the Association for Christians in Student Development Conference, Newburg, OR, June 2005.  
Pr Lindholm, J.A.  (2005).   The spiritual lives of college students.   Plenary address presented at the 2005 Higher Education Data Sharing Consortium Summer Conference, Philadelphia, PA, June 2005.  
Pr Saenz, V., Ngai, H., Hurtado, S. & Mosqueda, C.  (2005).   Factors influencing positive interactions across race for African American, Asian American, Latino and White college students.   Paper presented at the annual forum of the Association for Institutional Research, San Diego, CA, June 2005.  
Pr Stolzenberg, E.B.  (2005).   Enhancing first-year assessment practices: Exploring the relationships between on-campus administration strategies and response rates.   Paper presented at the annual forum of the Association for Institutional Research, San Diego, CA, June 2005.  
Pr Sax, L. J.  (2005).   Using Entering Student Data to Estimate Campus Retention Rates Report: Spring 2005.   Paper presented at the annual meeting for the Association for Institutional Research, San Diego, CA.  
J Sax, L. J. & Harper, C. (2005).  Origins of the gender gap: Pre-college and college influences on the differences between men and women.  Submitted to Research in Higher Education, .  
Pr Denson, N. & Yamamura, E.  (2005).   Service and diverse interactions in college as predictors of civic engagement in the post-college years: Differences across institutional types.   Paper presented at the annual forum of the Association for Institutional Research, San Diego, CA, May 2005.  
Pr Hurtado, S., Saenz, V., Oseguera, L., Chang, J., Cerna, O., Mosqueda, C., Denson, N., & Lopez, L.  (2005).   Pre-college characteristics and experiences of minority students committed to the biomedical and behavioral Sciences.   Paper presented at the annual forum of the Association for Institutional Research, San Diego, CA, May 2005.  
Pr Oseguera, L. & Jayakumar, U.  (2005).   The implications of diversity on civic engagement: How institutions can engender socially responsible citizenship.   Paper presented at the annual forum of the Association for Institutional Research, San Diego, CA, May 2005.  
Pr Oseguera, L., Gunty, M.L., Marquez Hall, S. & Wernig, S.R.  (2005).   2005 MISSION: Improve Higher Education. The CIRP Freshman Survey, YFCY, & CSS: Using Longitudinal Data to Assess Student Change and Development in College Student Learning and Outcomes.   Panel presented at the annual forum of the Association for Institutional Research, San Diego, CA, May 2005.  
R Vogelgesang, L. & Astin, A.  (2005).  Post-College Civic Engagement Among Graduates  .  
R Astin, A.  (2005).  Volunteering and Community Involvement Declines After Students Leave Collge  .  
Pr Denson, N., Vogelgesang, L., & Saenz, V.  (2005).   Can Service Learning and a College Climate of Service Lead to Increased Political Engagement After College?   Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada, April 2005.  
Pr Misa, K. & Anderson, J.  (2005).   Conceptualizing, Measuring and Understanding Students’ Post-College Civic Engagement: What we know about the impaction of service-learning.    
Pr Hurtado, S., Saenz, V., Denson, N., Locks, A.M. & Oseguera, L.  (2005).   Political attitudes and voting behavior: Predicting the potential influence of young voters in the 2004 elections.   Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada, April 2005.  
Pr Lindholm, J.A.  (2005).   Disciplinary differences in the scholarship of teaching.   Roundtable session presented at the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) "Pedagogies of Engagement: Deepening Learning In and Across the Disciplines" Conference, Bethesda, MD, April 2005.  
Pr Lindholm, J.A.  (2005).   Meaning, purpose, and spirituality: Exploring the inner lives of college students and faculty.   Keynote address presented at Seattle University's Mission Day event, Seattle, WA, April 2005.  
Pr Lindholm, J.A.  (2005).   The spiritual lives of college freshmen.   Plenary address presented at the annual meeting of the Association of Presbyterian Colleges and Universities, Charleston, SC, April 2005.  
Pr Wang, H.  (2005).   Factors that impact college students' academic self-confidence.   Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal, Canada, April 2005.  
Pr Braskamp, L.A., Ferrari, J.R. & Lindholm, J.A.  (2005).   Spirituality in academics: Data driven directions with faculty, staff, and students.   Panel session presented at the 2005 Institute of College Student Values, Tallahassee, FL, February 2005.  
Pr Lindholm, J.A.  (2005).   College students' beliefs and values: New findings from the 2004 CIRP/CSBV Freshman Survey.   Plenary address presented at the 2005 Institute on College Student Values, Tallahassee, FL, February 2005.  
Pr Mattis, C. & Reese, J.  (2005).   A collaborative approach to major/career selection and confirmation.   Paper presented at the annual conference on the First-Year Experience, Phoenix, Arizona, February 2005.  
Pr Saenz, V.  (2005).   A profile of Latinas/os during college.   Presentation at the California Chicano-Latino Intersegmental Convocation, San Francisco, CA, February 2005.  
R Lindholm, J.A., Astin, H.S., & Astin, A.W.  (2005).  Spirituality and the Professoriate: A National Study of Faculty Beliefs, Attitudes, and Behaviors  .  
D Amelink, C.T. (2005).  Predicting academic success among first-year, first generation students.  (Doctoral dissertation, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University,  2005.)  
B Astin, A.W. & Oseguera, L.  (2005).  Degree Attainment Rates at American Colleges and Universities. Revised Edition  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
B Astin, A.W., Astin, H.S., Lindholm, J.A. & Bryant, A.N.  (2005).  The Spiritual Life of College Students: A National Study of College Students' Search for Meaning and Purpose.  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
R Astin, A.W., Astin, H.S., Lindholm, J.A., & Bryant, A.N.  (2005).  The Spiritual Lives of College Students: A National Study of Students’ Search for Meaning and Purpose  .  
C Cole, D. & Jackson, J. (2005).  Racial integration in higher education and students' educational satisfaction 50 years beyond Brown.  In Byrne, Dara N. (Eds). Brown v. Board of Education: Its Impact on Public Education 1954-2004 (pp. 249-270).  New York: NY, The Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Fund.  
J Hurtado, S., Saenz, V., & Oseguera, L. (2005).  Losing ground? Exploring racial/ethnic enrollment shifts in freshman access to selective institutions.  A roundtable paper commissioned by the Harvard Civil Rights Project, .  
J Lindholm, J.A. (2005).  Spirituality, religion, and the undergraduate college student: Examining beliefs and behaviors.  Koinonia Journal, .  
B Lindholm, J.A. & Szelenyi, K.  (2005).  Race and Ethnicity in the American Professoriate, 2001-2002  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
B Lindholm, J.A., Szelenyi, K., Hurtado, S. & Korn, W.S.  (2005).  The American College Teacher: National Norms for the 2004-2005 HERI Faculty Survey  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
Pr Sax, L.J.  (2005).   Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory & Practice.   Special Issue on Utilizing Entering Student Data to Enhance the Study of College Retention (Guest Editor).  
J Sax, L.J., Bryant, A.N. & Harper, C. (2005).  The differential effects of student-faculty interaction on college outcomes for women and men.  Journal of College Student Development, 46(6), 642-659.  
B Sax, L.J., Hurtado, S., Lindholm, J.A., Astin, A.W., Korn, W.S., & Mahoney, K.M.  (2005).  The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 2004  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
J Woosley, S.A. (2005).  Survey response and its relationship to educational outcomes among first-year college students.  Journal of College Student Retention: Research Theory and Practice, 6(4), 413-423.  
Pr Nunez, A.M., McDonough, P.M., Solorzano, D., and Ceja, M.  (2004).   Ethnicities and Latina/o college choice.   Presentation at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Kansas City, MO, November 2004.  
Pr Oseguera, L. & Saenz, V.  (2004).   Latino and African-American students during the critical first college year.   Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Kansas City, MO, November 2004.  
Pr Saenz, V. & Oseguera, L.  (2004).   First-year of college experiences of Latina/o students: Policy implications for persistence and success.   Symposium at the Association for the Study of Higher Education Forum on Policy in Higher Education, Kansas City, MO, November 2004.  
R Saenz, V., Hurtado, S., Denson, N., Locks, A.M., Oseguera, L.  (2004).  Trends in political attitudes and voting behavior among college freshmen and early career college graduates: What issues could drive this election?  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute.  
J Antonio, A.L. (2004).  The influence of friendship groups on intellectual self-confidence and educational aspirations in college  Journal of Higher Education, 75(4), 446-471..  
Pr Mehta, S. & Enger, K.  (2004).   Transforming first year college experience Through a unique learning community.   Paper presented at the American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, Salt Lake City, UT, June 2004.  
Pr McDonough, P.M., Nunez, A.M., Ceja, M., and Solorzano, D.  (2004).   Building models of Latino/a college choice.   Presentation at the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA, April 2004.  
J Chang, M.J., Astin, A.W., & Kim, D. (2004).  Cross-racial interaction among undergraduates: Some causes and consequences.  Research in Higher Education, 45(5), 529-553.  
J Feldman, K.A., Smart, J.C. & Ethington, C.A. (2004).  What do college students have to lose? Exploring the outcomes of differences in person-environment fits.  Journal of Higher Education, 75(5), 528-555.  
B Sax, L.J., Lindholm, J.A., Astin, A.W., Korn, W.S., Saenz, V.B., & Mahoney, K.M.  (2004).  The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 2003  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
J Teranishi, R.T., Ceja, M., Antonio, A.L., Allen, W.R. & McDonough, P.M. (2004).  The college-choice process for Asian Pacific Americans: Ethnicity and socioeconomic class in context.  Review of Higher Education, 27(4), 527-551.  
Pr McDonough, P.M., Nunez, A.M., Ceja, M., and Solorzano, D.  (2003).   A model of Latino college choice.   Presentation at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Portland, OR, November 2003.  
Pr Teranishi, R. & Ceja, M.  (2003).   Perspectives on access and equity in U.S. higher education for Asian Americans.   Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Portland, OR, November 2003.  
R Astin, A.W., Astin, H.S., & Lindholm, J.A.  (2003).  A Summary of Initial Findings from Pilot Survey 2000-2003  .  
J Bryant, A.N., Choi, J.Y. & Yasuno, M. (2003).  Understanding the religious and spiritual dimensions of students' lives in the first year of college.  Journal of College Student Development, 44(6), 723-745.  
B Keup, J.R. & Stolzenberg, E.B.  (2003).  The 2003 Your First College Year (YFCY) Survey: Exploring the Academic and Personal Experiences of First-Year Students.  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
J Sax, L.J., Gilmartin, S.K., & Bryant, A.N. (2003).  Assessing response rates and nonresponse bias in web and paper surveys.  Research in Higher Education, 44(4), 409-432.  
B Sax, L.J., Lindholm, J.A., Astin, A.W., Korn, W.S., & Mahoney, K.M.  (2003).  The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 2002  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
J Walpole, M. (2003).  Socioeconomic status and college: How SES affects college experiences and outcomes.  Review of Higher Education, 27(1), 45-73.  
B Astin, A.W., Oseguera, L., Sax, L.J., & Korn, W.S.  (2002).  The American Freshman: Thirty-Five Year Trends  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
Pr Krause, K.L., McInnis, C. & Welle, C.  (2002).   Student engagement: The role of peers in undergraduate student experience.   Paper presented at the annual conference of the Society for Research in Higher Education, Glasgow, Scotland, December 2002.  
J Gurin, P., Dey, E. L., Hurtado, S., and Gurin, G. (2002).  Diversity and higher education: Theory and impact on educational outcomes  Harvard Educational Review, 72, (3), 330-366..  
B Lindholm, J. A., Szelenyi, K., Hurtado, S., Korn, W. S.  (2002).  The American College Teacher: National Norms for 2001-02 HERI Faculty Survey report  .  
Pr Thorpe, S.W.  (2002).   Online student evaluation of instruction: An investigation of non-response bias.   Paper presented at the annual forum of the Association for Institutional Research Toronto, Canada, June 2002.  
Pr Rasmussen, C.  (2002).   An assessment of the relative influence of environmental, behavioral, and attitudinal aspects of the pre-college experience in determining students' long-term goals and aspirations.   Paper presented at the annual forum of the Association for Institutional Research, Toronto, Canada, June 2002.  
D Bacolod, M. (2002).  The impact of expanding opportunities for women on the decline in U.S. teacher supply and quality, 1940-1990.  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  2002.)  
J Chang, M.J. (2002).  The impact of an undergraduate diversity course requirement on students’ racial views and attitudes  Journal of General Education, 51(1), 21-42.  
J Kim, M.M. (2002).  Historically Black vs. White institutions: Academic development among Black students.  Review of Higher Education, 25(4), 385-407.  
J Lee, J.J. (2002).  Religion and college attendance: Change among students.  Review of Higher Education, 25(4), 369-384.  
J Outcalt, C.L., & Skewes-Cox, T.E. (2002).  Involvement, interaction, and satisfaction: The human environment at HBCUs.  Review of Higher Education, 25(3), 331-347.  
B Sax, L.J., Lindholm, J.A., Astin, A.W., Korn, W.S., & Mahoney, K.M.  (2002).  The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 2001  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
J Antonio, A.L. (2001).  Diversity and the influence of friendship groups in college.  Review of Higher Education, 25(1), 63-89.  
J Feldman , K.A., Ethington, C.A. & Smart, J.C. (2001).  A further investigation of major field and person-environment fit: Sociological versus psychological interpretations of Holland's theory.  Journal of Higher Education, 72(6), 670-698.  
J Kim, M. (2001).  Institutional effectiveness of women-only colleges: Cultivating students' desire to influence social conditions.  Journal of Higher Education, 72(3), 287-321.  
J Kim, M.M. (2001).  Institutional effectiveness of women-only colleges: Cultivating students’ desire to influence social conditions  Journal of Higher Education, 72(3), 287-321.  
B Sax, L.J., Astin, A.W., Korn, W.S., & Mahoney, K.M.  (2001).  The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 2000.  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
J Toutkoushian, R.K. & Smart, J.C. (2001).  Do institutional characteristics affect student gains from college?  Review of Higher Education, 25(1), 39-61.  
B Astin, A. W., Vogelgesang, L. J., Ikeda, E. K., Yee, J. A.  (2000).  How Service Learning Affects Students  .  
J Berger, J.B. (2000).  Organizational behavior at colleges and student outcomes: A new perspective on college impact.  Review of Higher Education, 23(2), 177-198.  
J Bonous-Hammarth, M. (2000).  Pathways to success: Affirming opportunities for science, mathematics, and engineering majors.  Journal of Negro Education, 69(1/2), 92-111.  
J Sax, L.J. (2000).  Undergraduate science majors: Gender differences in who goes to graduate school.  Review of Higher Education, 24(2), 153-172.  
B Sax, L.J., Astin, A.W., Korn, W.S., & Mahoney, K.M.  (2000).  The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 1999.  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
J Vogelgesang, L. & Astin, A.A. (2000).  Comparing the effects of community service and service learning  Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 7, 25-34.  
D Arredondo, M. (1999).  First-Generation College Students At A Selective, Four-Year Institution: Transition To College, Adjustment In College, And Self-Image.  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1999.)  
J Feldman , K.A., Smart, J.C. & Ethington, C.A. (1999).  Major field and person-environment fit: Using Holland's theory to study change and stability of college students.  Journal of Higher Education, 70(6), 642-669.  
J Koch, G. E., & Nelson, K. H. (1999).  Assessing trends in student attitudes using CIRP data, 1985-1994.  Journal of the First-Year Experience & Students in Transition, 11(1), 7-24.  
J Sax, L.J., Astin, A.W. & Avalos, J. (1999).  Long-term effects of volunteerism during the undergraduate years.  Review of Higher Education, 22(2), 187-202.  
B Sax, L.J., Astin, A.W., Korn, W.S., & Mahoney, K.M.  (1999).  The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 1998.  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
B Sax, L.J., Astin, A.W., Korn, W.S., & Gilmartin, S.K.  (1998).  The American College Teacher: National Norms for 1998-99 HERI Faculty Survey report.  .  
J Astin, A.W. & Sax, L.J. (1998).  How undergraduates are affected by service participation  Journal of College Student Development, 39(3), 251-263.  
D Antonio, A.L. (1998).  The Impact Of Friendship Groups In A Multicultural University.  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1998.)  
J Leslie, L.L., McClure, G.T., & Oaxaca, R.L. (1998).  Women and minorities in science and engineering: A life sequence analysis.  Journal of Higher Education, 69(3), 239-276.  
J Milem, J.F. (1998).  Attitude change in college students: Examining the effect of college peer groups and faculty normative groups.  Journal of Higher Education, 69(2), 117-140.  
B Sax, L.J., Astin, A.W., Korn, W.S., & Mahoney, K.M.  (1998).  The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 1997.  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
B Astin, H. S., Antonio, A. L., Cress, C. m., Astin, A. W.  (1997).  Race and Ethnicity in the American Professoriate, 1995-96.  .  
B Astin, A.W., Parrott, S.A., Korn, W.S. & Sax, L.J.  (1997).  The American Freshman: Thirty Year Trends.  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
J Dey, E.L. (1997).  Undergraduate political attitudes: Peer influence in changing social contexts.  Journal of Higher Education, 68(4), 398-413.  
J Dey, E.L. (1997).  Working with low survey response rates: The efficacy of weighting adjustments.  Research in Higher Education, 38(2), 215-227.  
J McDonough, P.M., Korn, J.S. & Yamasaki, E. (1997).  Access, equity, and the privatization of college counseling.  Review of Higher Education, 20(3), 297-317.  
B Sax, L.J., Astin, A.W., Korn, W.S., & Mahoney, K.M.  (1997).  The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 1996.  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
Pr Chang, M.J.  (1996).   Race identity and race relations in higher education: Fraternity and sorority membership among students of color   Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Memphis, TN, October 31-November 3, 1996.  
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Pr McDonough, P.M. & Antonio, A.L.  (1996).   Ethnic and racial differences in selectivity of college choice   Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY, April 8-13, 1996.  
D Avalos, J. (1996).  The Effects Of Time-To-Degree Completion, Stopping Out, Transferring, And Reasons For Leaving College On Students' Long-Term Retention, Educational Aspirations, Occupational Prestige And Income.  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1996.)  
B HERI  (1996).  A Social Change Model of Leadership Development.  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
D Korn, J.S. (1996).  Another Dimension Of Campus Date Rape: The College Community Reaction  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1996.)  
B Sax, L.J., Astin, A.W., Korn, W.S., & Mahoney, K.M.  (1996).  The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 1995.  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
D Villalpando, O. (1996).  The Long-Term Effects Of College On Chicano And Chicana Students' "Other-Oriented" Values, Service Careers, And Community Involvement  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1996.)  
B Astin, A.W., Korn, W.S., Sax, L.J., & Mahoney, K.M.  (1995).  The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 1994.  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
J Jacobs, J.A. (1995).  Gender and academic specialties: Trends among recipients of college degrees in the 1980s.  Sociology of Education, 68(2), 81-98.  
J Kim, M. & Alvarez, R. (1995).  Women-only colleges: Some unanticipated consequences.  Journal of Higher Education, 66(6), 641-668.  
J Long, J.E. (1995).  The effects of tastes and motivation on individual income.  Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 48(2), 338-351.  
J Smith, D.G., Wolf, L.E., & Morrison, D.E. (1995).  Paths to success: Factors related to the impact of women's college.  Journal of Higher Education, 66(3), 245-266.  
B Astin, A.W., Korn, W.S., & Riggs, E.R.  (1994).  The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 1993.  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
D Clausen, L.R. (1994).  Retrospective Study Of Preoptometry College Freshmen: The Effects Of Student And College Characteristics On Career Goal Attainment  (Doctoral dissertation, Harvard University,  1994.)  
D Fisher, N.M. (1994).  The Long Term Effects Of Undergraduate Student Involvement Experiences On Cognitive And Affective Outcomes For Selected College Graduates At A Southern California University  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1994.)  
D Heath, T.M. (1994).  The Development Of Self-Concept Among African American And White College Students And Its Relationship To Retention And Educational Aspirations  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1994.)  
D Higgind, J.E. (1994).  A Cross Institutional Analysis Of Stress, Job Satisfaction, And Caring In The Master's Prepared Nursing Faculty  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1994.)  
D Moriarty, D.M. (1994).  Leadership And The College Experience: Changes In Undergraduate's Perception Of Their Leadership Ability  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1994.)  
D Railsback, G.L. (1994).  An Exploratory Study Of The Religiosity And Related Outcomes Among College Students  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1994.)  
D Sax, L.J. (1994).  The Dynamics Of 'Tokenism': How College Students Are Affected By The Proportion Of Women In Their Major  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1994.)  
J Sax, L.J. (1994).  Mathematical self-concept: How college reinforces the gender gap  Research in Higher Education, 35(2), 141-166.  
J Smith, D.G., Morrison, D.E., & Wolf, L.E. (1994).  College as a gendered experience: An empirical analysis using multiple lenses.  Journal of Higher Education, 65(6), 696-725.  
D Sundt, M.A. (1994).  Identifying The Attitudes And Beliefs That Accompany Sexual Harassment  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1994.)  
D Wakai, S.T. (1994).  Barriers To And Facilitators Of Feminist Pedagogy In College And University Teaching  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1994.)  
D Wu, D.C.C. (1994).  Who Seeks Help In College  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1994.)  
B Dey, E.L., Ramirez, C.E., Korn, W.S., & Astin, A.W.  (1993).  The American College Teacher: National Norms for 1992-93 HERI Faculty Survey report  .  
B Astin, A.W.  (1993).  What Matters in College? Four Critical Years Revisited  San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.  
J Astin, A.W. (1993).  Diversity and multiculturalism on the campus. How are students affected?  Change, 25(2), 44-49.  
D Ballard, K.R. (1993).  The Relationship Of Involvement In College Activities To Persistence Towards Bachelor's Degree Completion In Nursing  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1993.)  
D Chen, Y. (1993).  The Effects Of Background Characteristics And College Experiences On Military Career Choice And Personal Development Of Rotc Cadets  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1993.)  
B Dey, E.L., Astin, A.W., Korn, W.S., & Riggs, E.R.  (1993).  The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 1992.  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
D Franklin, M. (1993).  The Effects Of Differential College Environments On Academic Learning And Student Perceptions Of Cognitive Development  (Doctoral dissertation, The University Of Nebraska-Lincoln,  1993.)  
J Phillips, C.P. & Asbury, C.A. (1993).  Parental divorce/separation and the motivational characteristics and educational aspirations of African American university students.  Journal of Negro Education, 62(2), 204-210.  
D Schiff, T.W. (1993).  Political Identification And Political Attitudes Of American College Students  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1993.)  
D Theroux, N.L. (1993).  Birth Order And Its Relationship To Academic Achievement And Selected Personal Traits  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1993.)  
B Hurtado, S.  (1992).  National Hispanic Scholar Awards Program Evaluation Final Report.  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
D Anaya, G. (1992).  Cognitive Development Among College Undergraduates.  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1992.)  
B Astin, A.W., Dey, E.L., Korn, W.S., & Riggs, E.R.  (1992).  The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 1991.  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
D Evans-Laying, M.S. (1992).  A Society At Risk? The Impact Of Involvement In Different College Environments, Subenvironments, And Experiences On Undergraduate Student Self-Orientation And Other-Orientation  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1992.)  
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J Hurtado, S. (1992).  The campus racial climate: Contexts of conflict.  Journal of Higher Education, 63(5), 539-569.  
D Lewallen, W.C. (1992).  Persistence Of The 'Undecided': The Characteristics And College Persistence Of Students Undecided About Academic Major Or Career Choice  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1992.)  
D Milem, J.F. (1992).  The Impact Of College On Students' Racial Attitudes And Levels Of Racial Awareness And Acceptance  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1992.)  
D Rea, D.G. (1992).  Student Characteristics, Institutional Characteristics, And Undergraduate Achievement: A Study Of Virginia Tech, 1985 To 1989  (Doctoral dissertation, Virginia Polytechnic Institute And State University,  1992.)  
D Trevino, J.G. (1992).  Participation In Ethnic/Racial Student Organizations  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1992.)  
D Valbuena, A. (1992).  Predictive Models For Undergraduate Admissions Decision Support Systems: A Test And Comparison Of Statistical And Artificial Intelligence Techniques In Predicting First-Year Persistence  (Doctoral dissertation, The Pennsylvania State University,  1992.)  
B Astin, A.W., Korn, W.S., & Berz, E.R.  (1991).  The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 1990.  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
D Dey, E.L. (1991).  Perceptions Of The College Environment: An Analysis Of Organizational, Interpersonal, And Behavioral Influences  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1991.)  
B Dey, E.L., Astin, A.W., & Korn, W.S.  (1991).  The American Freshman: Twenty-Five Year Trends.  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
J Easterlin, R.A. & Crimmins, E.M. (1991).  Private materialism, personal self-fulfillment, family life, and public interest: The nature, effects, and causes of recent change in the values of American youth.  Public Opinion Quarterly, 55(4), 499-533.  
D Heer, K.R. (1991).  The Characteristics Of Beginning Students In The Ministerial Training Programs Of The Wesleyan Church  (Doctoral dissertation, Ball State University,  1991.)  
B Higher Education Research Institute.  (1991).  The American College Student, 1989: National Norms for the 1985 and 1987 Freshman Classes.  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
J Long, J.E. & Caudill, S.B. (1991).  The impact of participation in intercollegiate athletics on income and graduation.  Review of Economics and Statistics, 73(3), 525-531.  
D Morgan, N.N. (1991).  Race And Gender Differences In Support Of Collective Bargaining By College And University Faculty  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of Cincinnati,  1991.)  
D Opp, R.D. (1991).  The Impact Of College On Nte Performance  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1991.)  
J Pascarella, E.T. & Smart, J.C. (1991).  Impact of intercollegiate athletic participation for African-American and Caucasian men: Some further evidence  Journal of College Student Development, 32(2), 123-130.  
J Stoecker, J.L. & Pascarella, E.T. (1991).  Women's colleges and women's career attainments revisited.  Journal of Higher Education, 62(4), 394-406.  
D Twede, K.A. (1991).  Baccalaureate Transfers: An Exploration Of Factors That Influence Transferring  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1991.)  
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J Astin, H.S. (1990).  Educating women: A promise and a vision for the future.  American Journal of Education, 98(4), 479-493.  
D Atakpu, P.O. (1990).  Student Typology And Involvement As A Measure Of Student Growth, Retention And Performance In Higher Education.  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of Minnesota,  1990.)  
D Bently, R.J. (1990).  Faculty Research Performance Over Time And Its Relationship To Sources Of Grant Support  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of Michigan,  1990.)  
D Cashion, C.F. (1990).  Retention Of Baccalaureate Nursing Students  (Doctoral dissertation, Syracuse University,  1990.)  
D Hanson, A.C. (1990).  Academic Dishonesty: The Impact Of Student And Institutional Characteristics On Cheating Behavior  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1990.)  
D Hurtado, S. (1990).  Campus Racial Climates And Educational Outcomes  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1990.)  
D Johmston, D.R. (1990).  A Profile Of The Characteristics Of Entering Freshman Agriculture Majors At Community Colleges Of West Texas  (Doctoral dissertation, Texas Tech University,  1990.)  
D Leiter, M.C. (1990).  Who Are Our Nation's Future Teachers: A Study Of The Self-Concepts Of Beginning Education Students  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of South Carolina,  1990.)  
D Ryan, F.J. (1990).  Influences Of Intercollegiate Athletic Participation On The Psychosocial Development Of College Students  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1990.)  
J Smith, D.J. (1990).  Women’s colleges and coed colleges: Is there a difference for women?  Journal of Higher Education, 61(2), 181-197.  
D Stoecker, J.L. (1990).  The Effect Of Institutional Gender On Women's Attainments  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of Illinois At Chicago,  1990.)  
D Thompson, C.J. (1990).  Predicting Involvement And Educational Attainment: A Comparative Study Of Black And White College Students  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1990.)  
B Astin, A.W., Green, K.C., Korn, W.S., Schalit, M., & Berz, E.R.  (1989).  The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 1988.  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
D Beuthin, T.M. (1989).  A Study Of Tinto's Model Of Student Departure At A Residential, Church-Affiliated, Liberal Arts College  (Doctoral dissertation, Michigan State University,  1989.)  
D Deppe, M.J. (1989).  The Impact Of Racial Diversity And Involvement On College Students' Social Concern Values  (Doctoral dissertation, Claremont Graduate School,  1989.)  
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D Kocher, E.W. (1989).  The Effects Of Institutional Transfer On Status Attainment  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of Illinois At Chicago,  1989.)  
J Opp, R. D. (1989).  Freshmen interest in teaching: Recent trends.  Journal of Teacher Education, 40(4), 43-48.  
J Pascarella, E.T., Smart, J.C., & Stoecker, J. (1989).  College race and the early status attainment of Black students.  Journal of Higher Education, 60(1), 82-107.  
D Phillips, C.P. (1989).  The Relationship Between Parental Divorce/ Separation And Selected Academic, Personality, And Socio-Emotional Characteristics In A Sample Of Black University Freshmen  (Doctoral dissertation, Howard University,  1989.)  
D Shepard, C.F. (1989).  College Dropout: An Examination Of Two Schools Of Thought  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1989.)  
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J Pascarella, E.T., Ethington, C.A., & Smart, J.C. (1988).  The influence of college on humanitarian/civic involvement.  Journal of Higher Education, 59(4), 412-437.  
D Terrell, P.S. (1988).  Utilization And Effectiveness Of The Cooperative Institutional Research Program Freshman Survey And Its Impact On Participating Institutions  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of Kentucky,  1988.)  
B Astin, A.W., Green, K.C., & Korn, W.S.  (1987).  The American Freshman: Twenty Year Trends.  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
B Astin, A.W., Green, K.C., Korn, W.S., & Schalit, M.  (1987).  The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 1986.  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
D Clower, J.S. (1987).  A Comparative Study Of Values Of Student Personnel Administrators And College Students In The United States  (Doctoral dissertation, Florida State University,  1987.)  
J Cutler, S.J. (1987).  The A.C.E. Freshman Survey as a baseline instrument for survey projects in research methods courses.  Teaching Sociology, 15(2), 121-127.  
D King Dunbar, H.M. (1987).  The Relationship Of Selected Institutional And Personal Characteristics To The Marketing Attitude Of Community College Faculty  (Doctoral dissertation, University of Maryland College Park,  1987.)  
D Moncher, G.R. (1987).  The Bible College And American Moral Culture  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Berkeley,  1987.)  
J Pascarella, E.T., Smart, J.C., Ethington, C.A., & Nettles, M.T. (1987).  The influence of college on self-concept: A consideration of race and gender differences.  American Educational Research Journal, 24(1), 49-77.  
J Smart, J.C. & Pascarella, E.T. (1987).  Influences on the intention to reenter higher education.  Journal of Higher Education, 58(3), 306-322.  
D Tusin, L.F. (1987).  The Relationship Of Academic And Social Self-Concepts With Women's Choice Of Teaching As A Career: A Longitudinal Model  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of Illinois At Chicago,  1987.)  
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J Jacobs, J.A. (1986).  The sex-segregation of fields of study: Trends during the college years.  Journal of Higher Education, 57(2), 134-154.  
D Rorving, D.R. (1986).  Major Field Change Of College Students: Academic And Sociological Correlates (North Dakota)  (Doctoral dissertation, The University Of North Dakota,  1986.)  
J Smart, J.C. & Pascarella, E.T. (1986).  Socioeconomic achievements of former college students.  Journal of Higher Education, 57(5), 529-549.  
J Solmon, L.C. & La Porte, M.A. (1986).  The crisis of student quality in higher education.  Journal of Higher Education, 57(4), 370-392.  
B Astin, A.W., Green, K.C., Korn, W.S., & Maier, M.J.  (1985).  The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 1984.  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
D Gille, S.V. (1985).  The Influence Of Social And Academic Integration And Use Of Campus Services On Freshman Attrition  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of Missouri - Kansas City,  1985.)  
J Green, K. C., & Astin, A. W. (1985).  The mood on campus: More conservative or just more materialistic?  Educational Record, 66(1), 45-48.  
D Hedlund, J.B. (1985).  Entering Freshmen Input At The University Of Maine At Orono: A Conceptualization Of The Relationship Between Personality Preference And Motivation, Influences, Goals/Values, And Potential Involvement  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of Maine,  1985.)  
J Pascarella, E.T. (1985).  Students' affective development within the college environment.  Journal of Higher Education, 56(6), 640-663.  
B Astin, A.W., Green, K.C., Korn, W.S., & Maier, M.J.  (1984).  The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 1983.  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
J Hearn, J.C. (1984).  The relative roles of academic, ascribed, and socioeconomic characteristics in college destinations.  Sociology of Education, 57(1), 22-30.  
J Leslie, L.L. (1984).  Changing patterns in student financing of higher education.  Journal of Higher Education, 55(3), 313-346.  
J Pascarella, E.T. (1984).  College environmental influences on students' educational aspirations.  Journal of Higher Education, 55(6), 751-771.  
B Astin, A.W., Hemond, M.K., & Richardson, G.T.  (1983).  The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 1982.  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
J Astin, H.S. & Kent, L. (1983).  Gender roles in transition: Research and policy implications for higher education.  Journal of Higher Education, 54(3), 309-324.  
D Mattox, V.R. (1983).  A Study Of A Means For The Early Identification Of Potential College Dropouts  (Doctoral dissertation, The Ohio State University,  1983.)  
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D Brown, D.A. (1982).  A Comparative Analysis Of Bible College Quality   (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1982.)  
D McNamara, P.P. (1982).  American Indians In Higher Education: A Longitudinal Study Of Progress And Attainment  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1982.)  
B Astin, A.W., King, M.R., & Richardson, G.T.  (1981).  The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 1980.  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
J Dawkins, M.P. & Kinloch, G.C. (1981).  Black students and the labor market: An analysis of occupational expectations.  Journal of Black Studies, 12(1), 107-116.  
D Hall Lebel, A.A. (1981).  The Part-Time Student In Higher Education Institutions: An Heuristic Approach To Redefinition  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1981.)  
D Randall White, B.A. (1981).  Selected Background Variables As They Influence The Choice Of A College Major  (Doctoral dissertation, The University Of Michigan,  1981.)  
D Sullivan, J.M. (1981).  Women's Career Aspirations: A National Survey Of Traditional And Non-Traditional Aspirations Of College Freshmen  (Doctoral dissertation, Florida State University,  1981.)  
D Walker, M.A. (1981).  The Effects Of Education: An Informational Approach  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1981.)  
B Astin, A.W., King, M.R., & Richardson, G.T.  (1980).  The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 1979.  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
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D Cox, M.L. (1980).  Characteristics Of Students Attending Proprietary Schools And Factors Influencing Their Institutional Choice  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1980.)  
D Rowe, R.L. (1980).  A Case Study Of Maharishi International University: An Innovative Institution Of Higher Education  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Santa Barbara,  1980.)  
D Scherrei, R.A. (1980).  A National Study Of Catholic Students Entering Colleges: Their Abilities, Aspirations And Attitudes As Compared To Other Students And As Determinants Of Catholic Choice  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1980.)  
J Tierney, M.L. (1980).  The impact of financial aid on student demand for public/private higher education.  Journal of Higher Education, 51(5), 527-545.  
B Astin, A.W., King, M.R., & Richardson, G.T.  (1979).  The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 1978.  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
B Astin, A.W., King, M.R., & Richardson, G.T.  (1978).  The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 1977.  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
D Christian, C.E. (1978).  Patterns Of College Experience: An Empirical Typology Of Students And College Interaction  (Doctoral dissertation, University Of California, Los Angeles,  1978.)  
B Astin, A.W., King, M.R., & Richardson, G.T.  (1977).  The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 1976.  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
J Bayer, A.E. (1977).  Sexual permissiveness and correlates as determined through interaction analyses.  Journal of Marriage and the Family, 39(1), 29-40.  
B Astin, A.W., King, M.R., & Richardson, G.T.  (1976).  The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 1975.  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
J Bayer, A.E. & Dutton, J.E. (1976).  Trends in attitudes on political, social, and collegiate issues among college students: Mid-1960s to mid-1970s.  Journal of Higher Education, 47(2), 159-171.  
B Astin, A.W., King, M.R., Light, J.M., & Richardson, G.T.  (1975).  The American Freshman: National Norms for Fall 1974.  Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA.  
J Bayer, A.E. (1975).  Faculty composition, institutional structure, and students' college environment.  Journal of Higher Education, 46(5), 549-565.  
J Petersen, K.K. & Dutton, J.E. (1975).  Centrality, extremity, intensity: Neglected variables in research on attitude-behavior consistency.  Social Forces, 54(2), 393-414.  
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