Research in Higher Education Journal
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Volume 27 - January, 2015:
DPersonal-interpersonal competence assessment: A self-report instrument for student development; Craig R. Seal, California State University, San Bernardino; Krystal Miguel, Claremont Graduate University; Abdulaziz Alzamil,
California State University, San Bernardino; Stefanie E. Naumann, University of the Pacific; Joanna Royce-Davis, Pacific Lutheran University; Donald Drost, California State University, San Bernardino.
Developing preservice teachers’ self-efficacy through field-based science teaching practice with elementary students; Ingrid M. Flores, California State University San Marcos.
Investing in yourself: one university’s leadership models; Olivia Rivas, The University of Texas at Brownsville; Irma S. Jones, The University of Texas at Brownsville.
Lessons learned: Creating an online business degree from a successful on-campus business degree; William P. Cordeiro, California State University Channel Islands; Dennis Muraoka, California State University Channel Islands.
Aligning sales curriculum content and pedagogy with practitioners’ needs; Robert Newberry, Winona State University; Marianne K. Collins, Winona State University.
Predicting social trust with binary logistic regression; Joseph Adwere-Boamah, Alliant International University; Shirley Hufstedler, Alliant International University.
Factors of one-year college retention in a public state college system; James DeNicco, University of Tampa; Paul Harrington, Drexel University; Neeta Fogg, Drexel University.
Volume 26 - October, 2014:
Fixing advising: a model for faculty advising; Robert M. Crocker, Stephen F. Austin State University; Marlene Kahla, Stephen F. Austin State University; Charlotte Allen, Stephen F. Austin State University.
Toward a common understanding of research-based instructional strategies; Deborah Goodwin, Texas A & M - Commerce; Mary Ann Webb, Texas A & M - Commerce.
From periphery to core: the increasing relevance of experiential learning in undergraduate business education; Laurin Hodge, Johns Hopkins University; Karen L. Proudford, Morgan State University; Harry Holt, Jr., Morgan State University.
An examination of the impact of early intervention on learning outcomes of at-risk students; Yi Zhang, Prairie View A&M University; Qiang Fei, Prairie View A&M University; Munir Quddus, Prairie View A&M University; Carolyn Davis, Prairie View A&M University.
Do MOOCs pose a threat to higher education?; Todd A. Finkle, Gonzaga University; Evan Masters, Gonzaga University.
Educational decisions and academic achievement: A focus on Mexican American students; Mary Ruth Fernandez, Our Lady of the Lake University – San Antonio, Texas; Norma Guzman, Texas A&M University – Kingsville.
Teaching principles of management through experiential and service learning; Omid Furutan, University of La Verne.
Building character through literacy with children’s literature; Gina M. Almerico, The University Of Tampa.
Engaging students in online courses; Pearl Jacobs, Sacred Heart University
Resiliency, self-efficacy, and persistence of college seniors in higher education; Kristopher K. Garza, Texas A&M University-Kingsville; Steve F. Bain, Texas A&M University-Kingsville; Lori Kupczynski, Texas A&M University-Kingsville.
Male-female student retention in HBCUs: A comparative analysis of sample data across five colleges; Fidel Ezeala-Harrison, Jackson State University.
Current literacy skills, practices, and dispositions of teachers: a case study; Mona N. Al Nassir, University of Northern Iowa.
Volume 25 - September, 2014:
The success of nontraditional college students in an IT world; Amy R. Henson, Mineral Area College.
Ubuntu-praxis: re-modelling the balanced scorecard model at a university, an Afrocentric perspective; Gladys Ruvimbo Ndoda, Chinhoyi University of Technology; Mike Nyamazana Sikwila, Chinhoyi University of Technology.
The DiaCog: A Prototype Tool for Visualizing Online Dialog Games’ Interactions; Ilker Yengin, A*STAR, Institute of High Performance Computing, Singapore; Bojan Lazarevic, Mount Saint Mary College, NY, USA.
Promoting Hispanic student retention in two Texas community colleges; Karissa R. Samuel, Mesquite, Texas ISD; Joyce A. Scott, Texas A&M University-Commerce.
The relationships among teachers' perception of university partnership and the factors of student support and teacher affiliation; Lydia Medina Devia, Texas A&M University-Kingsville; Linda Faye Garza, Texas A&M University-Kingsville; Norma Brewster Siagan, Texas A&M University-Kingsville; Joy Hill Lea, Texas A&M University-Kingsville; Marie Anne Mundy, Texas A&M University-Kingsville.
A guided empowerment self-audit as a school improvement strategy; Charity Fleming Smith, Fetterman & Associates; Debbie Goodwin, Fetterman & Associates.
Describing the labor sectors in Jordan - the factors that attract
employees from graduated students’ perspectives; Dalal Mohamad AL-Zou'bi, Albalqa Applied University, Jordan.
Toward achievement in the “Knowledge Economy” of the 21st
Century: Preparing students through T-STEM academies; Alberto Gonzales, Texas A&M University - Kingsville; Don Jones, Texas A&M University - Kingsville; Alberto Ruiz, Texas A&M University - Kingsville.
Why some students study abroad and others stay; David Deviney, Tarleton State University; Tony Vrba, Regis University; LaVelle Mills, West Texas A&M University; Elizabeth Ball, Tarleton State University.
College readiness; Marisa Chapa, Texas A&M University-Kingsville; Vanessa Galvan-De Leon, Texas A&M University-Kingsville; Judith Solis, Texas A&M University-Kingsville; Marie-Anne Mundy, Texas A&M University-Kingsville.
Comparing teachers’ paradigms with the teaching and learning paradigm of their state’s teacher evaluation system; Deborah Goodwin, Texas A & M - Commerce; Mary Ann Webb, Texas A & M - Commerce.
Committee effectiveness in higher education: The strengths and weaknesses of group decision making
; Stephen B. Bates, Holy Family University.
Volume 24 - August, 2014:
Student motivational profiles in an introductory MIS course: An exploratory cluster analysis; Klara Nelson, The University of Tampa.
A critical analysis of anti-discrimination law and microaggressions in academia; Robin Lukes, St. Catherine University; Joann Bangs, St. Catherine University.
Equality under the Law; Lemondra V. Hamilton, University of Memphis.
Liability of college faculty and administrators; Patricia S. Wall, Middle Tennessee State University; Lee Sarver, Middle Tennessee State University.
Effectiveness indicators as interpreted by the subcultures of a higher education institution; Maribell Reyes Millán, Tecnológico de Monterrey; Eduardo Flores Kastanis, Universidad Autónoma de Chihuahua; Manuel Flores Fahara, Tecnológico de Monterrey.
Modeling of students’ profile and learning chronicle with data cubes; Ade G. Ola, Virginia State University; Xue Bai, Virginia State University; Emmanuel E. Omojokun, Virginia State University.
Research, higher education and the quality of teaching: Inquiry in a Japanese academic context; Fatima H. Eid,
Secretariat-General of the Higher Education Council, Kingdom of Bahrain.
What do you mean you never got any feedback?; Irma S. Jones, University of Texas at Brownsville; Dianna Blankenship, University of Texas at Brownsville.
Teachers’ perspective on using technology as an instructional tool; Leavery Y. Jefferson Davidson, Walden University;
Martha Richardson, Walden University; Don Jones, Texas A&M University - Kingsville.
Using derivatives to hedge interest rate risk: A student exercise; Jeff Donaldson, University of Tampa; Donald Flagg, University of Tampa.
Sustaining college students’ persistence and achievement through exemplary instructional strategies; Ruben Gentry
Jackson State University.
Impact of technology based instruction on speech competency
and presentation confidence levels of Hispanic college students; Marie-Anne Mundy, Texas A&M University Kingsville; Andres Padilla Oviedo, Texas A&M University Kingsville; Juan Ramirez, Texas A&M University Kingsville; Nick Taylor, Texas A&M University Kingsville; Itza Flores, Texas A&M University Kingsville.
Volume 23 - April, 2014:
Applying the Quality Matters (QM)™ Rubric to improve online business course materials; Dexter R. Woods, Jr., Ohio Northern University.
Segmenting the Net-Generation: embracing the next level of technology; Russell K. Smith, Winona State University.
Salary, space, and satisfaction: an examination of gender differences in the sciences; Marjorie Darrah, West Virginia University; James Hougland, University of Kentucky; Barbara Prince, West Virginia University.
A report on a ten year old public university; William P. Cordeiro, California State University; Dennis Muraoka, California State University.
Quality assurance in higher education in Zimbabwe; Evelyn Chiyevo Garwe; Zimbabwe Council for Higher Education.
Holistic initiatives for enhancing graduate employability in Zimbabwe; Evelyn Chiyevo Garwe; Zimbabwe Council for Higher Education.
Something old, something new: MBA program evaluation using shift-share analysis and Google Trends; Sarah M. Davis, Providence College; A.E. Rodriguez, University of New Haven.
A Revised Pilot Study Examining the Effects of the Timing and Size of Classes on Student Performance in Introductory Accounting Classes; David E. Morris, Sr., University of North Georgia; John Scott, University of North Georgia.
Does gender play a role in the acceptance of e-textbooks by students?; Sean Marston, Western Kentucky University; Evelyn Thrasher, Western Kentucky University; Mark Ciampa, Western Kentucky University.
Adequacy model for school funding; Guy Banicki, Illinois State University; Gregg Murphy, Illinois State University.
Lives in context: Facilitating online, cross-course, collaborative service projects; Susan A. Elwood; Texas A&M University Corpus Christi.
Moral disengagement in business and humanities majors: An exploratory study; Suzanne N. Cory, St. Mary’s University; Abigail R. Hernandez, St. Mary’s University.
Volume 22 - February, 2014:
Integrating teacher- and peer-assessments of group coursework assignments in business education: some innovative methods; Okey Peter Onyia, Lindenwood University.
Comparing discussion and lecture pedagogy when teaching oral communication in business course; Yao Dai, Heidelberg University.
Predicting public confidence in higher education institutions: An analysis of social factors; B. Tom Hunsaker, Thunderbird School of Global Management; Douglas E. Thomas, University of New Mexico.
Study of citizen competences among students of a private university in Mexico; Eloisa Heredia Escorza, Tecnologico de Monterrey; Yolanda Heredia Escorza, Tecnológico de Monterrey;Graciela Medina-Aguilar, Tecnológico de Monterrey; Mary Ana Cordero-Diaz, Tecnológico de Monterrey; Roman Martinez Martinez, Tecnológico de Monterrey; Sergio Alberto Lopez Leon, Tecnológico de Monterrey.
The costs of remedial and developmental education in postsecondary education; Maria Emilia Martinez, New Mexico State University; Steve Frank Bain, Texas A&M University-Kingsville.
The effect of institutional leadership on quality of higher education provision; Evelyn Chiyevo Garwe,
Zimbabwe Council for Higher Education (ZIMCHE).
The effect of principal’s leadership style on school environment and outcome; Eissa Al-Safran, Kuwait University; David Brown, The University of Tulsa; Alexander Wiseman, Lehigh University.
An application of the seven principles of good practice to online courses; Karen L. Hathaway, Capella University.
PowerPoint®: It’s not “Yes” or “No” – it’s “When” and “How”; Lois A. Jordan, University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee; Raymond Papp, The University of Tampa.
Development of the learning result of innovation and information technology in education using CIPPA, for third year students in the Bachelor of Education Program, Nakhon Phanom University; Chanwit Hanrin, Nakhon Phanom University Thailand.
An empirical investigation of student satisfaction with college courses; Jollean K. Sinclaire, Arkansas State University.
First-year experiences of associate deans: a qualitative, multi-institutional study; Gary W. White, University of Maryland.
Volume 21 - August, 2013:
Determinants of students’ academic performance in four selected accounting courses at University of Zimbabwe; Loveness Nyikahadzoi, University of Zimbabwe; Wilson Matamande, University of Zimbabwe; Ever Taderera, Midlands State University; Elinah Mandimika, University of Zimbabwe.
Comparing teacher dispositions in China and the USA; Kun Shao, Webster University; Roy Tamashiro, Webster University.
The challenges of online courses for the instructor; Pearl Jacobs, Sacred Heart University.
Community college adjunct faculty inclusion: Variations by institution type
; Suzann H. Spaniel, Navarro College; Joyce A. Scott, Texas A&M University-Commerce.
The effect of leadership on service delivery in universities; Promise Zvavahera, Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources Management.
Teaching in higher education: is there a need for training in pedagogy in graduate degree programs?; Terrell E. Robinson, Tallahassee Community College; Warren C. Hope, Florida A&M University.
Can “collegiality” be measured?: Further validation of a faculty assessment model of discretionary behaviors; Tammy Schimmel, The University of Tampa; Pattie C. Johnston, The University of Tampa; Mike Stasio, The University of Tampa.
The impact of inflation on endowment assets; Kathryn Birkeland, University of South Dakota; David L. Carr, University of South Dakota; Angeline M. Lavin, University of South Dakota.
Examining antecedents of satisfaction for marketing/management students in higher education; Monica B. Fine, Coastal Carolina University; Paul W. Clark, Coastal Carolina University.
Quantitative analysis of variables affecting nursing program completion at Arizona State University; Cheryl Herrera, Arizona State University.
College students’ evaluation of effective teaching: Developing an instrument and assessing its psychometric properties; Hamzeh Dodeen, United Arab Emirates University.
Precursors of professionalism in college seniors: Influence of major, gender, and institution; Lana S. Nino, Whittier College.
Volume 20 - June, 2013:
Highlighting the need for further response to intervention research in general education; Sara McDaniel, The University of Alabama; Kizzy Albritton, Georgia State University; Andrew Roach, Arizona State University.
Pursuing benefit or avoiding detriment? Term-time job selection of sports major undergraduates; Huan-Hung Wu, National Chiayi University; Shan-Hua Chen, National Chiayi University.
Evaluation of outcome-based learning in an undergraduate English language program; WANG Lixun, The Hong Kong Institute of Education.
Determining a relationship between higher education financial position and tuition discount rates; Julianna Browning, California Baptist University.
Summer Coursework and Completing College; Paul Attewell, City University of New York; Sou Hyun Jang, City University of New York.
Is acceptance of e-textbooks discipline-dependent? Comparing business and non-business student perceptions; Mark Ciampa, Western Kentucky University; Evelyn Thrasher, Western Kentucky University; Sean Marston, Western Kentucky University; Mark Revels, Western Kentucky University.
Embedding international experiences in business curriculum design: cultivating a study abroad program; Jeffry Babb, West Texas A&M University; Lynsee A. Womble, West Texas A&M University; De’Arno De’Armond, West Texas A&M University.
Issues in institutional benchmarking of student learning outcomes using case examples; Thomas P. Judd, United States Military Academy; Christopher Pondish, City University of New York; Charles Secolsky, Savoy, Illinois.
Comparing current students to a pre-Millennial generation: are they really different?; Michael A. Yahr, Robert Morris University; Kurt Schimmel, Slippery Rock University.
Enhancing self-awareness: Integrating Himalayan art in a career planning class; Michelle Wang, Borough of Manhattan Community College.
Development of a multidimensional thinking styles scale based on theory of mental self–government for sixth grade students; Niorn Chaiyapornpattana, Prachabumrung School, Thailand; Suwimon Wongwanich, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand.
Tracing inclusion: determining teacher attitudes; Brenda E. Logan, Armstrong Atlantic State University; Gregory Wimer, Armstrong Atlantic State University.
Volume 19 - April, 2013:
A survey of educational data-mining research; Richard A. Huebner, Norwich University.
Using logistic regression for validating or invalidating initial statewide cut-off scores on basic skills placement tests at the community college level; Charles Secolsky, County College of Morris; Sathasivam 'Kris' Krishnan, The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey; Thomas P. Judd, United States Military Academy.
Software applications course as an early indicator of academic performance; Harry C. Benham
Montana State University; Agnieszka Bielinska-Kwapisz, Montana State University; F. William Brown, Montana State University.
Dishonesty and cheating in a Federal Service Academy: toleration is the main ingredient; Frederick V. Malmstrom, University of the Rockies; R. David Mullin, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.
Restructuring pre-service teacher education to respond to increasing student diversity; Trish Stoddart
University of California Santa Cruz; Marco Bravo, San Francisco State University; Eduardo Mosqueda, University of California Santa Cruz; Jorge Solis, University of Texas, San Antonio.
An evaluation of “Forests of the World”, a Project Learning Tree secondary module; Cynthia Ghent, Towson University; Giavanna Parmer, Towson University; Sarah Haines, Towson University.
Organizational effectiveness evaluation for higher education institutions, ministry of tourism and sports; Chanita Kraipetch, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand; Sirichai Kanjanawasee, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand; Apipa Prachyapruit, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand.
Factors related to the adoption of IT emerging technologies by research and non-research based higher education institutions; Keri Ann Then, University of Redlands; Pesi Amaria, Management Consultants.
Measuring diversity of university enrollments:the generalized variance approach
; Joseph Adwere-Boamah, Alliant International University.
An analysis of foster care placement history and post-secondary graduation rates
; Angelique Day, Wayne State University ; Amy Dworsky, University of Chicago; Wenning Feng
Michigan State University.
Modeling preferential admissions at elite liberal arts colleges; Sally Cockburn, Hamilton College; Gordon Hewitt, Hamilton College; Timothy Kelly, Hamilton College.
Mentoring for new-hire success in any profession; Charles K. Runyan, Pittsburg State University.
Volume 18 - December, 2012:
Using state assessments for teaching English language learners; John Luster, National University.
Student engagement and course registration methods as possible predictors of freshman retention; Laura H. Bass, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga; Angela S. Ballard, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
Is higher education following the path set by health care in the U.S.?; Beth Castiglia, Felician College.
School counselors: a review of contemporary issues; Steve F. Bain, Texas A&M University-Kingsville.
Student gender and perceptions of teaching effectiveness; Angeline Lavin, University of South Dakota; Leon Korte, University of South Dakota; Thomas Davies, University of South Dakota.
Higher education and efficiency in Europe: A comparative analysis; Rosario Sánchez-Pérez, University of Valencia.
Science exploratoriums: Connecting pre-service teachers, practicing teachers, students, and university science educators; Ingrid M. Flores, California State University San Marcos.
Entrepreneurial creativity as a convergent basis for teaching business communication; Richard T. Grenci, John Carroll University.
Making college a success by assessing and navigating candidates’ study habits; Ruben Gentry, Jackson State University.
Rounding” with students: A model for class advising and leadership building; Kerry K. Fierke, University of Minnesota, Duluth.
”A framework for the development of strategies administrative of higher education institutions for the three southern border provinces in Thailand: An emphasis for sustainable development and the Asian community; Danuvat Suwanvong, Prince of Songkla University; Bussabong Chaijaroenwattana, Prince of Songkla University.
How does the economic crisis affect the psychological well-being? Comparing college students and employees; Kathrin Wetzel, Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg, Germany; Anne Mertens, Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg, Germany; Heinke Röbken, Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg, Germany.
Volume 17 - September, 2012:
Calculus and success in a business school; Dong-gook Kim, Dalton State College; Fernando Garcia, Dalton State College; Ishita Dey, University of Georgia.
Pair teaching of ICT in higher education: a multi-perspective reflection; H. W. Pretorius, University of Pretoria; A. A. Steyn, University of Pretoria; R. D. Johnson, University of Pretoria.
How many attempts until success in some core 1st. year disciplines?; Graça Leão Fernandes, ISEG-Technical University of Lisbon; João Andrade e Silva, ISEG-Technical University of Lisbon; Margarida Chagas Lopes, ISEG-Technical University of Lisbon.
Reflections on a pilot project: removing the “dis” from disability; Michelle J. Yee, University of San Francisco.
The Pacific Oaks College’s PRISM Principles professional development approach; Kalani Beyer, Pacific Oaks College.
Bound by tradition? Peer review and new scholarship: An institutional case study; Barbara Jo White, Western Carolina University; Laura Cruz, Western Carolina University; Jill Ellern, Western Carolina University; George Ford, Western Carolina University; Hollye Moss, Western Carolina University.
Leadership: building a team using structured activities; Olivia Rivas, The University of Texas at Brownsville; Irma S. Jones, The University of Texas at Brownville.
Don’t waste your time teaching in an on-line environment; Bernie L. Potvin,
Ambrose University College.
Peer assessments of GPW: Infusing fairness into students’ assessments of peer contributions; Okey Peter Onyia, Lindenwood University; Stephanie Allen, Bournemouth University.
An integrated performance-based budgeting model for Thai higher education
; Nantarat Charoenkul, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand; Pruet Siribanpitak, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand.
Conceptualization of service-learning as an educational approach in the curriculum: a case study; M. C Maphalala, University of South Africa.
Reflective experiences of Post Graduate Certificate in Education students during teaching practice; Taole MJ, University of South Africa.
Volume 16 - July, 2012:
Wisdom from Warren Buffett; Todd A. Finkle, Gonzaga University; Paul F. Buller, Gonzaga University.
Development of a measure of students’ expectations of advising; Eileen Hogan, Kutztown University; Thomas Grant, Kutztown University, Elizabeth Rogol, Kutztown University.
Using feedback and ePortfolios to support professional competence in healthcare learners; Susi Peacock, Queen Margaret University; Alison Scott, Queen Margaret University; Sue Murray, Queen Margaret University; Kate Morss, Queen Margaret University.
Alternative conceptions held by first year physics students at a South African university of technology concerning interference and diffraction of waves; A. Coetzee, Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa; S.N. Imenda, University of Zululand, South Africa.
Systems-designed graduate program review; Rebecca M. J. Wells, University of Dayton; Charles E. Wells, University of Dayton.
The pros and cons of education budget cuts: An investigative study; Phillip D. Coleman, Western Kentucky University; Rhonda Walker, Western Kentucky University; Lincoln Lawrence, Western Kentucky University.
Changing teacher beliefs about promoting literacy in content area classes; Barbara Glaeser, California State University-Fullerton; Marilyn Leuer, California State University-Fullerton; Maria Grant, California State University-Fullerton.
Number sense of pre-service teachers; Yea-Ling Tsao, Minnesota State University Mankato.
Involuntary departure of Texas public school principals; Elva Jimenez Davila, Corpus Christi Independent School District; Glenda Holland, Texas A&M University – Kingsville; J. Don Jones, Texas A&M University – Kingsville.
The impact of intellectual heterogeneity on academic performance in business education ; Agnieszka Bielinska-Kwapisz, Montana State University, Bozeman; F. William Brown, Montana State University, Bozeman.
University outreach programs: service to the surrounding communities while developing faculty; W. Mark Hearn, Jacksonville State University; James L. Thomas, Jacksonville State University; Richard Cobb,
Jacksonville State University.
Management information systems development for the Office of the President Nakhon Phanom University; Prayoon Teppitaksak, Mahasarakham University; Kowat Tesaputa, Mahasakham University; Surithong Srisa-ard, Mahasarakham University.
Volume 15 - March, 2012: (order printed edition)
Impact of the University of Swaziland on national economic development efforts; Mukole Kongolo, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú.
How important is service in the promotion and tenure process?; Chris Luchs, Ball State University; Suzanne Seymoure, Ball State University; Walter Smith, The University of Tampa.
Predicting student success by mining enrolment data; Zlatko J. Kovacic,
Open Polytechnic, Wellington, New Zealand.
Revisiting the readability of management information systems journals again; Joseph Otto, California State University, Los Angeles; Parviz Partow-Navid, California State University, Los Angeles; Mohit Doshi, California State University, Los Angeles.
Student stress in a quarter system- an Ernest Stringer method action research report; Laura Pohopien, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.
Institutional type preferences of South African higher education students; M. Kongolo, University of Swaziland, Swaziland; S.N. Imenda, University of Zululand, South Africa.
Performance-based reward for teachers: teachers’ perceptions of their motivation; Hyun-Jun Joo, Daegu National University of Education, Republic of Korea; Ssang-cheol Lee, Pusan National University, Republic of Korea; Sung-soo Jung, Inje University, Republic of Korea.
Clinical experience for teacher candidates: taking preparation beyond the four walls; Ruben Gentry,
Jackson State University.
University curriculum and the fight against corruption; Omid Furutan, University of La Verne.
Relationship of the strategic vision alignment to employee productivity and student enrollment; Stephanie T. Cato, Walden University; Jean Gordon, Walden University.
Undergraduate experiential learning in the natural sciences at a Hispanic serving institution;La Vonne Fedynich, Texas A&M University-Kingsville; Diana Doan-Crider, Texas A&M University; Alan Fedynich, Texas A&M University-Kingsville.
The relationship between classroom computer technology and students’ academic achievement; Eissa Alsafran, Kuwait University; David S. Brown, The University of Tulsa.
Volume 14 - December, 2011: (order printed edition)
Assessing the impacts of experiential learning on teacher classroom practice; Michael P. Marlow, University of Colorado Denver; Brad McLain, University of Colorado Denver.
Comparing student and faculty - perceptions related to academic freedom protection; De Vee Dykstra, University of South Dakota; David Moen, University of South Dakota; Thomas Davies, University of South Dakota.
Secondary content area reading: challenging sell for professors in teacher education programs; Gina M. Almerico, The University of Tampa.
Managing the demands of accreditation: the impact on global business schools; Janet L. Kourik, Webster University; Peter E. Maher, Webster University; Benjamin O. Akande, Webster University.
Success rates of online versus traditional college students; Dawn Wilson, Fayetteville State University; David Allen, Fayetteville State University.
Aligning career and technical education; Ed Workman, Northern Kentucky University; Joyce Stubbs, Morehead State University.
Graduate student preference for instructor feedback in MBA distance education; Morgan Shepherd, University of Colorado at Colorado Spring.
Local grade inflation and local proportion of withdrawals; Jonathan Kuhn, Purdue University North Central; Aaron Warren, Purdue University North Central; Diane Maletta, University of Notre Dame; Alan Branford, The Flinders University of South Australia.
Validation of a self-report instrument to assess social and emotional development; Craig R. Seal, California State University, San Bernardino; Kenneth L. Beauchamp, University of the Pacific; Krystal Miguel, Claremont Graduate University; Amy N. Scott, University of the Pacific; Stefanie E. Naumann, University of the Pacific; Qingwen Dong, University of the Pacific; Suzanne Galal, University of the Pacific.
Assurance of learning in short-term, study abroad programs; Mary L. Tucker, Ohio University; Nicole L. Gullekson, University of Wisconsin – La Crosse; Jim McCambridge, Colorado State University.
Blending quantitative and qualitative research for college planning; Chuck McIntyre, Computer-Aided Planning.
Assessing mental health needs of rural schools in South Texas: Counselors’ perspectives; Steve F. Bain, Texas A&M University-Kingsville; Breeze Rueda, Texas A&M University-Kingsville; Jennifer Mata-Villarreal, Texas A&M University-Kingsville; Marie-Anne Mundy, Texas A&M University-Kingsville.
Volume 13 - October, 2011: (order printed edition)
The construction and development of indicators of learning organization at higher educational institutions emphasizing graduate production and social development; Chanwit Hanrin, Nakhonphanom University of Thailand; Pissamai Sri-Amphai, Nakhonphanom University of Thailand; Karn Ruangmontri, Nakhonphanom University of Thailand; Tharinthorn Namwan, Nakhonphanom University Thailand.
Assessing a theoretical model on EFL college students; Yu-Ping Chang, Yu Da University, Taiwan.
The role of the European inspections in the European educational space – echoes from Portugal regarding the assessment of schools; Estela Costa, University of Lisbon; Ana Márcia Pires, Portuguese Inspectorate of Education.
Why teaching? Motivations influencing beginning teachers’ choice of profession and teaching practice; Laurie-Ann M. Hellsten, University of Saskatchewan; Michelle P. Prytula, University of Saskatchewan.
Teacher education: from education to teacher substance and practice; Vera Lucia Felicetti, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul at Brazil & University of Texas at Austin.
Examining differentiated instruction: Teachers respond; Brenda Logan, Armstrong Atlantic State University.
The relationship between optimism and engagement: the impact on student performance; Bobby Medlin, University of Arkansas Fort Smith; Larry Faulk, University of Arkansas Fort Smith.
Development of an instructional quality assurance model in nursing science
; Haruthai Ajpru, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand; Shotiga Pasiphol, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand; Suwimon Wongwanich, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand.
Business schools and resources constraints: A task for deans or magicians?
; Fernando A. D’Alessio, CENTRUM Católica Business School; Beatrice Avolio, CENTRUM Católica Business School & Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú.
Books and balls: antecedents and outcomes of college identification
; Thomas Porter, University of North Carolina Wilmington; Katherine Hartman, University of North Carolina Wilmington; John Seth Johnson, University of North Carolina Wilmington.
Conflicts in higher education and perceived quality of education: empirical evidence from Pakistan; Uzma Mukhtar,University of Balochistan, Quetta, Pakistan; Zohurul Islam, Bangladesh Public Administration Training Centre (BPATC), Savar, Dhaka, Bangladesh; Sununta Siengthai, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand.
Minorities in higher education: A pipeline problem?; Beheruz N. Sethna, The University of West Georgia.
Volume 12 - August, 2011: (order printed edition)
International students’ participation in Chinese cultural activities and their Chinese proficiency; Hsiaowen Huang, Chang Jung Christian University, Taiwan; Yongsheng Chang.
Academic development practices at Fort Hare University: an epitome of university access; Alfred Makura, University of Fort Hare; Melanie Skead, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University; Kenneth Nhundu, University of Fort Hare.
Mentoring the successful graduate student of tomorrow; LaVonne Fedynich, Texas A&M University-Kingsville; Steve F. Bain,
Texas A&M University-Kingsville.
Development of an evaluation system of research performance by applying the outcome mapping approach: a case study of faculty of liberal arts and science, Nakhon Phanom University, Thailand; Sun Thongyot, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand; Nuttaporn Lawthong, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand; Sirichai Kanjanawasee, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand.
Goals and objectives of successful adult degree-completion students; Amy Denise Johnson, East Tennessee State University; Donald W. Good, East Tennessee State University.
An evaluation study of a college success course as a counseling intervention; Melissa Reyes Martinez, South Texas College; Cheryl L. Kelsey, Texas A&M University-San Antonio; Michelle Stallone Brown, Walden University.
Pre-service teacher dispositions at work; Gina M. Almerico, The University of Tampa.
Five key ingredients for improving student motivation; Kaylene Williams, California State University, Stanislaus; Caroline Williams, University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Picturing college access providers in Virginia: Navigating the methodological and epistemological challenges of GIS mapping ; Nathan F. Alleman, Baylor University; L. Neal Holly, The College of William and Mary.
Differences in Fraternal Organization Members’ Self-perceived Leadership Growth Levels ; Laici R. Wedel, Texas A&M University; Ann C. Goodman, Texas A&M University; Wenjuan Chen, Texas A&M University; Gary Wingenbach, Texas A&M University.
Adaptation of outcome-based learning in an undergraduate English education programme ; Wang Lixun, Hong Kong Institute of Education.
Adult learning styles and on-line educational preference; James McGlone, Liberty University.
Volume 11 - June, 2011: (order printed edition)
Dispositions assessment in teacher education: developing an assessment instrument for the college classroom and the field; Gina Almerico, The University of Tampa; Pattie Johnston, The University of Tampa; Deanna Henriott, The University of Tampa; Mykel Shapiro, The University of Tampa.
Changing recruitment patterns: A longitudinal analysis of business professors in Germany; Heinke Roebken, University of Wuppertal/Germany.
Academic program portfolio model for universities: Guiding strategic decisions and resource allocations; Rebecca Wells, University of Dayton; Charles Wells, University of Dayton.
A study of motivational factors for accounting educators: What are their concerns?
; Akhilesh Chandra, The University of Akron; William D. Cooper, North Carolina A&T State University; Michael F. Cornick, Winthrop University; Charles F. Malone, North Carolina A & T State University.
Transdisciplinary higher education curriculum: a complicated cultural artifact
; Eunsook Hyun, University of Massachusetts Boston.
Work experience and learning: a case study of MBA students
; Ahmad Sharbatoghlie, Sharif University of Technology ; Mohsen Mosleh, Sharif University of Technology; Seyed Hossein Emami, Sharif University of Technology.
Honors program learning community outcomes among first-year university students
; Ellen H. Reames, Auburn University; Obiora Anekwe, Tuskegee University; Chih-hsuan Wang, Auburn University; James E. Witte, Auburn University.
Critical role of the dominant coalition in higher education marketing strategy formulation
; Michael Mulnix, Kaplan University; Kevin Cojanu, Kaplan University; Susan B. Pettine, Kaplan University.
Assessing academic performance through study abroad: Benefits of the experience
; Justin Holoviak, Shippensburg University; Thomas Verney, Shippensburg University; Anthony Winter, Shippensburg University; Stephen Holoviak, Penn State University.
A case study of peer tutoring program in higher education
; Chen, Ching, National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan; Liu,Chang-Chen, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan.
Experiential learning: Assessing value of three summer field course
; Michael P. Marlow, University of Colorado Denver.
Student satisfaction with online learning: Lessons from organizational behavior
; Jollean K. Sinclaire, Arkansas State University.
Volume 10 - March, 2011: (order printed edition)
The development and application of the meta-evaluation standards for Thai higher education institutions; Sirinthorn Sinjindawong, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand; Nuttaporn Lawthong, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand; Sirichai Kanjanawasee, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand.
Service learning for accounting students: what is the faculty role?; Victoria Calvert, Mount Royal University; Rafik Kurji, Mount Royal University; Shiraz Kurji, Mount Royal University.
Techniques to engage the online learner; Virginia Junk, University of Idaho; Nancy Deringer, University of Idaho; William Junk, University of Idaho.
Hot and easy in Florida: The case of economics professors; Oliver Schnusenberg, The University of North Florida; Cheryl Froehlich, The University of North Florida.
A critical review of research on technology-based training in business organizations; Marzieh Saghafian, Simon Fraser University.
Social emotional development: a new model of student learning in higher education; Craig Seal, University of the Pacific; Stefanie Naumann, University of the Pacific; Amy Scott, University of the Pacific; Joanna Royce-Davis, University of the Pacific.
Credit cards and student interest: a financial literacy survey of college students; Kelly Lalonde, Saint Anselm College; Amy Schmidt, Saint Anselm College.
The higher education workplace: meeting the needs of multiple generations; Maureen Hannay, Troy University; Cherie Fretwell, Troy University.
An assessment of the relationship between the faculty performance in teaching, scholarly endeavor, and service at Qatar University; Lina Omar Hassna, Qatar Foundation; Syed Raza, Qatar University.
Students’ perceptions of university education – USA vs. China; Hongjiang Xu, Butler University.
Effects of motivational psychology characteristics factors on teachers’ classroom action research performance
; Direk Suksunai, ChulalongkornUniversity, Thailand; Nonglak Wiratchai, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand; Tisana Khemmani, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand.
Influence of mathematics and reading scores on type of college attended; Roger Wojtkiewicz, Ball State University.
Volume 9 - October 2010: (order printed edition)
GPS in the classroom: using rubrics to increase student achievement; Amy Vandenberg, St. Norbert College; Matthew Stollak, St. Norbert College; Linda McKeag, St. Norbert College; Doug Obermann, St. Norbert College.
Using text data mining techniques for understanding free-style question answers in course evaluation forms; Amr Abd-Elrahman, University of Florida; Michael Andreu, University of Florida; Tiffany Abbott, University of Florida.
Communication and conflict: anxiety and learning; Peter Cowden, Niagara University.
Fulltime faculty perceptions of leadership in adjunct faculty to maintain Franciscan identity; Scott Ballantyne, Alvernia University; Beth Berret, Alvernia University; William Harst, Alvernia University.
The South Africa project, aviation educational initiative; Rhett Yates, Jacksonville University.
Scholarly activity of successful business researchers in the tertiary sector; Adrian France, Waikato Institute of Technology (Wintec).
The effects of emotional intelligence, age, work experience, and academic performance; Natalie Shipley, NexTech Systems; Mary Jo Jackson, University of South Florida St. Petersburg; Sharon Larisa Segrest, University of South Florida St. Petersburg.
Surprises learned from course evaluations; Wei-Kian Chen, Ohio Northern University; Won-Sun Chen, SEGi University College, Malaysia.
Campus perceptions of fair use violations: implications for university policy development; Raymond Papp, The University of Tampa; Erika Matulich, The University of Tampa; Melissa Walters, The University of Tampa; Robert McMurrian, The University of Tampa.
The importance of university web pages in selecting a higher education institution; Kurt Schimmel, Robert Morris University; Darlene Motley, Robert Morris University; Stanko Racic, Robert Morris University; Gayle Marco, Robert Morris University; Mark Eschenfelder, Robert Morris University.
Developing a web explicit research strategy theory in African universities: a cross-comparison of specific regional efforts through an analysis of research web-pages; Kitawi Alfred Kirigha, Strathmore University, Nairobi, Kenya; Neema-Abooki, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda.
Centering the business capstone course on the banking crisis: concrete integrated pedagogy; Khalid Razaki, Dominican University; Wayne Koprowski, Dominican University; Peter Alonzi, Dominican University; Robert Irons, Dominican University.
Volume 8 - August, 2010: (order printed edition)
Students’ beliefs and attitudes about a business school’s academic advising process; M. Wayne Alexander, Minnesota State University Moorhead; Deborah Kukowski, Minnesota State University Moorhead, Lee Dexter, Minnesota State University Moorhead.
Entrepreneurial postures and psychological traits: the sociological influences of education and environment ; Donatus Okhomina, Fayetteville State University.
ELL shadowing: Strengthening pedagogy and practice with pre-service and inservice teachers ; Ivannia Soto-Hinman, Whittier College.
The effects of students’ knowledge and attitude on the classroom performance; Ulysses Brown, III, Savannah State University; Yonpae Park, Savannah State University; Sungwoo Jung, Columbus State University.
The effects of beliefs about language learning and learning strategy use of junior high school EFL learners in remote districts; Ching-yi Chang, Leader University, Taiwan; Ming-chang Shen, Leader University, Taiwan.
Why states should require a teaching performance assessment and a subject matter assessment for a preliminary teaching credential; John Luster, National University.
Memory functioning in post-secondary students with learning disabilities; Martin Mrazik, University of Alberta; Stephanie Bender, School District No. 62 (Sooke, British Columbia); Cameron Makovichuk, University of Alberta.
The effect of multitasking on the grade performance of business students; Yvonne Ellis, Columbus State University; Bobbie Daniels, Jackson State University; Andres Jauregui, Columbus State University.
Diversity awareness among a diverse business student population: insights and curriculum implications; Marvin Lovett, The University of Texas at Brownsville; Irma Jones, The University of Texas at Brownsville; Gerald Hollier, The University of Texas at Brownsville; Dianna Blankenship, Texas Center for the Judiciary.
Voices from the Field: Perspectives of First-year Teachers on the Disconnect between Teacher Preparation Programs and the Realities of the Classroom; Sunddip Panesar Nahal, University of Phoenix.
Teaching students the Production Cost Report — an evaluation and an alternative; Robyn Lawrence, University of Scranton; Roxanne Johnson, University of Scranton; Ronald Grambo, University of Scranton.
Virtual worlds: An exploratory study of undergraduate behavior; Carl Case, St. Bonaventure University; Darwin King, St. Bonaventure University; Kimberly DeSimone, St. Bonaventure University.
Volume 7 - May, 2010: (order printed edition)
Student involvement/engagement in higher education based on student origin; Jalynn Roberts, University of Southern Mississippi; Mary Nell McNeese, University of Southern Mississippi.
Management information systems: using a simulated testing package to assess student performance; Sharon Paranto, Northern State University; Lu Zhang, Northern State University; Hillar Neumann, Northern State University.
An analytical study of music textbooks used at the elementary school in Chinese society; Dennis Ping-Cheng Wang, University of Macau, Macau.
A study of suitable environmental education process for Thai schools context; Kongsak Thathong, Khon Kaen University.
Development of a Model of Organizational Effectiveness Evaluation for Faculties of Education; Pattrawadee Makmee, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand; Siridej Sujiva, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand; Sirichai Kanjanawasee, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand.
How to improve knowledge transfer strategies and practices in education? Answers from a systematic literature review; Nizar Becheikh, Nile University, Egypt; Saliha Ziam, Laval University, Canada; Othman Idrissi, Laval University, Canada; Yan Castonguay, Laval University, Canada; Réjean Landry, Laval University, Canada.
A survey research of satisfaction levels of graduate students enrolled in a nationally ranked top-10 program at a mid-western university; Vichet Sum, University of Maryland Eastern Shore; Stephen McCaskey, Indiana State University; Catherine Kyeyune, Southern Illinois University Carbondale.
Promoting the academy – the challenges of marketing higher education; Alfred Hawkins, Rockhurst University; Katherine Frohoff, Rockhurst University.
Employing a marketing approach to create a learning environment for engineering students
; David Pundak, Kinneret Academic College, Jordan Valley, ORT Braude Academic College of Engineering, Karmiel; Arie Maharshek, ORT Braude Academic College of Engineering, Karmiel.
Accounting students’ perceptions on employment opportunities; C. Shane Warrick, Jackson State University; Bobbie Daniels, Jackson State University; Cathy Scott, Jackson State University.
A research framework for studying conceptions and dispositions of mathematics: A dialogue to help students learn; Fida Atallah, Zayed University, UAE; Sharon Lynne Bryant, Zayed University, UAE; Robin Dada, Zayed University, UAE.
Volume 6 - March, 2010: (order printed edition)
Quality perception and the championship effect: Do collegiate sports influence academic rankings?; Steven Cox, Indiana University Kokomo; Dianne Roden, Indiana University Kokomo.
Student satisfaction and persistence: factors vital to student retention; Jalynn Roberts, The University of Southern Mississippi; Ronald Styron, The University of Southern Mississippi.
Designing and marketing a global business travel course; Ann Langlois, Palm Beach Atlantic University; Ed Langlois, Palm Beach Atlantic University.
The struggle for strategic planning in European higher education: the case of Portugal; Maria de Lourdes Machado, Center for Research on Higher Education Policy (CIPES); James S. Taylor, University of Aveiro, Center for Research on Higher Education Policy (CIPES).
Management Information Systems curricula: a comparison between China and the USA; Ding Li, Northern State University; Sharon Paranto, Northern State University; Yihong Rong, Beijing Capital Normal University.
Indirect cost rate variation determinants in university research, an empirical investigation; Martha Lair Sale, Florida Institute of Technology; R. Samuel Sale, Lamar University.
Applying multilevel confirmatory factor analysis techniques to perceived homework quality; Kanreutai Klangphahol, Chulalongkorn University; Duangkamol Traiwichitkhun, Chulalongkorn University; Sirichai Kanchanawasi, Chulalongkorn University.
An integration of teaching and learning activities on environmental education in the subjects; Kongsak Thathong, Khon Kaen University.
Using scenario analysis to build university faculty & student travel competencies; Jacqueline Williams, North Carolina A & T State University; Kimberly McNeil, North Carolina A & T State University.
Determinants of undergraduate business student satisfaction; David Letcher, The College of New Jersey; Joao Neves, The College of New Jersey.
Important factors in designing a master of business administration program: the results of a survey; Nancy Sutton Bell, University of Montevallo; J. A. Connell, University of Montevallo; Roderick MacPherson University of Montevallo; William Rupp, University of Montevallo.
Meeting the new needs: design research education in China; Kin Wai Michael Siu, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
Volume 5 - December, 2009: (order printed edition)
The role of universities in attaining regional competitiveness under adversity – a research proposal; Cherie Courseault Trumbach, University of New Orleans; Sandra Hartman, University of New Orleans; Olof Lundberg, University of New Orleans.
Preservice teachers’ mathematical knowledge of fractions; Tsai-Wei Huang, National Chiayi University, Taiwan; Shiang-Tung Liu, National Chiayi University, Taiwan; Cheng-Yao Lin, Southern Illinois University.
Influences of strategies, knowledge sharing and knowledge transfer on the success of university-school collaboration in research and development; Supaporn Kohengkul, Office of the Education Council, Ministry of Education; Suwimon Wongwanich, Chulalongkorn University; Nonglak Wiratchai, Chulalongkorn University.
Designing a professional development school program for non-traditional students ; Paul Caron, University of Southern Maine.
Key performance indicators in Portuguese public universities; Maria da Conceição da Costa Marques, Instituto Superior de Contabilidade e Administração de Coimbra.
Causal factors and consequences of parent involvement growth: the second-order latent growth curve model; Varaporn Yamtim, Watpairongwua School; Suwimon Wongwanich, Chulalongkorn University; Siripaarn Suwanmonkha, Chulalongkorn University.
Investigating possible benefits of student loan-backed securitization in the context of the Malaysian higher education; Shafinar Ismail, Brunel University, UK; Antoaneta Serguieva, Brunel University, UK.
Student attributions and performance: problems with unfounded optimism?; Shaun A Saunders, Consulting Psychologist, Australia; John Nolan, University of Newcastle, Australia; Steve Provost, Southern Cross University, Australia.
“Lordy miss, that’s a man”: John Eldred Swearingen and the Office of State Superintendent of Education in South Carolina; Edward Janak, University of Wyoming.
The study of growth between academic self-concept, nonacademic self-concept, and academic achievement of ninth-grade students: a multiple group analysis; Suntonrapot Damrongpanit, Mahasarakham University, Thailand.
Credibility factors and content management for commercial web sites; Monica Lam, California State University, Sacramento; Janice Lo, Baylor University.
Undergraduate HRD programs in the United States; Jessica Li, University of North Texas; Kim Nimon, University of North Texas.
Volume 4 - September, 2009: (order printed edition)
An Evaluation of Predictors of Achievement on Selected Outcomes in a Self-Paced Online Course; R. Nicholas Gerlich, West Texas A&M University; LaVelle Mills, West Texas A&M University; Marc Sollosy, West Texas A&M University.
FORECASTING THE NUMBER OF PUBLICATIONS OF PAPERS ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN ACADEMIC JOURNALS; Wol Soon Chung, Soongsil University, Korea; Choon Yup Park, Dongguk University, Korea.
Student Preferences for Learning College Algebra in a Web Enhanced Environment; Laura Pyzdrowski, West Virginia University; Anthony Pyzdrowski, California University of Pennsylvania.
Values in Practice – Teachers’ and Student Teachers’ Understanding of a Desired Classroom Dialogue; Margareta Sandström Kjellin, Mälardalen University, Västerås, Sweden.
Characteristics of Executive MBA Programs at Public Colleges in the United States ; Fred Maidment, Western Connecticut State University; John Coleman, Western Connecticut State University; Stan Bazan, Western Connecticut State University.
Accessible Distance Education 101; Jodi Roberts, Mississippi State University; Laura Crittenden, Mississippi State University.
The Macroeconomics Course and the College Student Vote - A New Assessment of Economic Literacy; Karen Spohn, Rivier College; Kevin Wayne, Rivier College.
Using modern information technology during preservice teacher education practicum period to make training possible in authentic environment; Merja Meriläinen, Kokkola University Consortium Chydenius; Peter Johnson, Kokkola Education Department; Raine Valli, Kokkola University Consortium Chydenius.
The Academic Cost of Being Overweight: Rural vs. Urban Area Differences - A Quantile Regression Approach; Christian Nsiah, Black Hills State University; Prathibha V. Joshi, Gordon College.
The Male Professor’s Attire and Student Perceptions of Instructional Quality; Angeline M. Lavin, University of South Dakota; David L. Carr, University of South Dakota; Thomas L. Davies, University of South Dakota.
Values in Student Teachers’ Educational Practice; Margareta Sandström Kjellin, Mälardalen University, Västerås, Sweden; Niclas Månsson, Mälardalen University, Västerås, Sweden; Ove Karlsson Vestman, Mälardalen University, Västerås, Sweden.
Are we preparing doctoral students in the art of teaching?; Richard Utecht, University of Texas at San Antonio; Raydel Tullous, University of Texas at San Antonio.
Volume 3 - May, 2009: (order printed edition)
A Leadership Deficit: the Discipline of Development; Linda Ellington, Palm Beach Atlantic University.
Participatory Action Research for School-based Management and Teacher Professional Development; Chalermsri Jogthong, Nakhon Ratchasima Rajabhat University, Thailand; Rosarin Pimolbunyong, Nakhon Ratchasima Rajabhat University, Thailand.
Risk Theory and Student Course Selection; Dennis Zocco, University of San Diego.
Student Reading Strategies and Textbook Use: An Inquiry into Economics and Accounting Courses; Laura Fitzpatrick, Rockhurst University; Cheryl McConnell, Rockhurst University.
How Business Students Spend Their Time—Do They Really Know?; John Tanner, University of Louisiana at Lafayette; Geoffrey Stewart,University of Louisiana at Lafayette; Glenn Maples, Northwestern Louisiana University; Michael Totaro, University of Louisiana at Lafayette.
Teaching Diversity/Multicultural Education Courses in the Academy: Sharing the Voices of Six Professors; Patricia Larke, Texas A&M University; Alvin Larke, Texas A&M University.
The Experience of Experiential Exercises in Management Classes: A Professor’s View; Paula Potter, Western Kentucky University.
Think Twice Before You Speak: Using effective praise in the early childhood and university setting; Anne Tapp, Saginaw Valley State University; Debra Lively, Saginaw Valley State University.
Need-Based Segmentation Analysis of University Career Services: Implications for Increasing Student Participation; Michael Garver, Central Michigan University; Samuel Spralls III, Central Michigan University; Richard Divine, Central Michigan University.
Student Perceptions of the Faculty Course Evaluation Process: An Exploratory Study of Gender and Class Differences; Peter Heine, Stetson University; Nick Maddox, Stetson University.
Information Technology Competencies Expected in Undergraduate Accounting Graduates; Jim Chen, Norfolk State University; Desta Damtew, Norfolk State University; Jean-Marie Banatte, Norfolk State University; Johnnie Mapp, Norfolk State University.
A Curricular--Co-Curricular Approach to Student Leadership Development; Neil Gilchrist, Truman State University; Lou Ann Gilchrist, Truman State University.
Volume 2 - February, 2009: (order printed edition)
The Impact of Merit Pay on Teaching Outcomes; David Lindsay, California State University - Stanislaus; Annhenrie Campbell, California State University - Stanislaus; Kim Tan, California State University, Stanislaus.
Managing a U.S. Business School Professor Shortage; Robert Owen, Texas A&M University-Texarkana.
Student Teachers’ Confidence in Teaching Special Needs Students in Agricultural Education; John Kessell, Western Kentucky University; Gary Wingenbach, Texas A&M University; David Lawver, Texas Tech University.
Publishing Rates of Graduated Education Ph.D. and Ed.D. Students: A Longitudinal Study of University of California Schools; Leo Mallette, Pepperdine University.
Supporting Teacher Professional Identity Through Mentoring Activities; Michael Marlow, University of Colorado at Denver.
Curriculum Analysis and Development for Advanced Foods and Catering Operations: A Study of Facilities and Resources in an Undergraduate Hospitality Class; Richard Mills Jr., Robert Morris University; Mark Eschenfelder, Robert Morris University; Denis Rudd, Robert Morris University.
The Comparative Effect on Business Creativity When Web based Collaborative Learning vs. Traditional Lecturing Instruction
; Kevin K.W. Cheng, Kaohsiung Hospitality College.
Elementary Teacher Perceptions of Hands-On Science Teaching in an Urban School System: The Greater Educational Context and Associated Outcomes
; Cody Sandifer, Towson University; Sarah Haines, Towson University.
An Application of the Principles of Action Research in Developing Teachers’ Potentiality According to the National Education Act of 1999
; Kongsak Thathong, Khon Kaen University; Ngamnit Thathong; Khon Kaen University; Ladda Silanoi, Khon Kaen University; Ninmanee Pitak, Khon Kaen University; Piyawan Srisuruk, Khon Kaen University; Sompong Punturat, Khon Kaen University; Samruan Chinjuntuk, Khon Kaen University.
Evaluating Performance Improvement through Repeated Measures: A Primer for Educators Considering Univariate and Multivariate Designs; Kim Nimon, University of North Texas; Cynthia Williams, Texas Christian University.
Learning about the School Budget: A Constructivist Model; Charles R. Waggoner, Eastern New Mexico University
An Investigation of the Effects between Academic Self-concept, Nonacademic Self-concept, and Academic Achievement: Causal Ordering Models; Suntonrapot Damrongpanit, Mahasarakham University, Thailand; Auyporn Reungtragul, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand; Thaweewat Pittayanon, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand.
Volume 1, November, 2008: (order printed edition)
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Multicultural Literature as Defined in College Texts, Gina M. Almerico, PhD, The
University of Tampa; Elizabeth L. Barron, MLS, The University of Tampa; Helene
Silverman, PhD, The University of Tampa.
Challenges and Joys of Earning a Doctorate Degree: Overcoming the “ABD” Phenomenon,
Dr. Bahaudin G. Mujtaba, Nova Southeastern University; Dr. Michael M. Scharff,
Limestone College; Dr. Frank J. Cavico, Nova Southeastern University; Dr. Mustafa
Mujtaba, Florida Gulf Coast University.
Technology Majors Preferences for Business Communications, Bill McPherson, Indiana
University of Pennsylvania; Scott Mensch, Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Task and Relationship Orientations of Thai and American Business Students’ based on
Cultural Contexts, Bahaudin G. Mujtaba, Nova Southeastern University.
Barriers to Accounting as a Career Choice for African-American Students, Kevin James,
Middle Tennessee State University.
The Business School Strategy: Continuous Improvement by Implementing the Balanced
Scorecard, Charles Pineno, Shenandoah University.
Developing Critical Thinking in College Programs, Alan Reinstein, Wayne State
University; Gerald H. Lander, University of South Florida.
The Incorporation of Alcohol Awareness Activities in the Hospitality Administration
Curricula, Dianna Blankenship, Texas Center for the Judiciary; Irma Jones, University of
Texas at Brownsville.
Phishing for Undergraduate Students, Carl Case, St. Bonaventure University; Darwin King,
St. Bonaventure University.
Turmoil in the Towers: Competitive Gales Transforming Traditions in Business Education,
Bijayananda Naik, University of South Dakota; Kumoli Ramakrishnan, University of South
Become A Better Teacher: Five Steps in the Direction of Critical Thinking, Barbara
Limbach, Chadron State College; Robert Duron, Husson University; Wendy Waugh,
Chadron State College.
Enhancing Students’ Perceptions of Collaborative Projects With Pre-Group Instruction
Methods, Lisa Snyder, North Carolina A&T State University; Kimberly McNeil, North
Carolina A&T State University.
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