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A Question with Many Answers: Who is the American College Student?. Monday , March 12; 10 :30 AM - 11:30 AM - 226B : Convention Center Mackenzie R. Streit Bradley E. Cox Jeff Gardner Michelle Robinson Cassidy Sansone. Plan for Today. Introduction Preflection Background

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a question with many answers who is the american college student

A Question with Many Answers: Who is the American College Student?

Monday, March 12; 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM - 226B : Convention Center

Mackenzie R. Streit

Bradley E. Cox

Jeff Gardner

Michelle Robinson

Cassidy Sansone

plan for today
Plan for Today

Introduction

Preflection

Background

Mini-presentations by students

Reflection

Application and discussion

preflection
Preflection

On a piece of paper

Who is the American college student?

List three “stakeholders” who have an interest in understanding college students

background
Background
  • SDS 5624: The American College Student
  • College Students today:
    • More diverse than ever before (Berkner & Choy, 2008; Hussar & Bailey, 2011; Snyder, Dillow, & Hoffman, 2008)
    • Have also become more complicated in terms of attitudes/beliefs (Higher Education Research Institute, 2007)
    • Changing attendance patterns (e.g., swirling, vertical transfer, reverse transfers)(Bradburn, Hurst, & Peng, 2001; Peter & Forrest Cataldi, 2005)
assignment
Assignment
  • Semester-long
  • Individual Meetings
    • Stakeholder analysis
      • One page, one minute
    • Research proposal
  • Final products
    • Paper
    • Presentation
multimedia presentations
Multimedia Presentations

Jeff Gardner

Michelle Robinson

Cassidy Sansone

reflection and application
Reflection and Application
  • Who is the American College student in the eyes of the stakeholder you identified in the first activity?
    • Understanding the stakeholder
      • Interest or relationship to students
      • Language, culture, context, means of communication
    • Understanding college students
      • Relevant data sources
      • Stereotypes
      • Current information
reflection and application1
Reflection and Application
  • In small groups please discuss:
    • Any stakeholders who are particularly challenging to address.
    • Commonalities across the messages delivered to varied stakeholders.
    • Questions about the student presentations and/or class assignment
references
References

Berkner, L. K., & Choy, S. (2008). Descriptive summary of 2003-04 beginning postsecondary students: Three years later. Washington, D.C.: National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Department of Education

Bradburn, E. M., Hurst, D. G., & Peng, S. S. (2001). Community college transfer rates to 4-year institutions using alternate definitions of transfer. Washington, D.C.: National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Department of Education.

Higher Education Research Institute. (2007). The American freshman: Forty-year trends: 1966-2006 HERI Research Brief: UCLA's Higher Education Research Institute.

Hussar, W. J., & Bailey, T. M. (2011). Projections of Education Statistics to 2019 (pp. 180). Washington DC: National Center for Education Statistics.

Peter, K., & Forrest Cataldi, E. (2005). The road less traveled: Students who enroll in multiple institutions. Washington, D.C.: National Center for Education Statistics, U.S. Department of Education

Snyder, T. D., Dillow, S. A., & Hoffman, C. (2008). Digest of education statistics, 2007. (NCES 2008-22).  Retrieved from http://www.nces.ed.gov/pubsearch/pubsinfo.asp?pubid=2008022.

contact information
Contact Information
  • Jeff Gardner

2nd year Masters student, Higher Education Program

Graduate Assistant, Student Rights & Responsibilities

The Florida State University

jmg10m@my.fsu.edu

  • Michelle Robinson

2nd year Masters student, Higher Education Program

Interim Assistant Director, Greek Life

The Florida State University

mr10j@my.fsu.edu

  • Cassidy Sansone

2nd year Masters student, Higher Education Program

Graduate Assistant, Oglesby Student Union

The Florida State University

cms10c@my.fsu.edu

  • Bradley E. Cox, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Higher Education Program

Educational Leadership & Policy Studies

The Florida State University

bcox2@admin.fsu.edu

  • Mackenzie R. Streit, M.Ed.

Doctoral Candidate, Higher Education Program

Educational Leadership & Policy Studies

Instructor, Undergraduate Certificate in Leadership Studies

The Florida State University

mrs08e@my.fsu.edu