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IUB Theory of Change Model- Revised Day 1 Student Survey (Note. Letters correspond to subscales in survey). Observable program outputs. Intended Program Effect (short-term). Planned program inputs. K. Student-Student Interactions. F. Intention to Persist from Course 1 to Course 2.

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IUB Theory of Change Model- Revised Day 1 Student Survey

(Note. Letters correspond to subscales in survey)

Observable program outputs

Intended Program Effect (short-term)

Planned program inputs

K. Student-Student Interactions

F. Intention to Persist from Course 1 to Course 2

G. Intention to major in INFO/CS

Recruiting Strategies

J. Encouragement and Support

A. Class enrollment (i.e., Sneak Preview Event)

B. Initial Introduction (i.e. Brochure mailing)

Retention

H. Reasons for Persisting/ Not Persisting

Internal program outputs

I. Retention Activities

C. Self-efficacy

E. Career Opportunities and Vision

D. Self-image or Identity

Intended Program Effect (long-term)

 Women graduate with degrees in INFO/CS

L. Prior experience with computing

M. Reasons for Enrolling

Key

Blue= Measurable Constructs

Green= Control variables or Covariates

Orange=Constructs outside scope of survey