An Exploration of the Impact of Out-of-Class Experiences for Undergraduate Students: A Focus on Participation in The LeaderShape Institute at Meredith College Sarah May Clemson University April 29, 2011. The Undergraduate Experience.
An Exploration of the Impact of Out-of-Class Experiences for Undergraduate Students:A Focus on Participation in The LeaderShape Institute at Meredith CollegeSarah MayClemson UniversityApril 29, 2011
As summarized by Kuh et al. (1994):
Reinelt, Sullivan, & Foster (2003, p. 7) and Bowen (as cited by Freeman and Goldin, 2008, p. 1) share the following benefits:
Phase One (Quantitative):
*Statements compiled from previously distributed surveys created by The LeaderShape Institute.
Phase Two (Qualitative):
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