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Black/white biracial identity and the pursuit of higher education
Biracial identity development, specifically Black/White identity, is an increasingly studied area of research. Given the growing interest in biracial identity, and the existing literature on race and education, researchers ...
Exploring medical resident engagement and burnout
Many studies have found high rates of burnout in residents, and psychological researchers have pursued job engagement as the positive opposite of burnout. This study was designed to determine how residents engage within ...
The response of undergraduate credit hour loads to the SUNY tuition increase of fall 2003 and the effects of financial aid programs on the credit hour response at the University at Buffalo
In recent years, in the public institutions of higher education the share of total costs covered by public appropriations has declined, while the share covered by tuition and fees has increased. High individual pay-offs ...
Framing the college experience for under-prepared students: A comparative study of the experiences of under-prepared students in three four-year institutions
The population of students labeled "under-prepared" for higher education is large and increasing. With colleges and universities facing pressures in the areas of financial stability and student outcomes, the issue of ...