Linking Student Health and Wellness to Academic Success
This poster reviews data collected in November 2008 on the American College Health Association's National College Health Assessment regarding the self-reported health impediments that affect academic performance. SUNY Oneonta students' data is shown here compared to the national reference group's data.
Highly Effective Habits?
The Information Seeking Behavior of SUNY Oneonta
The goal of this research is to discover the specific resources (for example, books, scholarly/academic journal articles, newspaper articles, magazine articles, web sites, etc.) that students in three academic departments, history, political science and sociology, use for their research.
Gender Identity, Sexuality, and the Transgender Spectrum: In Their Own Words
Robin Nussbaum, et al.
Anecdotal data and experience suggests that among transgender individuals, there exists
significant diversity and complexity in modes of identification. Despite efforts to understand
transgender identity and sexuality, researchers typically focus on narrowly defined subsets of the transgender spectrum.
Get Along to Get Ahead
Collaborative approaches to cultural entrepreneurship - how to multiply your museum's resources by seeking collaborative relationships with like-minded libraries to
better serve both organization's patrons, members, and communities. What do these institution have in common? What can they share with each other, their patrons and their communities?
Collegiate Learning Assessment 2009: Is SUNY Oneonta "Adding Value"?
Patty Francis, Steve Perry
Used cross-sectional approach, comparing 123 freshmen assessed in Fall 2008 with 109 seniors assessed in Spring 2009. Both samples highly similar to populations from which they were drawn in terms of SAT scores.
First-year student sample obtained primarily from First-Year Seminar sections while graduating senior sample obtained through solicitations
by academic programs
Students were motivated to participate and perform well through emphasis on benefits to the College, their program, and themselves.
SUNY Student Opinion Survey: 2009 Results, Trends Over Time, and SUNY Comparisons
Steve Perry, Patty Francis
Every three years SUNY students are asked to provide background, attitude and opinion information about their campus. This includes college impressions and plans, satisfaction with services and programs, perceived outcomes, academic experiences, and campus contributions to growth and preparation for the future. This information is useful to assess current levels of student satisfaction, measure change over time, identify areas for improvement, and encourage dialog about the quality of student life and learning.
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