EFFECT OF A FRESHMAN ENGINEERING PROGRAM ON RETENTION AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE

@inproceedings{Richardson2002EFFECTOA,
  title={EFFECT OF A FRESHMAN ENGINEERING PROGRAM ON RETENTION AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE},
  author={Jim Richardson and John Dantzler},
  year={2002}
}
1 Jim Richardson, University of Alabama, jrichardson@coe.eng.ua.edu 2 John Dantzler, University of Alabama, crs_inc@bellsouth.net Abstract Longitudinal studies using seven years of student record data were recently performed on the students participating in a freshman-engineering program (called TIDE) and on students in a comparison group. The results show that: 1) a statistically significant larger percentage of TIDE students graduated in engineering than students from the comparison group… CONTINUE READING
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