Undergraduate Student-Faculty Research Partnerships Affect Student Retention

@inproceedings{Nagda1998UndergraduateSR,
  title={Undergraduate Student-Faculty Research Partnerships Affect Student Retention},
  author={Biren Amritlal Nagda and Sandra R. Gregerman and John Jonides and William von Hippel and Jennifer S. Lerner},
  year={1998}
}
In 1993, 2.4 million students entered college; of those, some 1.1 million will leave without a degree (Tinto, 1993). This is not a new trend. Data from the American College Testing Program show that the first-year attrition rate for all students in four-year public universities has remained largely unchanged over the last decade. In 1983, this rate was 29.1%; in 1992 it was 28.3% (Tinto, 1993). The other end of the undergraduate time-scale looks equally distressing. In 1983, the graduation rate… CONTINUE READING

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