How college affects students : a third decade of research / Ernest T. Pascarella, Patrick T. Terenzini.Material type: TextSeries: Jossey-Bass higher and adult education series: Publisher: San Francisco : Jossey-Bass, c2005Edition: 1st edDescription: v. ; 26 cmISBN: 0787910449; 9780787910440 (v. 2 : alk. paper)Subject(s): College students -- United States -- Longitudinal studies | College graduates -- United States -- Longitudinal studiesAdditional physical formats: Online version:: How college affects students.DDC classification: 378.1/98/0973 LOC classification: LA229 | .P34 2005
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Studying college outcomes in the 1990s : overview and organization of the research -- Theories and models of student change in college -- Development of verbal, quantitative, and subject matter competence -- Cognitive skills and intellectual growth -- Psychosocial change -- Attitudes and values -- Moral development -- Educational attainment and persistence -- Career and economic impacts of college -- Quality of life after college -- How college affects students : a summary -- Implications for research, practice, and policy.
Author notes provided by SyndeticsErnest T. Pascarella is the Mary Louise Petersen Professor ofHigher Education at the University of Iowa. He has receivednumerous awards for his research from national professional andscholarly associations. In 2003 he received the Howard R. BowenDistinguished Career Award from the Association for the Study ofHigher Education.
Patrick T. Terenzini is distinguished professor and seniorscientist in the Center for the Study of Higher Education at ThePennsylvania State University. He has received research awards fromthe Association for the Study of Higher Education, the Associationfor Institutional Research, the American Society for EngineeringEducation, the American College Personnel Association, and theNational Association of Student Personnel Administrators.