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In a study of approximately 16,000 undergraduate faculty members by the Higher Education Research Institute at UCLA, researchers found that at 45 percent, nearly half of all faculty believe their peers are unequipped to handle diversity-related conflict, but that sentiment resonates more strongly in minorities.
According to the most recent annual CIRP Freshmen Survey by the Higher Education Research Institute, these factors include academic reputation, financial aid offerings, overall cost, and success of graduates in the post-college job market.
Camer Professor of Higher Education, Emeritus, at UCLA, as well the fimnding director of UCLA's Higher Education Research Institute.
HOVERING PARENTS OK: 84 percent of freshmen say parents are involved enough without being too involved in their decision to go to college, according to UCLA's Higher Education Research Institute survey, released last week.
UCLA's Higher Education Research Institute compared the views of students who were freshmen in the fall of 2004 with the same students' thoughts in the spring of 2007, when they were juniors.
A study by the Higher Education Research Institute indicates that interest in computer science among incoming college freshmen has plummeted nearly 70 percent since 2000.
I would like to clarify and expand on a few of Young's points using data from the same Higher Education Research Institute (HERI) cited in her column.
The numbers come from the latest annual survey by UCLA's Higher Education Research Institute, which has tracked freshman trends for four decades.