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View Resource Maximizing Retention for At-Risk Freshmen: The Bronx Community College Model

This paper from Jason A. Finkelstein of Bronx Community College discusses the college's "Coordinated Freshman Program," which was designed to improve retention of at-risk students. This paper would be very useful for similar colleges looking to improve student retention and success, as it focuses specifically on what worked well for Bronx Community College. Successful strategies for the college...

View Resource Mid-Pacific ICT Center YouTube Channel

This YouTube channel from the Mid-Pacific Information and Communications Technology Center provides a number of useful video clips. Highlights include interviews with professionals from the information technology industry, teaching tips for educators and general information technology related videos.

View Resource The Center for Women & Information Technology: Mentoring Tool Kit

This document from The Center for Women and Information Technology at the University of Maryland outlines the program's mentoring program. Content of the report includes steps to a successful mentoring program, mentor and protege roles and responsibilities and a draft of a mentoring agreement. These materials would be useful for colleges looking to set up a similar program to encourage student...

View Resource UR Research at the University of Rochester

There's a wide range of research going on at the University of Rochester, and this specialized website brings together the work of the hundreds of students, professors, and others who work at this institution. Visitors can start by just typing words into the Browse/Search function on the homepage - they might do well to try broad ideas like biology, composition, or anthropology. Further along,...

View Resource Freshman Research Initiative

The Freshman Research Initiative (FRI) at the University of Texas at Austin allows undergraduates the rather exciting opportunity to advance academically "while doing cutting-edge, original, publishable research" in a variety of fields. This website provides information about the FRI and how students can get involved, and for more casual users, there are a range of resources worth a look. In the...

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