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Community College Path

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Community College Path features interviews with community college researchers and practitioners. The third season will air on Fall 2017. This podcast is from the Community College to PhD Association at UCLA (www.cc2phd.com). If you like what you hear, subscribe on your podcast app and rate us on iTunes. It helps new listeners find our show.

Latest Episodes

On-Campus and Off-Campus Transfer Students

Dr. Mary Utter and Dr. Linda DeAngelo’s research projects investigate vertical and lateral transfer students’ experiences with living on campus and/or commuting to campus. Their co-authored research article is titled “Lateral Transfer Students: The Role of Housing in Social Integration and Transition.” Dr. Utter’s dissertation is titled “An Exploration of How Previous Collegiate Experience Influences the Social Integration Experiences of Vertical and Lateral Transfer Students at the Transfer Institution.” Dr. Utter is an Assistant Dean of Students at Chatham University. Dr. DeAngelo is an Assistant Professor of Higher Education at the University of Pittsburgh. The UCLA transfer students that we featured on this episode are Aurora Ruvalcaba, Elan Bradford, Noël Hong, and Zanetha Matisse. If you like what you heard, subscribe on your podcast app and rate us on iTunes. It helps new listeners find our show.

44 MIN2017 MAR 22
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On-Campus and Off-Campus Transfer Students

Working Students

Dr. Moumita Mukherjee is a Manager for Services Assessment and Evaluation at the University of Houston. Her coauthored research article is titled “Stretching Every Dollar: The Impact of Personal Financial Stress on the Enrollment Behaviors of Working and Nonworking Community College Students.” If you like what you heard, subscribe on your podcast app and rate us on iTunes. It helps new listeners find our show.

15 MIN2017 MAR 8
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Working Students

Underrepresented Minority Students

Today, we talk about underrepresented minority students with Dr. Gloria Crisp, an Associate Professor at Oregon State University. Her coauthored research article is titled “Understanding the Racial Transfer Gap: Modeling Underrepresented Minority and Nonminority Students’ Pathways from Two-to Four-Year Institutions.” If you like what you heard, subscribe on your podcast app and rate us on iTunes. It helps new listeners find our show. This was Community College Path. Thanks for listening

25 MIN2017 JAN 5
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Underrepresented Minority Students

Student Parents

Today, we talk about student-parents with Dr. Sally Peterson, Founder of Learning Solutions. Her research article is titled “Community college student-parents: priorities for persistence.” If you like what you heard, subscribe on your podcast app and rate us on iTunes. It helps new listeners find our show. Thanks for listening.

16 MIN2017 JAN 1
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Student Parents

Urban Students

Today, we talk about urban students with Dr. Amalia Dache-Gerbino, Assistant Professor at the University of Missouri. Her coauthored research article is titled “College Students or Criminals? A Postcolonial Geographic Analysis of the Social Field of Whiteness at an Urban Community College Branch Campus and Suburban Main Campus.” If you like what you heard, subscribe on your podcast app and rate us on iTunes. It helps new listeners find our show. Thanks for listening.

31 MIN2016 DEC 28
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Urban Students

LGBTQ Students

Today, we talk about LGBTQ students with Dr. Eboni Zamani-Gallaher, a Professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Director of the Office of Community College Research and Leadership. Her coauthored research article is titled “Tracing LGBTQ Community College Students’ Experiences.” If you like what you heard, subscribe on your podcast app and rate us on iTunes. It helps new listeners find our show. Thanks for listening.

24 MIN2016 NOV 19
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LGBTQ Students

Asian American Students

Today, we talk about Asian American students with Dr. Amanda Assalone, Postdoctoral Research and Policy Analyst at the Southern Education Foundation. Her coauthored research article is titled “Understanding the Influence of Model Minority Stereotypes on Asian American Community College Students.” If you like what you heard, subscribe on your podcast app and rate us on iTunes. It helps new listeners find our show. Thanks for listening.

27 MIN2016 NOV 2
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Asian American Students

Food Insecure Students

Today, we talk about food insecure students with Dr. Maya E. Maroto, Nutritionist at the USDA Food and Nutrition Service. Her coauthored research article is titled “Food Insecurity Among Community College Students: Prevalence and Association With Grade Point Average.” This interview was prepared or accomplished by Dr. Maya E. Maroto in her personal capacity. The opinions expressed in this interview are the author’s own and do not reflect the view of the United States Department of Agriculture, the Food, Nutrition, & Consumer Services Agency, or the United States Government. If you like what you heard, subscribe on your podcast app and rate us on iTunes. It helps new listeners find our show. Thanks for listening.

23 MIN2016 OCT 26
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Food Insecure Students

Students on Parole

Welcome to season 2 of Community College Path. Today, we talk about students on parole with Dr. Kristi Potts, Program Auditor at W.E. Upjohn Institute. Her coauthored research article is titled “Voices of Parolees Attending Community College: Helping Individuals and Society.” If you like what you heard, subscribe on your podcast app and rate us on iTunes. It helps new listeners find our show. Thanks for listening.

21 MIN2016 OCT 19
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Students on Parole

Implementing Statewide Transfer & Articulation Reform

Today’s guest is Richard Wagoner, an Associate Professor of Educational Leadership at Idaho State University. Carrie Kisker, Richard Wagoner, and Arthur Cohen’s report comes from the Center for the Study of Community Colleges and is titled "Implementing Statewide Transfer & Articulation Reform: An Analysis of Transfer Associate Degrees in Four States." The report can be read athttp://centerforcommunitycolleges.org/index.php/projects-and-publications/current-projects/

54 MIN2016 JUL 2
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Implementing Statewide Transfer & Articulation Reform

Latest Episodes

On-Campus and Off-Campus Transfer Students

Dr. Mary Utter and Dr. Linda DeAngelo’s research projects investigate vertical and lateral transfer students’ experiences with living on campus and/or commuting to campus. Their co-authored research article is titled “Lateral Transfer Students: The Role of Housing in Social Integration and Transition.” Dr. Utter’s dissertation is titled “An Exploration of How Previous Collegiate Experience Influences the Social Integration Experiences of Vertical and Lateral Transfer Students at the Transfer Institution.” Dr. Utter is an Assistant Dean of Students at Chatham University. Dr. DeAngelo is an Assistant Professor of Higher Education at the University of Pittsburgh. The UCLA transfer students that we featured on this episode are Aurora Ruvalcaba, Elan Bradford, Noël Hong, and Zanetha Matisse. If you like what you heard, subscribe on your podcast app and rate us on iTunes. It helps new listeners find our show.

44 MIN2017 MAR 22
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On-Campus and Off-Campus Transfer Students

Working Students

Dr. Moumita Mukherjee is a Manager for Services Assessment and Evaluation at the University of Houston. Her coauthored research article is titled “Stretching Every Dollar: The Impact of Personal Financial Stress on the Enrollment Behaviors of Working and Nonworking Community College Students.” If you like what you heard, subscribe on your podcast app and rate us on iTunes. It helps new listeners find our show.

15 MIN2017 MAR 8
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Working Students

Underrepresented Minority Students

Today, we talk about underrepresented minority students with Dr. Gloria Crisp, an Associate Professor at Oregon State University. Her coauthored research article is titled “Understanding the Racial Transfer Gap: Modeling Underrepresented Minority and Nonminority Students’ Pathways from Two-to Four-Year Institutions.” If you like what you heard, subscribe on your podcast app and rate us on iTunes. It helps new listeners find our show. This was Community College Path. Thanks for listening

25 MIN2017 JAN 5
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Underrepresented Minority Students

Student Parents

Today, we talk about student-parents with Dr. Sally Peterson, Founder of Learning Solutions. Her research article is titled “Community college student-parents: priorities for persistence.” If you like what you heard, subscribe on your podcast app and rate us on iTunes. It helps new listeners find our show. Thanks for listening.

16 MIN2017 JAN 1
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Student Parents

Urban Students

Today, we talk about urban students with Dr. Amalia Dache-Gerbino, Assistant Professor at the University of Missouri. Her coauthored research article is titled “College Students or Criminals? A Postcolonial Geographic Analysis of the Social Field of Whiteness at an Urban Community College Branch Campus and Suburban Main Campus.” If you like what you heard, subscribe on your podcast app and rate us on iTunes. It helps new listeners find our show. Thanks for listening.

31 MIN2016 DEC 28
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Urban Students

LGBTQ Students

Today, we talk about LGBTQ students with Dr. Eboni Zamani-Gallaher, a Professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Director of the Office of Community College Research and Leadership. Her coauthored research article is titled “Tracing LGBTQ Community College Students’ Experiences.” If you like what you heard, subscribe on your podcast app and rate us on iTunes. It helps new listeners find our show. Thanks for listening.

24 MIN2016 NOV 19
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LGBTQ Students

Asian American Students

Today, we talk about Asian American students with Dr. Amanda Assalone, Postdoctoral Research and Policy Analyst at the Southern Education Foundation. Her coauthored research article is titled “Understanding the Influence of Model Minority Stereotypes on Asian American Community College Students.” If you like what you heard, subscribe on your podcast app and rate us on iTunes. It helps new listeners find our show. Thanks for listening.

27 MIN2016 NOV 2
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Asian American Students

Food Insecure Students

Today, we talk about food insecure students with Dr. Maya E. Maroto, Nutritionist at the USDA Food and Nutrition Service. Her coauthored research article is titled “Food Insecurity Among Community College Students: Prevalence and Association With Grade Point Average.” This interview was prepared or accomplished by Dr. Maya E. Maroto in her personal capacity. The opinions expressed in this interview are the author’s own and do not reflect the view of the United States Department of Agriculture, the Food, Nutrition, & Consumer Services Agency, or the United States Government. If you like what you heard, subscribe on your podcast app and rate us on iTunes. It helps new listeners find our show. Thanks for listening.

23 MIN2016 OCT 26
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Food Insecure Students

Students on Parole

Welcome to season 2 of Community College Path. Today, we talk about students on parole with Dr. Kristi Potts, Program Auditor at W.E. Upjohn Institute. Her coauthored research article is titled “Voices of Parolees Attending Community College: Helping Individuals and Society.” If you like what you heard, subscribe on your podcast app and rate us on iTunes. It helps new listeners find our show. Thanks for listening.

21 MIN2016 OCT 19
Comments
Students on Parole

Implementing Statewide Transfer & Articulation Reform

Today’s guest is Richard Wagoner, an Associate Professor of Educational Leadership at Idaho State University. Carrie Kisker, Richard Wagoner, and Arthur Cohen’s report comes from the Center for the Study of Community Colleges and is titled "Implementing Statewide Transfer & Articulation Reform: An Analysis of Transfer Associate Degrees in Four States." The report can be read athttp://centerforcommunitycolleges.org/index.php/projects-and-publications/current-projects/

54 MIN2016 JUL 2
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Implementing Statewide Transfer & Articulation Reform
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