SUBJECT INDEX


Academic achievement, 120

depression, 140

disadvantaged students, 142

educational technology, 112

financial aid, 123

learning styles, 111

online instruction, 111

theses, 99

women students, 122

Academic adjustment, 121

Academic advising, 81, 108

Academic attitudes, 116, 127-128

Academic counseling, 81-82

Academic departments, 100, 136

Academic developers, 148

Academic information services, 103

Academic integration, 107, 123

Academic support systems, 142

Access to education, 91, 92, 98

Acculturation, 88, 146

Adjustment to college, 143, 145

Administrator evaluation (see Assessment, administrators)

Administrator satisfaction, 79

Admissions, 80-81

selection criteria, 80

Adult education, 81

Advising services, 81-82, 145

Africa, 109, 110

African American students

academic achievement, 123

aspirations, 129

athletics, 141

body image, 138

educational attainment, 92

field of study, 128

help-seeking, 143

law students, 144

science, 146

self-efficacy, 123

study habits, 123

AIDS (see HIV/AIDS)

Alcohol, 85, 129, 130-133, 135, 139, 140

Alcohol education, 132

Alumni, 82

Alumni relations, 80, 104

Anxiety, 88, 130, 135

Asian American students

alcohol, 131

aspirations, 129

counseling, 88

educational attainment, 92

law students, 144

student characteristics, 146

Aspirations, 100, 129

Assessment (see also Faculty evaluation; Institutional assessment; Learning assessment; Performance indicators; Student outcomes), 82-84

administrators, 79

career services, 87

diversity, 89

Athletes, 84, 104, 125, 132, 139, 141-142

Athletic coaches, 141

Athletics, 84-85, 104

Attrition, 85

Australia, 82, 83, 100, 102, 103, 104, 108, 122, 143

Austria, 133

Bahrain, 82

Belgium, 81

Black colleges and universities, 93

Black students (see African American students)

Body image, 138

Body weight, 126, 139

Bologna Process, 149

*Branch campuses, 149

Budgeting, 119-120

Burnout, 79

Business education, 116

Business students, 100, 111, 116, 127, 128

Campus security, 119

Canada, 91, 101, 110, 128, 139

Career counseling, 86, 137

Career education, 122

Career services, 86-87

China, 98, 109, 138

Church-related colleges, 97, 129, 137

Civic education, 109

Class level, 114, 116, 142

Classroom environment, 129

Classroom participation, 117

Cognitive development, 113, 136

Collaborative learning, 107, 113, 126

College achievement, 120-122, 141

College effects, 87, 92

College environment, 125

College graduates, 87

College presidents, 80

College selection, 91, 92

College unions, 93

Community college baccalaureate degrees, 86

Community college students

employment opportunities, 86

mathematics, 111, 115

Community colleges, 86, 105, 149, 150

Community relations, 80, 95

Comprehensive universities, 119

Computer-mediated assessment, 135

Condoms, 134

Consortia, 108, 148

Continuing education, 81

Cooperative education, 105

Coping methods, 114

Costs, 119

Counseling, 88-89

Counseling services, 87-89

Counselors, 143

Credit cards, 130

Critical thinking, 108, 114, 118

Curriculum, 90, 102, 106-107, 110, 148

Dating, 130

Dental education, 99

Depression, 88, 102, 140

Diet, 139

Disabled students, 147

Disadvantaged students, 142-143

Discipline, academic

students (see Field of study)

Discipline, of students, 141

Discrimination, 90

Dissertations, 101, 124, 144

Distance education, 86, 107-108, 113, 148

Diversity and equity issues, 89-90

Diversity courses, 90

Diversity development, 90

Dropouts (see Attrition)

Drugs, 133-134, 135

Eating disorders, 138, 139

Economic impact, 105

Education faculty, 94

Educational attainment, 92

Educational technology, 107, 111-113

*Employer attitudes, 86

Employment (see Student employment)

Employment opportunities, 86

Engineering students, 122

English as a second language, 114

English proficiency, 114, 146

Enrollment, 91-92

Entrepreneurial activities, 105, 148

Environmental scanning, 119, 150

Ethical issues, 99, 144

Europe, 81, 149

Examinations, 114

External relations, 92-93, 149

Faculty-administrator relations, 80

Faculty attitudes, 93-94, 99, 147

Faculty characteristics, 83, 94

Faculty development, 94-96, 111

Faculty employment conditions, 96

Faculty evaluation (see also Student ratings of instruction), 96

Faculty productivity, 97

Faculty promotion, 95

Faculty recruitment, 97

Faculty responsibilities, 97

Faculty roles, 84, 93, 97, 117, 127

Faculty satisfaction, 93, 96, 97

Faculty scholarship, 95, 97, 117, 127

Faculty selection, 94

Faculty-student relations, 121, 143, 148

Feminism, 89

Field of study

students, 106, 127, 128

Finance, 87, 97-98

Financial aid, 98-99, 123

Financial literacy, 127, 130, 142

Financial management, 119-120

Finland, 98, 101

First-generation students, 142

First-year students, 85, 113, 132, 142, 143-144

Foreign education (see International education)

Foreign students (see International students)

France, 112, 114

Fraternities, 125

Freshman programs, 120, 143

Fundraising, 80, 104, 105

General education, 108-109

Germany, 81, 82, 135

Ghana, 89

Globalization, 89, 110

Governing boards, 80

Government relations, 92-93, 97

Graduate assistants, 101

Graduate education, 81, 99-101, 106, 144, 147

Graduate students, 99, 100, 101, 127, 144-145

Graduate supervisors, 101

Handicapped students (see Disabled students)

Help-seeking, 143

High-risk students, 145

High school achievement, 92

High school students, 129

Higher education

study of, 147-148

Hispanic American students

aspirations, 129

college selection, 91

counseling, 88

educational attainment, 92

field of study, 128

mental health, 140

Hispanic-serving institutions, 93

HIV/AIDS, 134

Homophobia, 134

Hong Kong, 111

Hungary, 98

Hybrid education, 86

India, 113

Information services, 103

Information technology, 103-104, 123

Institutional advancement, 104-105

Institutional assessment, 82-83, 147

Institutional change, 111, 148, 149

Institutional collaboration, 110

Institutional leadership, 79, 150

Institutional ranking, 82, 83

Instructional costs, 119

Instructional delivery, 107

Instructional programs, 105-110

Interdisciplinary education, 106, 108, 114

International education (see also names of specific countries), 109, 110

International students, 87, 110, 123, 126, 145-146

Internet, 133

Iran, 96

Iraq, 82

Ireland, 99

Israel, 96, 101

Italy, 122, 147

Japan, 82, 86, 116

Jewish students, 124

Jordan, 125, 127

Journaling, 118

Kurdistan, 82

Kuwait, 82, 125

Law School Admission Test, 144

Law students, 144

Learning assessment, 114-115, 118

Learning communities, 120

Learning preferences and styles, 115-116

Learning processes, 102, 116-117

Learning styles, 102, 136

Learning and teaching, 111-119

Legal education, 101-102

Legal issues, 119, 141

Liberal arts colleges, 98

Librarians, 103

Loans, 98-99

Major field (see Field of study, students)

Malawi, 110

Malaysia, 133

Management, 119-120

Marijuana, 129, 139, 140

Marketing, 104

Marriage, 127

Mathematics, 111, 112, 115, 129

Mathematics anxiety, 115, 128

Medical education, 102-103

Men students (see also Sex differences, students)

alcohol, 131

anxiety, 135

athletics, 104, 141

condoms, 134

diversity, 121

educational attainment, 92

identity status, 125

Mental health, 102, 119, 125, 126, 139, 140-141

Mentoring, 94

Mentors, 94

Mexican American students (see Hispanic American students)

Mexico, 148

Minority faculty, 95, 97

Minority students (see also specific minority groups), 123, 146

Moral development, 136-137

Motivation (see Faculty attitudes; Student attitudes)

Multicultural education, 110

Muslim students, 124

Netherlands, 81, 107, 116

New Zealand, 85, 87, 99, 118

Nigeria, 83, 84, 138

Nontraditional students, 123, 147

Nursing students, 99, 125

Older students, 81, 107, 123, 142

Oman, 82

Online instruction, 81, 95, 107, 111, 113, 118

Open learning, 106

*Oral presentations, 117

Orientation, 143, 145

Parents, of students, 127, 128, 132, 143

Part-time faculty, 94

Part-time students, 85, 121

Peer assessment, 117

Peer counseling, 132

Peer groups, 143

Pell Grants, 98

Performance indicators, 83

Persistence (see Retention)

Personality, 121, 133, 137, 138, 144

Physical exercise, 139

Placement, 86-87

recruitment, 87

Planning, 82, 84, 108, 119-120

Poland, 81, 149

Portfolios

student, 112

Portugal, 81

Prediction

academic achievement, 123

Problem-based learning, 102, 107, 118

Professional students, 144-145

Proprietary institutions, 107, 149

Psychosocial development, 109

Public colleges and universities, 97, 149

Public policy, 92

Public relations, 80

Qatar, 82

Racial attitudes, 90

Racial relations, 89

Rape, 87

Reading, 116

Recreational sports, 84

Recruitment

admissions, 145

placement, 87

Religion, 124

Religiosity, 134, 135

Religious attitudes, 120, 137

Research universities, 97, 98, 148, 149

Retention, 85, 100, 120, 142

Romantic relationships, 125, 127

Saudi Arabia, 82

Scholarships, 92

Science students, 90, 101, 122

Self-assessment, 117

Self-efficacy, 121, 136, 137, 138, 146

Self-injury, 139

Self-regulation, 116, 136

Service learning, 95, 109-110, 120

Sex, 132, 139

Sex differences, graduates

occupational achievement, 122

Sex differences, students

anxiety, 135

depression, 140

distance education, 113

faculty-student relations, 121

help-seeking, 143

recreational sports, 84

romantic relationships, 125

self-injury, 139

sexually transmitted diseases, 138

sleep, 140

student engagement, 121

tobacco, 133

vocational development, 137

Sexually transmitted diseases, 138

Singapore, 100

Sleep, 140

Smoking (see Tobacco)

Social experiences, 89

Social integration, 107, 146

Social issues, 89

Social responsibility, 109

Social support, 103, 114, 144

Socioeconomic status, 92, 129, 144

South Africa, 107, 109, 110, 128, 148

South Korea, 101

Spain, 111, 112, 120, 135, 149

Spirituality, 120, 124

Stress

students, 102, 146

Student achievement, 120-123

Student activities, 123-124

Student affairs, 124-125

Student affairs staff (see also Counselors)

education and training, 124

Student attitudes, 104, 125-129

Student-centered learning, 102, 111, 116

Student characteristics, 93, 107, 135

Student development, 136-138, 144

Student employment, 91, 92, 120

Student engagement, 111, 141

Student expectations, 143

Student health (see also Mental health), 138-141

Student organizations, 147

Student outcomes, 82, 83-84, 100, 120

Student problems, 88

Student ratings of instruction, 95, 96

Student regulation, 141

Student satisfaction, 121, 144

college, 104

vocational, 84

Student services, 103

Student subgroups, 141-147

Study habits, 123

Study methods, 116

Study of higher education, 149

Sustainability, 110, 123

Systems and structures, 148-149

Taiwan, 101

Tanzania, 89

Taxes, 105

Teacher education, 110, 118

Teaching methods, 95

Teaching processes, 117-119

Teaching role, 127

Thailand, 98

*Theses, 99

Time to degree, 120

Tobacco, 85, 129, 133, 139

Trustees (see Governing boards)

Turkey, 115, 118, 135

Types of institutions, 149-150

Ukraine, 149

Undergraduate research, 117, 120

United Arab Emirates, 82

United Kingdom, 81, 89, 98, 101, 105, 122, 127, 135, 147, 149

Veterans, 147

Violence, 119

Vocational attitudes, 86

Vocational choice, 138

Vocational development, 103, 137-138

Vocational satisfaction (see Faculty satisfaction; Student satisfaction)

Withdrawal (see Attrition)

Women administrators, 79

Women students (see also Sex differences, students)

adult education, 81

alcohol, 131, 132, 134

anxiety, 135

athletics, 104, 139, 141

body image, 138

body weight, 126

college selection, 91, 121

dating, 132

distance education, 107

drugs, 134

eating disorders, 138

educational attainment, 92

engineering, 90

field of study, 128

financial literacy, 142

science, 90

sex, 134

veterans, 147

Writing, 114

Footnotes

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