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Completed Projects

 

Assessing the Potential Pool of First-Generation Students in Wisconsin Sara Lazenby
A Simple Unifying Measure of State Support for Higher Education Philip A. Trostel
Justin Ronca
Determining the Economic Ramifications of Baby Boomer Retirements for Wisconsin's Economy
Dennis Winters
Effects of Public Support for Higher Education on College Attainment Philip A. Trostel
Examining Differences in State Support for Higher Education David Weerts
Justin Ronca
National Study of State Support for Higher Education David Weerts
Justin Ronca
Nationalism, Internationalism, and the Origins of the American Research University Adam R. Nelson
Opening the Black Box: Quasi-Experimental Method Selection for Postsecondary Education Research and Evaluation
Elizabeth Vaade
Bo McCready
Pathways to Alumni Involvement  
Postsecondary Opportunity Programs (POPs) Elizabeth Vaade
Bo McCready
Noel Radomski
Promoting Student Success through Assessment and Evaluation in Student Affairs Elizabeth Vaade
Bo McCready
The Role of Academic Staff Marc A. VanOverbeke
Kathleen Elliott
The Role of Institutional Context in Promoting the Success of First-Generation College Students Sara Goldrick-Rab
Justin Ronca 
The Role of Merit and Need in Student Financial Aid Jonathan Reischl
William Reese
Using Visual Models to Identify Student Pathways to College Justin Ronca
Elizabeth Vaade
Shaping Educational Access and Opportunity through State Colleges and Universities Marc A. VanOverbeke
Study of Strategic Planning on the UW-Madison Campus
Kathleen Paris
Justin Ronca
Elizabeth Vaade
Wanting Matters: How Expectations Shape the Success of Technical College Students Sara Goldrick-Rab
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