Papers and Presentations
Papers and Presentations
Undergraduate Retention strives to support retention initiatives for all undergraduate students and, in particular, student groups with unique barriers to success including students in academic distress, first generation college students, and transfer students. Staff also collect data, compile reports and share information on retention trends and issues. This page highlights our efforts, including information about our primary student support initiatives and reports on retention trends at Carolina.
Promoting Success for Carolina’s Undergraduates: Factors Related to Retention and Graduation – a report presented to: The Enrollment Policy Advisory Committee by The Retention Study Group in 2004 and 2010.
- Book Award Makes STEM Textbooks More Affordable – The Daily Tar Heel
- Encouraging first generation college student success. (2011) Academic Advising Today, 34(2)
- Transition and Retention: Encouraging First Generation College Student Success. (2011) NC NACADA Drive-In Conference
- Carolina Firsts: Innovative Programs to Support First Generation College Students. (2010) NACADA National Conference
- First-Generation College Student Community: A Space for Cross-Cultural Interactions. First Year Experience Conference (PDF). Las Vegas, NV. February 2019, Gonzalez, C. & Huerta-Bapat, C.
- Understanding Minority Male Persistence and Encouraging Student Success – One Year Later. (2012) National Symposium on Student Retention Poster
- Understanding Minority Male Persistence and Encouraging Student Success – One Year Later. (2012) NACADA Annual Conference Concurrent Session
- Understanding Minority Male Persistence and Encouraging Student Success. (2011) NACADA Annual Conference
- Brick Monsters & Bureaucracy: Strategies for Creating Student-Centered Processes. NASPA Annual Conference. Los Angeles, CA. March 2019, Lambert Ward, J. & Cartmell, K.
- Exploring Social Justice in a Transition Program at an Elite PWI(PDF). NASPA Annual Conference. Philadelphia, PA. March 2018, Alexander W. & Simpson O.
- Executing a Needs Assessment Survey: Transfer Edition(PDF). National Conference on Students in Transition. New Orleans, LA. October 2016, Duke, R. & Cartmell K.
- Executing a Needs Assessment Survey: Transfer Edition(Power Point)
- Black in Higher Education: State of the African American Student (2014) NASPA Annual Conference.
- Demography Matters: Moving beyond just access toward completion (2014) NASPA Annual Conference.
- Transfer United: Partnerships to Foster Transfer Student Success Presentation (2013) Consortium for Student Retention Data Exchange: Director’s Award for Best Paper that addresses an issue of current need in the field of student retention and success.
- Transfer United: Partnerships to Foster Transfer Student Success Paper. (2013) Consortium for Student Retention Data Exchange: Director’s Award for Best Paper that addresses an issue of current need in the field of student retention and success.
- Transfer United: Partnerships to Foster Transfer Student Success. (2013) NASPA Annual Conference.
- The Attribution Theory of Learning and Advising Students on Academic Probation. (2011) NACADA Journal, 31(2), 16-21.
- Integration, motivation, strengths and optimism: Retention theories past, present and future. In R. Hayes (Ed.), Proceedings of the 7th National Symposium on Student Retention, 2011, Charleston. (pp. 300-312). Norman, OK: The University of Oklahoma.
- Impediments to Undergrad Student Success. (2009) 3rd International Personal Tutoring and Academic Advising Conference: Improving student success.
- It takes a university: Designing and implementing a system of academic probation and intervention in support of student success and retention. 5th Annual National Symposium on Student Retention (2009).
- An innovative intervention for students failing to meet academic standards: The Bounce Back Retention Program case study. (2008) Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning, 11(3), 28-31.
- Beyond the degree checklist: What’s the real point of college? (2007) About Campus, 12(4), 27–29.
- Potential applications of social norms theory to academic advising. (2005) NACADA Journal, 25(2), 49 – 56.