Show simple item record Hurtado, S. S. Graham, P. A. Gonyea, R. M. 2019-09-18T20:23:15Z 2019-09-18T20:23:15Z 2016-07-10
dc.description Presented at the 2016 ACUHO-I Annual Conference in Seattle, WA.
dc.description.abstract While past literature documents a number of benefits of living on campus, it is important for housing professionals to reflect on and adapt to contemporary changes to the landscape of on-campus living. After recapping results from the NSSE/ACUHO-I collaboration study (reported in the earlier session entitled Living Environments and Student Engagement: Research Study Results) the presenters engaged the audience in a focused discussion of the meaning of the findings. Rationale from literature was presented as well as implications for practice. Participants were expected to deepen their understanding of the differences between varying types of living environments (facilities, programs, access to staff, safety, community issues, etc.) in order for practice to be informed and improved. We also brainstormed areas for future research.
dc.publisher ACUHO-I Annual Conference
dc.subject living on campus
dc.subject campus life
dc.subject on-campus living
dc.subject on-campus life
dc.subject campus housing
dc.subject residence life
dc.title Living environments and student engagement: Implications for research and practice
dc.type Presentation

Files in this item

This item appears in the following Collection(s)

Show simple item record

Search IUScholarWorks

Advanced Search


My Account