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Diversity Publications and Surveys Dr. William Sedlacek

* Curriculum Vitae

* Presentations to Educational, Community and Business Groups

*Latest Book: "Beyond the Big Test: Noncognitive Assessment in Higher Education" (http://www.josseybass.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-0787960209.html)

PUBLICATIONS:

* Admissions and Retention of Minority Students in Large Universities

* Advising Nontraditional Students: The Big Bang or Another Universe?

* Alternative Admissions Models

*An Alternative to Standardized Tests in Postsecondary Admissions

* Applying Ridge Regression to Admissions Data by Race and Sex

*Asian-Americans and Student Organizations: Attitudes and Participation

*An Assessment of Centralized Versus Decentralized Academic Advising

*Attitudes and Behavior of UMCP Students and Employees Toward the Maryland Student Union

*Attitudes of Male and Female University Students Toward Students with Different Physical Disabilities

*Attitudes, Perceptions, and Behaviors of Entering Students at the University of Maryland, 1997

*Attitudes of Residence Hall Students Toward Student-Athletes: Implications for Advising, Training, and Programming

*Attitudes of Tolerance for Diversity Among University Freshmen

*Attitudes of White Student Services Practitioners Toward Asian Americans: Research and Recommendations

*Attitudes of Young Adults Toward Children

*Barriers to Leadership Development of Hispanics in Higher Education

*Beyond Apearances: An Empirical Approach to Challenging the Negative Stereotypes of Sorority Women

*Black and White Student Differences in Volunteer Interests at a Predominantly White University

*Breaking the Myth: An Analysis of Asian Americans on a University Campus Over a Decade

*The Best and the Worst: College Seniors' Experiences with Academics and Services

* Career Advising Issues for African American Entering Students

* Career Goals as a Function of Self Conciousness, Self-esteem, and Perception of Barriers for Incoming Freshmen Women

* Career Status and Satisfaction of Recent Business and Arts/Humanities College Graduates

* Changes in Campus Subcultures by Sex over Thirteen Years

* Changes in the Social Climate of a College Campus Over a Decade

* Changes in Social Commitment of University Freshmen Over a Decade by Race and Gender

* Changes in Student Values and Attitudes Over a Decade

* Characteristics of Undergraduate International Students

* A Comparison of Attitudes and Behaviors of Incoming Honors Freshmen by Race and Gender.

* A Comparison of Characteristics and Attitudes of Freshmen and Transfer Students Attending Different Orientation Programs at the University of Maryland.

* A Comparison of Incoming Honors and Non-Honors Freshmen at the University of Maryland, 1990

* A Comparison of U.S. Students and International Students on Attitudes of Tolerance for Diversity

* A Comparison of International and U.S. Students Students Preferences for Help-Sources

* A Comparison of White and Black Student Academic Success Using Noncognitive Variables: A LISREL Analysis

* Comparing University Athletes and Nonathletes on Attitudes and Perceptions

* Construct and Congruent Validity of the Noncognitive Questionnaire (NCQ)

* Counseling Interests Among Entering Black University Students Over a Ten Year Period

*Differences Between Counseling and Non-Clients on Clark-Trow Subcultures

*Differences Between Particpations and Non-Participants in Campus Demonstrations

*Differences Between Women Who Choose Traditional and Non-Traditional Careers

*Differences in Leadership and Co-Curricular Perception Among Male and Female Asian Pacific American College Students

*Differences in the Transition to College by Race, Sex, and Educational Philosophy

*Differences in Volunteer Interest by Level of Career Orientation

*Different Students for Different Types of Volunteering

*Dimensions of Use: Needs and Perceptions Among Student Union Patrons

*Discrimination on Campus: Using a Campus Newspaper to Defend a Lawsuit

* An Empirical Method of Determining Nontraditional Group Status

* Employing Noncognitive Variables in the Admission and Retention of Nontraditional Students

*Engineering Curriculum Transformation Project (ECTP):An Evaluation of First-Year Initiatives

* Ethnically sensitive messangers: An exploration of the racial attitudes of health cae workers and organ procurement officers.

* An Evaluation of Staff Development Through Attendance at the ACPA Conventions

* Expected Functions of a Good Advisor: Results of a Survey of Matriculating Students, Parents, and Academic Advisors.

* An Exploration of Leadership Characteristics in College Athletes

* Facilitators of Program Evaluation in Student Affairs

* Faculty Involvement in Diversity: Lessons Learned

* Focus Group Report: Seminar in College Teaching

* Focus Groups: A Method of Evaluation To Increase Retention of Female Engineering Students

*Forty Years of Using Labels to Communicate About Non-traditional Students: Does it Help or Hurt?

*Freshman Counseling Interests

*Freshmen Sexual Attitudes and Behavior Over a 15 Year Period

*Gender Differences Among Incoming African American Freshmen on Academic and Social Expectations

*Graduate Student Use and Perceptions of the Stamp Student Union: A Summary of Research Findings From the Past Decade

*Graduate Women in Engineering

*Have College Student Attitudes Toward Older People Changed?

*Interracial Norms, Behavior and Attitudes Among University Students

*Involving Students Through Building Community: Challenges for Women in Engineering Programs

*Issues in Advancing Diversity Through Assessment

* Living Together in Commercial Harmony: Research as a Catalyst for Cooperative "Town-Gown" Relations

*Mapping the University Learning Environment

*Measuring the Attitudes of Adults Toward Children

*A Model for Determining Group Counseling Outcomes

*A Model for Increasing Hispanic Student Involvement in U.S. Campuses

*Multicultural Assessment

*Multiple Choices for Standardized Tests

*A National Survey of Services Provided for Learning Disabled Students in Higher Education

*Needs and Characteristics of Undergraduate International Students

*Needs and Perceptions of Female and Male Undergraduate International Students

*Noncognitive Predictors of Academic Success For International Students: A Longitudinal Study

*Noncognitive Predictors of Counseling Center Use by International Students

*Noncognitive Variables in Predicting Academic Success by Race

*Nonreactive Measures in Student Affairs Research

*The Other Minority: Disabled Student Backgrounds and Attitudes Toward Their University and Its Services

*Parents as Referral Agents: A Retention Study Group

*Perceptual Mapping: A Methodology in the Assessment of Environmental Perceptions

*Perceptions of Co-Curricular Involvement and Counseling Use Among Incoming Asian Pacific and Latino American College Students

*Pessimism in the Academy: Social Climate Changes on a University Campus over a Fifteen-Year Period

*Predicting the Academic Achievement of Female Students Using the SAT and Noncognitive Variables

*Predicting the Academic Success of Student-Athletes Using SAT and Noncognitive Variables

*Prediction of College Graduation Using Noncognitive Variables by Race

*A Profile of 1980 Incoming Freshmen at the University of Maryland College Park

*A Profile of Incoming Freshmen at the University of Maryland College Park, 1981

*A Profile of Incoming Freshmen at the University of Maryland College Park, 1985

*A Profile of Incoming Freshmen at the University of Maryland College Park, 1987-1988

*A Profile of Incoming Freshmen at the University of Maryland College Park, 1988-1989

*A Profile of Incoming Freshmen at the University of Maryland College Park, 1990

*A Profile of Incoming Freshmen at the University of Maryland College Park, 1991-1992

*A Profile of Incoming Freshmen at the University of Maryland College Park, 1996-1997

*A Profile of Incoming Freshmen at the University of Maryland College Park, 1998-1999

*A Profile of Incoming Hispanic Freshmen at the University of Maryland College Park, 1991-1992

*Profile of the University of Maryland Incoming Student Class, 2001-2002

*Profiles of Potential Persister and Nonpersister University Students

*Profiles of High and Low Scorers on Noncognitive Variables

* The Relationship Between Attitudes Toward Diversity and Overall Satisfaction of University Students By Race

* The Religious Orientation of College Students

* Self-Esteem, Locus of Control, and Career Maturity in Homemaking-Oriented, Traditional, and Non-Traditional College Women

* Services Offered to Disabled Students in Higher Education: A Five Year National Survey

* Sex Differences in Computer Orientation By Holland Type

* Sex Differences in Student Attitudes and Behaviors Toward Drugs Over a Decade

* Sex Differences in Student Sexual Attitudes and Behaviors: A Ten Year Comparison

* Sex and Race Differences in Dieting and Exercise Among University Students

* Sex-Role Identity and Attitudes Toward Women in Traditional and Non-Traditional Occupations

* Sexual Harassment During the High School Years: Experiences and Perceptions of Incoming University Students

*Situational Characteristics of Positive and Negative Experiences With Same Race and Different Race Students

*So Close, Yet So Far: Predictors of Attrition in College Seniors

*Stability in University Student Help Source Preferences by Gender Over a 10-Year Period

*Strategies for Social Change Research

*Student Perceptions of the Campus Cultural Climate by Race

*Student Personnel Professionals in Academic Roles: A multicultural Example

*Student Retention and the Use of Campus Facilities

*Summer Study in Engineering for High School Women

*A Survey of Incoming International Students

*Survey Terminology Related to Sexual Orientation: Does it Matter?

*Teaching and Research Fellowship Programs: Encouraging Undergraduate Women to Explore Careers in Academia

*Transfer Students and Freshmen: Similarities and Differences

*Transfer Student Hassles: Investigation and Remediation

*University of Maryland Origins of Publications in Student Personnel Journals

*University Student Attitudes Toward American Indians

*University Student Attitudes Toward Arabs: Implications for Programming Intervention

*Using Noncognitvie Variables in Advising Non-traditional Students

*Using Noncognitvie Variables with Freshman Athletes

*Using Noncognitvie Variables to Predict the Grades and Retention of Hispanic Students

*Using Research to Reduce Racism at a University

*Using Ridge Regression with Non-cognitive Variables by Race in Admission

*Using the SAT and Noncognitive Variables to Predict the Grades and Retention of Asian-American University Students

*The Validity and Reliability of a Noncognitive Measure of Minority Student Retention

*Validity of the Noncognitive Questionnaire - Revised 2 in Predicting the Academic Success of University Freshmen

*Volunteer Activities and Their Relationship to Motivational Needs: A Study of Stamp Union Program Council

*The Volunteer Potential of First-time Entering Students: Interest Areas and Incentives

*What's in a Volunteer Experience? A Survey of Positive and Negative Stamp Union Program Counceil (SUPC) Experiences

*White Student Attitudes Toward Blacks And Hispanics Programming Implications

*Why We Should Use Noncognitive Variables With Graduate Students

*Willingness to Volunteer Among University Students by Gender and Holland Personality Type

SURVEYS:

* SAS
This questionnaire measures how people think and feel about a number of social and personal incidents and situations.

*University of Maryland Admissions Questionaire II

* Non-Cognitive Admissions Variables

*Non-Cognitive Minority Admissions Variables/Questionnaire Items for Supplementary Admissions Questionnaire II

*Scoring Key

SYLLABI:

*Education and Racism


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