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Sax, Linda J. – About Campus, 2009
In this article, the author shares her research findings on the differences between how men and women respond to college. She explores some of the cornerstones of the undergraduate experience--living away from home, interacting with faculty, being academically engaged, and learning about diversity--and how they contribute in unique ways to women's…
Descriptors: Females, Student Experience, Student Development, Males
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Allen, Christopher T.; Wheeler, Joshua A. – About Campus, 2009
Violence prevention groups on college campuses, in schools, and in communities are increasingly aware that violence against women cannot end unless men take an active role in stopping it, and the failure of many men to take the issue of violence against women seriously cannot be overlooked. At the University of South Carolina (USC), collaboration…
Descriptors: Campuses, Violence, Females, Prevention
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Harper, Shaun R. – About Campus, 2005
More than two-thirds of all African American males who begin college never finish. This and a legion of other discouraging facts about African American males are the usual headlines. Sharon Fries-Britt suggests that "the disproportionate focus on Black underachievement in the literature not only distorts the image of the community of Black…
Descriptors: African American Students, Undergraduate Students, Males, High Achievement