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Invited Presentations

Should We Still be Talking about Leaving?  Examining Social Inequity in Patterns of STEM Persistence and Classroom Experiences.
Mark R. Connolly
Gordon Research Conference on Undergraduate Biology Education: July 2015

“Talking about Leaving Revisited: What do we know about why undergraduates leave the sciences?"
Elaine Seymour, Joseph J. Ferrare
Gardner Institute Symposium on Student Retention, Asheville, NC: June 8-9, 2015
NOTE: All findings are preliminary and should not be cited.

Briefing Paper
TABLE 1: Patterns of Persistence in, and Switching from, Declared or Intended Majors by 1991 for 810,794 Undergraduates who entered a National Sample of Four-Year Institutions in 1987. 

Talking about Leaving Revisited: The Problem of Undergraduate Persistence in STEM Majors
Anne-Barrie Hunter
19th Annual Sloan Consortium International Conference on Online Learning: November 20, 2013

Talking about Leaving Revisited: Reviewing the Problem of Undergraduate Persistence in STEM Majors
Anne-Barrie Hunter
National Research Council Committee on Barriers and Opportunities in Completing 2- and 4-Year STEM Degrees: September 11, 2013