First Year Experience Program

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References

Association of American Colleges & Universities (2012). Civic learning: Innovative campus and community-based practices. Civic Learning. Retrieved from: https://www.aacu.org/resources/civic-learning/service-learning(opens in new window)

Association of American Colleges & Universities (2010). Revitalizing democratic engagement: Town halls at Chico State. Toolkit Resources: Campus Models & Case Studies. Retrieved from: https://www.aacu.org/campus-model/revitalizing-democratic-engagement-town-halls-chico-state(opens in new window)

Association of American Colleges & Universities (2017). Town halls and great debates at Shenandoah and Tarleton State. Toolkit Resources: Campus Models & Case Studies. Retrieved from: https://www.aacu.org/campus-model/town-halls-and-great-debates-shenandoah-and-tarleton-state(opens in new window)

Checkoway, B. (2011). New perspectives on civic engagement and psychosocial well-being. Liberal Education, 97. Retrieved from: https://www.aacu.org/publications-research/periodicals/new-perspectives-civic-engagement-and-psychosocial-well-being(opens in new window)

Harward, D.W. (2012). Transforming undergraduate education: Theory that compels and practices that succeed. Plymouth, United Kingdom: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc. Written 2012 Transforming Undergraduate Education (PDF)

Justus, A.S., Weber, L. & Mattor, M. (2016). Student voice in a campus civic engagement program: A description and assessment. Communication Teacher. doi: Written 26 Feb 2016 Student voice in a campus civic engagement program A description and assessment (PDF)

National Task Force on Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement (2012). A crucible moment: College learning & democracy’s future. Washington, DC: Association of American Colleges and Universities. A Crucible Moment (PDF)

O’Donnell, K., Hecsh, J., Underwood, T., Loker, W., Trechter, S.A., David, D., & White, A. (2011). Putting high-impact practices and inclusive excellence at the center of GE reform: Lessons from the California State University LEAP initiative. Peer Review, 13. Retrieved from: https://www.aacu.org/publications-research/periodicals/putting-high-impact-practices-and-inclusive-excellence-center-ge(opens in new window)

Swiencicki, J., Fosen, C., Burton, S., Gonder, J., & Wolf, T. (2011). The town hall meeting: Imagining a self through public-sphere pedagogy. Liberal Education, 97. Retrieved from: https://www.aacu.org/publications-research/periodicals/town-hall-meeting-imagining-self-through-public-sphere-pedagogy(opens in new window)

Tisch, J.M. (2017). Student voting rates for California State University – Chico. National Study of Learning, Voting, and Engagement. 2012 and 2016 NSLVE Report-California State University-Chico (PDF)

Wolf, T. (2014). Public sphere pedagogy: Engaging students as participants in democracy. Diversity and Democracy, 17. Retrieved from https://www.aacu.org/diversitydemocracy/2014/summer/wolf(opens in new window)

Wolf, T., Loker, W.M., Ertle, E., Justus, Z., & Kelly, A. (2016). Being and becoming a college student: Pedagogy as a rite of passage. Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning, 43. 6-13. doi: Written 11 August 2016 Being and Becoming A College Student Pedagogy as Rite of Passage (PDF)

Wolf, T., Swiencicki, J., & Fosen, C. (2012). Students, faculty and “sustainable” WPA work. In S.K. Rose & I. Weiser (Eds.), Going public; What writing programs learn from engagement (pp. 140-159). Logan, UT: Utah State University Press. Students faculty and sustainable apa work (PDF)