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Summer 2021 (theme: transfer receptive culture)

Castro, E. L., & Cortez, E. (2017). Exploring the lived experiences and intersectionalities of Mexican community college transfer students: Qualitative insights toward expanding a transfer receptive culture. Community College Journal of Research and Practice41(2), 77-92.

Del Real Viramontes, J. R. (2020). Latina/o Transfer Students and Community Cultural Wealth: Expanding the Transfer Receptive Culture Framework. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 1-16.

Herrera, A., & Jain, D. (2013). Building a transfer‐receptive culture at four‐year institutions. New Directions for Higher Education2013(162), 51-59.

 Jain, D., Herrera, A., Bernal, S., & Solorzano, D. (2011). Critical race theory and the transfer function: Introducing a transfer receptive culture. Community College Journal of Research and Practice35(3), 252-266.

BOOK: Jain, D., Melendez, S. N. B., & Herrera, A. R. (2020). Power to the transfer: Critical race theory and a transfer receptive culture. MSU Press.

 

Spring 2021 (theme: transfers in STEM)

Blaney, J. M., & Barrett, J. (2021). Advancing Gender Equity and Sense of Belonging in Computing: Are Documented Best Practices Representative of Upward Transfer Students?. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 1-21.

Dinh, T. V., & Zhang, Y. L. (2020). Engagement in High-Impact Practices and Its Influence on Community College Transfers’ STEM Degree Attainment. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 1-16.

Elliott, D. C., & Lakin, J. M. (2020). Running the STEM gauntlet: The complicity of four-year universities in the transfer penalty. Research in Higher Education, 1-26.

Elliott, D. C., & Lakin, J. M. (2020). Unparallel Pathways: Exploring How Divergent Academic Norms Contribute to the Transfer Shock of STEM Students. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 1-21.

Reeping, D., Grote, D. M., & Knight, D. B. (2020). Effects of large-scale programmatic change on electrical and computer engineering transfer student pathways. IEEE Transactions on Education.

 

Fall 2020 (theme: transfer transition)

Fisher, A., Demetriou, C., & Hall, D. (2013, March). Transfer United: partnerships to foster transfer student success. In Bold without Boundaries: 2013 NASPA Annual Conference, Orlando, FL (pp. 16-20).

Flaga, C. T. (2006). The process of transition for community college transfer students. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 30(1), 3-19.

Laanan, F. S. (2001). Transfer student adjustment. New directions for community colleges, 2001(114), 5-13.

Stewart, J., & Martinello, F. (2012). Are Transfer Students Different? An Examination of First-Year Grades and Course Withdrawals. Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 42(1), 25-42.

Townsend, B. K. (2008). “Feeling like a freshman again”: The transfer student transition. New Directions for Higher Education, 2008(144), 69-77.

 

Summer 2020 (theme: mental health)

Daltry, R., & Mehr, K. E. (2016). Examining Mental Health Differences Among Transfer University Students Seeking Counseling Services. Journal of College Student Psychotherapy30(4), 262-267.

Fink, J. E., McShay, J. C., & Hernandez, P. (2016). Supporting vertical transfer: The role of a student union learning community. Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice53(1), 65-77.

Harris Jr, R. (2019). The Happy Heels Study: Testing Whether Positive Exercises Improve Mental Health, Happiness and Academics in First-Year Students.

Lee, D., Olson, E. A., Locke, B., Michelson, S. T., & Odes, E. (2009). The effects of college counseling services on academic performance and retention. Journal of College Student Development50(3), 305-319.

Liu, C. H., Stevens, C., Wong, S. H., Yasui, M., & Chen, J. A. (2019). The prevalence and predictors of mental health diagnoses and suicide among US college students: Implications for addressing disparities in service use. Depression and anxiety36(1), 8-17.

 

Spring 2020

Castro, E. L., & Cortez, E. (2017). Exploring the lived experiences and intersectionalities of Mexican community college transfer students: Qualitative insights toward expanding a transfer receptive culture. Community College Journal of Research and Practice41(2), 77-92.

Giani, M. S. (2019). The Correlates of Credit Loss: How Demographics, Pre-Transfer Academics, and Institutions Relate to the Loss of Credits for Vertical Transfer Students. Research in higher education60(8), 1113-1141.

Lee, H., & Schneider, T. (2018). Does posttransfer involvement matter for persistence of community college transfer students?. Community College Journal of Research and Practice42(2), 77-94.

Walker, K. Y., & Okpala, C. (2017). Exploring community college students' transfer experiences and perceptions and what they believe administration can do to improve their experiences. The Journal of Continuing Higher Education65(1), 35-44.

Xu, D., Jaggars, S. S., Fletcher, J., & Fink, J. E. (2018). Are community college transfer students “a good bet” for 4-year admissions? Comparing academic and labor-market outcomes between transfer and native 4-year college students. The Journal of Higher Education89(4), 478-502.

 

Winter 2020

Nuñez, A. M., & Yoshimi, J. (2017). A phenomenology of transfer: Students’ experiences at a receiving
institution. Innovative Higher Education, 42(2), 173-187.

Shapiro, D., Dundar, A., Huie, F., Wakhungu, P. K., Bhimdiwala, A., Nathan, A., & Hwang, Y. (2018). Transfer and mobility: A national view of student movement in postsecondary institutions, fall 2011 cohort.

Thomas, D. T., Walsh, E. T., Torr, B. M., Alvarez, A. S., & Malagon, M. C. (2018). Incorporating High-Impact Practices for Retention: A Learning Community Model for Transfer Students. Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory & Practice, 1521025118813618.


Volkwein, J. F., King, M. C., & Terenzini, P. T. (1986). Student-faculty relationships and intellectual growth among transfer students. The Journal of Higher Education, 57(4), 413-430.