aldesant, Author at Belk Center for Community College Leadership and Research

Apr 8, 2021

New Research Brief by Carrie Bartek, Ed.D. on Effective Community College and Public University Transfer Partnerships in North Carolina

In this new research brief, Carrie Bartek, Ed.D. examines the transfer and partnership practices employed by pairs of community colleges and public universities in North Carolina, which were identified in a companion study as more effective than other colleges in helping […]

Apr 8, 2021

Carrie Bartek, Ed.D. Identifies Effective Community College and Public University Transfer Partnerships in North Carolina

In a newly released research brief, author Carrie Bartek, Ed.D. studies community college and university transfer partnerships in North Carolina with higher-than-expected bachelor’s degree attainment rates given their student, institutional, and environmental characteristics. This brief details the first part of a […]

Mar 25, 2021

Research Brief by Adam Atwell and Mark D’Amico Examines the Baccalaureate Completion of Associate in Applied Science Transfers

In a new research brief, authors Adam K. Atwell, Ed.D. and Mark M. D’Amico, Ph.D. study the baccalaureate completion of 11,770 transfer students who earned a single Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree from a North Carolina community college from […]

Dec 9, 2020

Research Brief by Ashley Swing, Ed.D. on Low-Income Transfer Students: Paths to Bachelor’s Degree Completion

Ashley Swing, Ed.D, Graduate of the Adult and Community College Education Ed.D. Program, developed a research brief based on her dissertation about the experiences of low-income students, defined as those who received a federal Pell grant, who successfully transferred from […]