The Scholarly Work section is designed to showcase the academic scholarship of the Center faculty and students. Scholarly Work entries vary in form and range from including project specific reports, to highlighting a Center publication, to being a collection of vignettes about the research agendas of several individuals. These individual entries provide insight into the projects and outcomes central to the academic work and intellectual enterprise of our Center and its faculty.  

The National Study of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans*, and Queer (LGBTQ+) College Student Success

In the CHAE Report (Fall 2015), Dr. Renn discusses directing the National Study of LGBTQ+ College Student Success project and its many implications.

The Role of Relationships in the Lives of Women Scholars

In the CHAE Report (Fall 2015), Dr. Gonzalez discusses the importance of the role that relationships play in the lives of women academics.

Exploring the Mobility Rates of Foreign Born Faculty

In the CHAE Report (Fall 2015), Dr. Kim discusses mobility rates in foreign born faculty in higher education in the U.S.

Using Cogenerative Dialogues in Graduate Education

In the CHAE Report (Fall 2015), Dr. Jones discusses the use and benefits of cogenerative dialogues in graduate education.

Reimagining the Way We Teach Leadership

In the CHAE Report (Fall 2015), Dr. Arnold discusses his plans to re-envision EAD 315, an undergraduate leadership course at MSU.

The Role of Retired Faculty Organizations and Emeritus Colleges in Higher Education

In the CHAE Report (Fall 2015), Dr. Baldwin explores the role that retirement organizations play in higher education.

The National Peer Education Study

A study designed to provide evidence-based research outcomes associated with being a peer educator on a college or university campus.

South Africa Student Engagement

South Africa Student Research

Assessing Pathways to Retention in Undergraduate STEM Education

In the CHAE Report (Fall 2015), Dr. Wawrzynski discusses efforts to incorporate more active learning techniques in STEM classrooms with the goal of improving undergraduate STEM education.