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Attrition and Retention in Engineering

http://documentalqueridowatson.es/pizdyhov/8289 Analyzing Enrollment, Transfer, Drop-out and Stop-out activity

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see url Jim Greer, Sean Maw, Liz Kuley, Craig Thompson, Stephanie Frost, Ryan Banow

https://infotuc.es/esminec/212 Jim.greer@usask.ca

Purpose

http://getraenke-doeden.de/tyuie/636 In an effort to improve retention in Engineering at the University of Saskatchewan, a study was undertaken to identify factors, evaluate recent efforts to reduce attrition, and implement new initiatives to attract and retain students from targeted populations.

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http://creatingsparks.com.gridhosted.co.uk/?endonezit=easy-binary-options-technology-inc Figure 1. Six year graduation and attrition for engineering students.

Tool: Ribbon

wordpress_logged_in_da4fdf2b7db7480ac974975600a455ec Efforts to bring student data at the University of Saskatchewan into a University Data Warehouse have been successful and it is now relatively easy to build up a specific dataset for visualization in the Ribbon Tool. Engineering enrolment data for different demographic groups since 2008 have been collected and structured. Admission policies, enrolment quotas, freshman promotion standards, and probationary actions have been tweaked in recent years and the effects of these changes on attrition and retention have not yet been fully analyzed.

https://mummiesclub.co.uk/bilbord/1417 The Ribbon Tool helps track the changes in student flows into, through, and out of Engineering for various demographic subgroups.

Evidence-based Action

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Pathways to Graduation for Indigenous Students

University of Saskatchewan

Jim Greer, Graeme Joseph, Candace Wasacase-Lafferty, Stephanie Frost, Ryan Banow, Craig Thompson

Jim.greer@usask.ca

Purpose

Success for Aboriginal students has become a priority at the University of Saskatchewan. As an under-represented minority facing systemic financial and social challenges, more accurately tracking the flows of these students through various programs, providing adequate instructional and social supports, and improving retention and time to completion are important goals.

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Figure 1. Six year graduation and attrition for Aboriginal students.

Tool: Ribbon

Efforts to bring student data at the University of Saskatchewan into a University Data Warehouse have been successful and it is now relatively easy to build up a specific dataset for visualization in the ribbon tool. Aboriginal student enrollment data for in various disciplines have been collected since 2008. Retention initiatives put into place in recent years can be quickly analyzed using the Ribbon Tool to determine if success rates and dropout rates are affected for Aboriginal students in various demographic categories.

Evidence-based Action

For more details about what evidence was collected, and actions taken, join the Tools for Evidence-based Action group on Trellis.