NSSE in the News (2014)
Arizona Sun (November/2014)
Effective teaching and time spent with faculty in and out of the classroom matter to student learning.
Education Week (November/2014)
Times Higher Education (November/2014)
The average US student’s experience varies widely between universities, even when the institutions are similarly selective and of a comparable size.
Early risers report higher engagement levels in almost every category measured by NSSE.
Education Dive (November/2014)
The majority of faculty work hours devoted to teaching.
Inside Higher Ed (November/2014)
NSSE Annual Results 2014 are detailed, including findings suggesting that highly selective colleges and universities don't inherently provide better quality engagement than institutions with open admissions. Additional findings discuss the influence of student sleep patterns on engagement, and the positive impact of academic advising on student success.
The Chronicle of Higher Education (November/2014)
The Chronicle summarizes key findings of the NSSE Annual Results 2014.
New York Times (July/2014)
NSSE's 2013 Annual Results reported that less than half of college students participated in a high-impact practices before graduating. Lehigh University is experimenting with ways to ensure undergraduate students have more access to such activities, without overburdening faculty.
Times Higher Education (May/2014)
A scholar of higher education in the UK examines the meaning of student engagement.
The New York Times (April/2014)
Findings from NSSE cited within discussion on academic advising on college and university campuses.
Inside Higher Ed (April/2014)
NSSE analyst weighs advantages and disadvantages of "undermatching".
Chronicle of Higher Education (April/2014)
NSSE analyst presents findings at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) on how "undermatching" affects the college experience.