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Description of a student success program to increase support, coping, and self-efficacy among under-represented minority nursing students in the wake of the dual …

Minority STEM training

Hart A, Matthews AK, Smith A.
GSID: f4vT5O05zQIJ
AK Matthews, A Smith, C Smith, A Hart - Journal of professional nursing, 2022 - Elsevier

… training, including nursing, psychology, and public health. A … College of Nursing's Urban Health Program for providing … success of racialized minority groups in the health sciences. We …

Beyond performance: A motivational experiences model of stereotype threat

stereotype threat

Brown ER, Smith JL, Thoman DB.
DB Thoman, JL Smith, ER Brown, J Chase… - Educational psychology …, 2013 - Springer

… “Our research on stereotype threat began with a practical … After nearly 20 years of research on stereotype threat, it is clear that, … The worry of confirming a negative stereotype undermines …

When trying hard isn't natural: Women's belonging with and motivation for male-dominated STEM fields as a function of effort expenditure concerns

STEM and underrepresentation

Lewis KL, Smith JL.
GSID: rVIwh0Z5nvEJ
JL Smith, KL Lewis, L Hawthorne… - Personality and …, 2013 -

… In Study 1, women STEM graduate students perceived they exerted more effort than peers to … their fit in STEM. Implications for enhancing women’s participation in STEM are discussed. …

University-community partnerships: A stakeholder analysis

Alliances for Graduate Education and the Professoriate AND Program Evaluation

Smith KL.
GSID: 5pYQ8sfZNigJ
KL Smith - 2015 -

Universities and community organizations (eg, nonprofit organizations, schools, government, and local residents) often form partnerships to address critical social issues, such as improving service delivery, enhancing education and educational access, reducing poverty, improving sustainability, sharing of resources, research, and...

Theoretical foundations of research focused on HIV prevention among substance-involved women: a review of observational and intervention studies

Science interventions

Smith LR.
GSID: Ah6a-NgPD94J
JD Auerbach, LR Smith - Journal of acquired immune deficiency …, 2015 -

Although substance use continues to be a significant component of HIV risk among women worldwide, to date relatively little attention has been paid in research, services, or policy to …

Addressing the complexities of boundary work in sustainability science through communication

Build and Broaden 3.0 AND Program Evaluation

McGreavy B, Smith H.
GSID: Y_SJ-Yg5q2oJ
B McGreavy, K Hutchins, H Smith, L Lindenfeld, L Silka - Sustainability, 2013 -

Sustainability science seeks to identify and implement workable solutions to complex problems. This transdisciplinary approach advances a commitment to work across boundaries that occur among individuals, disciplines, and institutions to build capacities for informed and innovative decision making in...

Families and community-based programs: Characteristics, engagement, and dissemination

Build and Broaden 3.0 AND Program Evaluation

Lewis C, Smalls C, Smith E, Yu D.
GSID: bkKBfw_3K_wJ
C Smalls Glover, E Smith, D Yu, C Lewis - 2019 -

This chapter identifies similarities in the ways that parents are engaged with programs that have a community-based component. It examines the characteristics of community-based programs and introduces a continuum for parent program engagement. The chapter covers three basic, but...

RE-AIM in clinical, community, and corporate settings: perspectives, strategies, and recommendations to enhance public health impact

community settings

Harden SM, Ory MG, Smith ML.
SM Harden, ML Smith, MG Ory, RL Smith-Ray… - Frontiers in public …, 2018 -

The RE-AIM Framework is a planning and evaluation model that has been used in a variety of settings to address various programmatic, environmental and policy innovations for …

School psychology programs' efforts to recruit culturally diverse students

Non-school settings

Blake J, Graves SL, Smith L.
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L Smith, J Blake, SL Graves - Trainers' Forum, 2013 -

This study examined the strategies school psychology programs use to recruit culturally diverse students. Data from 69 training directors were collected via a web-based survey …

Perceptions of a program approach to virtual laboratory provision for analytical and bioanalytical sciences

laboratory instruction

Smith D.
T Bassindale, R LeSuer, D Smith - The Journal of Forensic Science …, 2021 -

When teaching chemistry and biosciences courses to undergraduate and postgraduate students, laboratory experience is a crucial requirement for skills development. Due to …

Closing the communal gap: The importance of communal affordances in science career motivation

Stem career programs

Brown ER, Smith JL, Thoman DB.
ER Brown, DB Thoman, JL Smith… - Journal of applied …, 2015 - Wiley Online Library

To remain competitive in the global economy, the United States (and other countries) is trying to broaden participation in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) by graduating an additional 1 million people in STEM fields by 2018. Although communion...

A prototype empirical evaluation of test driven development

program design

Miller J, Smith M.
GSID: ijvciOMsQeQJ
A Geras, M Smith, J Miller - 10th International Symposium on …, 2004 -

Test driven development (TDD) is a relatively new software development process. On the strength of anecdotal evidence and a number of empirical evaluations, TDD is starting to …

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