Community College Research Initiatives

December 3, 2019

ASHE Conference Presentations

Our team’s research was well-received at this year’s Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) conference in Portland, November 13th through the 16th. Learn more about each presentation CCRI was involved in below and click on the titles to open their respective slide deck:

Advancing Evidence-Based Policy: Meta-Analysis Findings from TAACCCT

Presented by Grant Blume, CCRI Affiliate Faculty; Elizabeth Apple Meza, CCRI Research Scientist; Ivy Love, New America Policy Analyst and Debra Bragg, CCRI Director.

A Spectrum of Partnerships: Intentional Collaborations to Improve Transfer Outcomes

Presented by Theresa Ling Yeh, CCRI Research Scientist and Lia Wetzstein, Associate Director of CCRI.

An integrative framework for evaluating the impact of career pathways

Debra Bragg participated in a research symposium on career pathways policies and programs held at the ASHE conference on Saturday, November 17, titled Career Pathway Programs: Building Connections between College, Employers, and Careers. Sandra Staklis, RTI was chair, Matt Giani, UT-Austin was discussant. Other presenters were Lauren Eyster, The Urban Institute; Laura Foster and Sandra Staklis, RTI; and Myriam Sullivan and Deborah Kobes, Jobs for the Future (JFF).

All CCRI Presentations