A Spring 2015 Journal of Applied Research in the Community College
Volume 22, No. 1, Spring 2015
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Since 1993, the Journal of Applied Research in the Community College (JARCC) has served the institutional research and planning professionals in community colleges. We are now expanding that focus to include feature articles relating to the integration of research and theory to practice in all aspects of community college education. This semiannual, peer-reviewed journal provides an intellectual space to communicate innovative practices that support educational decision-making at the institutional, state and national levels.
JARCC is published by the San Diego State University Ed.D. program in Community College Leadership and Community College Leadership Alumni Chapter.
TABLE of CONTENTS Volume 22, Number 1, Spring 2015
Enrollment and Completion Patterns Among African American and Latino Males Attending Community Colleges in Illinois
By Lorenzo DuBois Baber and Edmund Graham
Fostering a Cross-College Mentoring Program: A Case Study Among Six California Community Colleges
By Lu Liu, Barbara McNeice-Stallard, and Claire Stallard
Evidence-Based Management and Community College Decision-Making
By Ronald B. Head
A Matter of Institutional Size: A Comparative Case Study of Collaborations Between Academic and Student Affairs in Community College Settings
By Needham Yancey Gulley
Challenges and Support: Transfer Experiences of Community College Transfer Students
By Yi (Leaf) Zhang and Taryn O. Allen
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