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The Mid-Atlantic Consortium for the FITW RAM project consists of Farmingdale State College, Bowie State University, Central Connecticut State University, Kean University, and The SUNY College at Old Westbury. Our goal is to improve 4-year graduation rates by 20% over each college’s baseline for both incoming first-year students and transfer students. We are adapting the Strong Theory of UCLA’s PEERS program to the characteristics of less-selective state teaching universities. Outcomes will be evaluated using a randomized control trial design, to meet the WWC Evaluation Standard without reservations.

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This working group is intended to facilitate continued discussion and action adressing issues related to Two-Year/Four-Year partnerships. Subscribe to this group and receive updates on new resources related to this topic.  You can also participate by sharing your ideas, posting existing resources, or collaborating with others in this group to develop and disseminate needed resources and tools. We encourage participation from anyone interested in improving undergraduate education. Please join us!

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This working group was initiated at the 2012 STEP Meeting, held March 13-15, 2012.  We thank the following leaders for helping to get the conversation started:
 

STEP 2012 Breakout Session Leaders: James Dorsey – University of Washington, Carolyn Vallas – University of Virginia

STEP 2012 Breakout Session Moderator: Russ Pimmel – Higher Education Services, Inc.

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The purpose of this working group is to initiate and facilitate discussions and develop educational resources related to undergraduate research and internship experiences.  It includes materials and follow up discussions that evolved from the 2012 STEP Grantee meeting breakout session lead by John Davis – Alma College, Joseph Kruger – Lamar University, Rakesh Pangasa – Arizona Western College and moderated by Sue Fitzgerald – NSF.  Also included are materials and discussions related to the STEP Central webinar: Introductory Undergraduate Research Experiences: Connecting Rising Sophomores to STEM, presented by Ginger Holmes Rowell and Christopher Stephens at Middle Tennessee State University.

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