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    Tracee Synco, Assistant Dean 2015 -

    My thesis involved the application of logistic regression to determine the factors which best predict students’ continued enrollment for a population of first-time, full-time freshmen enrolling in the summer and fall terms of 2007. The models tested fifteen factors across a four-year span and illuminated the statistically significant factors for predicting persistence of students at an urban, public, very high research activity, university. Utilizing Supplemental Instruction (SI) as an approach ...

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    Tracee Synco, Assistant Professor (P) 2015 -

    My thesis involved the application of logistic regression to determine the factors which best predict students’ continued enrollment for a population of first-time, full-time freshmen enrolling in the summer and fall terms of 2007. The models tested fifteen factors across a four-year span and illuminated the statistically significant factors for predicting persistence of students at an urban, public, very high research activity, university. Utilizing Supplemental Instruction (SI) as an approach ...

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