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"...provides long-awaited answers to critical questions regarding how college impacts students' lives. Through an accomplished interview technique, the author provides us with an inside tour of the lives and minds of hundreds of college graduates. The author weaves these stories into a highly usable framework for educational improvement. Her concrete suggestions help the r "...provides long-awaited answers to critical questions regarding how college impacts students' lives. Through an accomplished interview technique, the author provides us with an inside tour of the lives and minds of hundreds of college graduates. The author weaves these stories into a highly usable framework for educational improvement. Her concrete suggestions help the reader transform insights gained from the interviews into current college curricular and co-curricular practices. This book will be immediately useful for anyone connected to the college experience."-- AAHE Bulletin WINNER OF AERA'S NARRATIVE & RESEARCH SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP 2003 BOOK AWARD


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"...provides long-awaited answers to critical questions regarding how college impacts students' lives. Through an accomplished interview technique, the author provides us with an inside tour of the lives and minds of hundreds of college graduates. The author weaves these stories into a highly usable framework for educational improvement. Her concrete suggestions help the r "...provides long-awaited answers to critical questions regarding how college impacts students' lives. Through an accomplished interview technique, the author provides us with an inside tour of the lives and minds of hundreds of college graduates. The author weaves these stories into a highly usable framework for educational improvement. Her concrete suggestions help the reader transform insights gained from the interviews into current college curricular and co-curricular practices. This book will be immediately useful for anyone connected to the college experience."-- AAHE Bulletin WINNER OF AERA'S NARRATIVE & RESEARCH SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP 2003 BOOK AWARD

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    Another book for student development theory class, easier to read than the last one... Overall I liked it, but I'm not sure I would have wanted to be one of Baxter-Magolda's students. Another book for student development theory class, easier to read than the last one... Overall I liked it, but I'm not sure I would have wanted to be one of Baxter-Magolda's students.

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