References

The call for application references the following publications:

Brower, A. M. (2008). More like a home than a hotel: The impact of living-learning programs on college high-risk drinking. The Journal of College and University Student Housing, 35(1), 32-49.

Brower, A., & Inkelas, K. K. (2007). Assessing learning community programs and partnerships. In Smith, B. L., & Williams, L. B. (Eds.). Learning communities and student affairs: Partnering for powerful learning. Olympia, WA: The Evergreen State College, Washington Center for Improving the Quality of Undergraduate Education.

Brower, A.M., & Inkelas, K. K. (2010). Living-Learning programs: One high-impact educational practice we now know a lot about. Liberal Education, 96(2), 36–43.

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Council of Independent Colleges. (2015). Living-Learning Communities and Independent Higher Education (Research Brief No. 4). Retrieved from http://www.cic.edu/Programs-and-Services/Programs/Documents/CICBrief4-LivingLearning.pdf

Fink, J. E., & Hummel, M.L. (2015). With educational benefits for all:  Campus inclusion through learning communities designed for underserved student populations. New Directions in Student Services, 149, 29-40.

Fink, J.E., & Inkelas, K. K. (2015). A history of learning communities within American higher education. New Directions in Student Services, 149, 5-15.

Gabelnick, F., MacGregor, J., Matthews, R. S., & Smith, B. L. (1990). Learning communities: Creating connections among students, faculty, and disciplines. New Directions for Teaching and Learning, 41. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Inkelas, K. K. (2006). Living-learning under the microscope: Study puts real numbers to living-learning  trend. ACUHO-I Talking Stick, 23(3), 23-25.

Inkelas, K. K. & Associates. (2008). National Study of Living-Learning Programs: 2007 report of findings. Retrieved July 7, 2016, from National Study of Living-Learning Programs website: http://www.livelearnstudy.net/images/2007_NSLLP_Final_Report.pdf.

Inkelas, K. K. & Associates. (2008). National Study of Living-Learning Programs: 2007 report of findings. Retrieved July 7, 2016, from National Study of Living-Learning Programs website: http://www.livelearnstudy.net/images/2007_NSLLP_Final_Report.pdf.

Inkelas, K. K., & Associates. (2004). National Study of Living-Learning Programs: 2004 report of findings. Retrieved July 9, 2016, from National Study of Living-Learning Programs website: http://www.livelearnstudy.net/images/NSLLP_2004_Final_Report.pdf.

Inkelas, K. K., Daver, Z. E., Vogt, K. E., & Brown Leonard, J. (2007). Living-learning programs and first-generation college students’ academic and social transition to college. Research in Higher Education, 48(4), 403-434.

Inkelas, K. K., Garvey, J., & Robbins, C. (2012, April). Best Practices in living-learning programming: Results from a multiple case study. In Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, British Columbia.

Inkelas, K. K., Johnson, D., Lee, Z., Daver, Z., Longerbeam, S. D., Vogt, K., &  Brown Leonard, J. (2006). The role of living-learning programs in students’ perceptions of intellectual growth at three large universities. NASPA journal, 43(1), 115-143.

Inkelas, K. K. & Longerbeam, S. (2008). Working toward a comprehensive typology of living-learning programs. In Luna, G. & Gahagan, J. (Eds.). Learning Initiatives in the Residential Setting. Columbia, SC: National Resource Center for the First Year Experience and Students in Transition, University of South Carolina.

Inkelas, K. K., & Soldner, M. (2011). Undergraduate living-learning programs and student outcomes. In Higher Education: Handbook of Theory & Research, 26, 1-55. New York: Springer.

Inkelas, K. K., Soldner, M., Longerbeam, S. D., & Brown Leonard, J. (2008). Differences in student outcomes by types of living-learning programs: The development of an empirical typology. Research in Higher Education, 49(6), 495-512.

Inkelas, K. K., Soldner, M., & Szelényi, K. (2008). Living-learning programs for first- year students. In M. Dunn & W. Zeller (Eds.). Residence life programs and the First Year Experience (3rd Ed.). Columbia, SC: National Resource Center for the First Year Experience and Students in Transition, University of South Carolina.

Inkelas, K. K., Vogt, K. E., Longerbeam, S. D., Owen, J., & Johnson, D. (2006). Measuring outcomes of living-learning programs: Examining college environments and student learning and development. Journal of General Education, 55(1), 40-76.

Inkelas, K. K., & Weisman, J. L. (2003). Different by design: An examination of student outcomes among participants in three types of living-learning programs. Journal of College Student Development, 44(3), 335-368.

Inkelas, K. K., Zeller, W. J., Murphy, R., & Hummel, M. L. (2006). Learning moves home. About Campus, 10(6), 10-16.

Jessup-Anger, J. E. (2012). Examining how residential college environments inspire the life of the mind. The Review of Higher Education, 35(3), 431–462.


Jessup-Anger, J. E. (2015). Theoretical foundations of learning communities. New Directions for Student Services, 2015(149), 17-27.

Johnson, D. R. (2012). Campus racial climate perceptions and overall sense of belonging among racially  diverse women in STEM majors. Journal of College Student Development, 53(2), 336-346.

Johnson, D. R., Soldner, M., Brown Leonard, J., Alvarez, P., Inkelas, K. K., Rowan-Kenyon, H. T., & Longerbeam, S. D. (2007). Examining sense of belonging among first-year undergraduates from different racial/ethnic groups. Journal of College Student Development, 48(5), 525-542.

Johnson, D. R., Soldner, M., Brown Leonard, J., Alvarez, P., Inkelas, K. K., Rowan-Kenyon, H., &  Longerbeam, S. D. (2007). Examining sense of belonging among first-year undergraduates from different racial/ethnic groups. Journal of College Student Development, 48(5), 525-542.

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Longerbeam, S. D. (2010). Developing openness to diversity in living-learning program participants.  Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 3(4), 201-217.

Longerbeam, S. D., Inkelas, K. K., & Brower, A. M. (2007). Second-hand benefits: Student outcomes in residence halls with living-learning programs. Journal of College and University Student Housing, 34(2), 20-30.

Longerbeam, S. D., Inkelas, K. K., Johnson, D. R., & Lee, Z. (2007). Lesbian, gay, and bisexual college student experiences: An exploratory study. Journal of College Student Development, 48(2), 215-230.

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Rowan-Kenyon, H., Soldner, M. E., & Inkelas, K. K. (2008). The contributions of living-learning  programs on developing sense of civic engagement in undergraduate students. NASPA Journal, 44(4), 750-778. 

Rowan-Kenyon, H., Soldner, M., & Inkelas, K. K. (2007). The contributions of living- learning programs on developing sense of civic engagement in undergraduate students. NASPA Journal, 44(4), 750-778.

Shapiro, N. S., & Levine, J. H. (1999). Creating learning communities: A practical guide to winning support, organizing for change, and implementing programs. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

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Soldner, M., & Szelényi, K. (2008). A national portrait of today’s living-learning programs. The Journal of College and University Student Housing, 35(1), 14-31.

Spanierman, L. B., Soble, J. R., Mayfield, J. B., Neville, H. A., Aber, M., Khuri, L., & De La Rosa, B.  (2013). Living learning communities and students’ sense of community and belonging. Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 50(3), 308–325.

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Wawrzynski, M. R., & Jessup-Anger, J. E. (2010). From expectations to experiences: Using  a  structural  typology  to  understand  first-year  student  outcomes  in academically-based living-learning environments. Journal of College Student Development, 51(2), 201–217.

Zhao, C.M., & Kuh, G. D. (2004). Adding value: Learning communities and student engagement. Research in Higher Education 45(2): 115–138.