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Advisers’ experience needed for academic outcomes research


Advisers are invited to participate in a research project at WVU investigating relationships between students’ course schedules and academic outcomes.

Prospective participants with a minimum of two years of experience may complete a Qualtrics screening survey that may lead to further participation in an interview or focus group. 

The research group hopes to combine insights from conversations with academic advisers about their experiences with course scheduling with findings from statewide student-level quantitative data.  

Deadline for participation is May 9.  

Further questions and more details about the project, confidentiality and other issues may be directed to the PI, John Campbell, at  

Please follow the survey link here: 

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