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A Longitudinal Study of Engineering Student Performance and Retention

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This 20-page paper, provided by the American Society for Engineering Education discusses a longitudinal study conducted at North Carolina State University. During this study, a cohort of students took five chemical engineering courses taught by the same instructor in five consecutive semesters. "This report examines gender differences in the students academic performance, persistence in chemical engineering, and attitudes toward their education and themselves."

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Rights Felder, Richard M., Gary N. Felder, Meredith Mauney, Charles E. Hamrin, and E J. Dietz, "A Longitudinal Study of Engineering Student Performance and Retention," Journal of Engineering Education (84):151-163 (1995). American Society for Engineering Education.
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