CIRP surveys help demonstrate how the college experience shapes student learning and views about academic and civic engagement, diversity, leadership and other important areas that are critical to acheiving your institutional goals. At the CIRP Summer Institute, we show you how to get the most out of your data. We provide in-depth training on:
In this intensive hands-on three-day program, led by CIRP director, Kevin Eagan, you will learn how to design, analyze and report on your own study using CIRP data. You will also find out about the latest research findings from CIRP on relevant issues ranging from retention and student-faculty interaction to campus climate and diversity.
Kevin Eagan is Assistant Professor in Residence and Director of the Cooperative Institutional Research Program (CIRP), the longest-running and largest empirical study of higher education in the country. He is also the Interim Managing Director of the Higher Education Research Institute at UCLA (HERI) , where the CIRP surveys are administered. Dr. Eagan's research interests include issues related to undergraduate science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education, contingent faculty, student retention, institutional contexts and structures of opportunity, survey validity and reliability, and advanced quantitative methods.