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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Number (NSF Grant 0757076) , and National Institute of Health, NIGMS (1 R01 GMO71968-01, R01 GMO71968-05, R01 GM071968-09, 2R01 GM071968-09,1RC1GM090776-01).
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Cobian, K.P., Hurtado, S., Roth-Johnson, L., & Eagan, M.K. (Jan 2018). Strategies from biology to transform undergraduate STEM teaching and learning. PowerPoint presented at the annual conference for the Society for the Advancement of Biology Education Research (SABER) West, Irvine, CA.
Hurtado, S. (Jul 2017). Institutional transformation: Models and strategies of institutional change in practices for undergraduate teaching and research. PowerPoint presented at the annual Conference for Undergraduate Educators for the American Society for Microbiology, Denver, CO.
Eagan, M.K., & Romo, E. (Jun 2017). Curricular reform as institutional transformation: Infusing active learning into introductory life science courses. Powerpoint presented at the STEM Institute for the Higher Education Research Institute at the University of California, Los Angeles.
Eagan, M.K., & White-Lewis, D.K. (Jun 2017). STEM Faculty: Work, life, and impact in the classroom. Powerpoint presented at the STEM Institute for the Higher Education Research Institute at the University of California, Los Angeles.
Hurtado, S., & Cobian, K.P. (Jun 2017). Institutional transformation: A new framework informed by strategies utilized at highly productive institutions. Powerpoint presented at the STEM Institute for the Higher Education Research Institute at the University of California, Los Angeles.
White-Lewis, D., Figueroa, T., Cobian, K., & Hurtado, S. (Jun 2017). Predicting Identity, Success Skills, and Achievement in Introductory STEM Courses. Presentation at the 2017 Annual Forum of the Association for Institutional Research, Washington D.C.
Hurtado,S., Eagan, K., Figueroa, T., Wilkins, A., Cobian K. (Aug 2016). The Faculty Role and Institutional Performance in STEM Degree Attainment. Final report to the Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Figueroa, T., Cobian, K.P., White-Lewis, D., Eagan, K.M., Hurtado, S. (Jun 2016). The College Experiences that Influence Post-Baccalaureate STEM Pathways. Presentation at the 2016 Annual Forum of the Association for Institutional Research, New Orleans, LA
Wilkins, A.N., Figueroa, T., Hurtado, S., Razo-Duenas, J., Mendoza, R., Carter, D.F. (Jun 2016). STEM Faculty at Exemplar Institutions. Presentation at the 2016 Annual Forum of the Association for Institutional Research, New Orleans, LA
Figueroa, T., Wilkins, A.N., Hurtado, S., Eagan, K. (Apr 2016). The Nexus of Knowledge Production and Acquisition: Integrating Research and Teaching in STEM Classrooms. Presentation at the 2016 Annual Meeting of the American Education Research Association (AERA), Washington, D.C.
Hurtado, S. (Sep 2015). STEM Undergraduate Education: Increasing Diversity & Productivity. Presentation at the University of California, Berkeley (Fall 2015)
Wilkins, A.N., Figueroa, T., Hurtado, S. (Jun 2015). Leveraging Pedagogical Practices in the Classroom to Promote Aspirations for a Research Career. Presentation at the 2015 Annual Conference of the Association for Study of Higher Education (ASHE), Denver, CO
Figueroa, T., Wilkins, A., & Hurtado, S. (May 2015). Black STEM Students and the Opportunity Structure. Paper to be presented at the annual forum for the Association for Institutional Research, Denver, CO.
Hughes, B., Paul, R., & Eagan, K. (May 2015). Engineering Students' Post-College Pathways. Presentation at the 2015 Annual Forum of the Association for Institutional Research, Denver, CO.
Hurtado S., Hughes, B., Figueroa, T., Eagan, K., & Wilkins, A. (Apr 2015). Replenishing STEM Pipelines: Factors that Contribute to Undecided Students' Completion of STEM Bachelor's Degrees. NIH project poster presented the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Chicago, Illinois
Figueroa, T., & Hurtado, S. (Nov 2014). Adjustment to the Graduate Environment: A Focus on URM Students in STEM. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Washington, DC, November 20-22, 2014.
Hughes, B., Hurtado, S. & Eagan, M. K. (Nov 2014). Driving Up or Dialing Down Competition in Introductory STEM Courses: Individual and Classroom Level Factors. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Washington, DC, November 20-22, 2014.
Hurtado, S., Eagan, K., Figueroa, T., & Hughes B. (May 2014). Making Future Scientists: Campuses' Efficiency in STEM Degree Production. Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA
Hurtado, S., Eagan, K., Figueroa, T., & Hughes B. (May 2014). The Impact of Undergraduate Interventions on STEM Student Outcomes. Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA
Hurtado, S., Eagan, K., Figueroa, T., & Hughes B. (Apr 2014). Reversing Underrepresentation: The Impact of Undergraduate Research Programs on Enrollment in STEM Graduate Programs. Los Angeles: Higher Education Research Institute, UCLA
Figueroa, T. & Hurtado, S. (Nov 2013). Underrepresented Racial and/or Ethnic Minority (URM) Graduate Students in STEM Disciplines: A Critical Approach to Understanding Graduate School Experiences and Obstacles to Degree Progression. Paper presented at the Association for the Study of Higher Education in St. Louis, MO.
Hughes, B. & Hurtado, S. (Nov 2013). Investing in the future: Testing the Efficacy of Socialization within Undergraduate Engineering Degree Programs. Paper presented at the Association for the Study of Higher Education Annual Conference in St Louis, MO.
Figueroa, T., Hurtado, S., Eagan, K. (May 2013). Making it!...or Not: Institutional Contexts and Biomedical Degree Attainment.
Garibay, J., Hughes, B., Eagan, K., Hurtado, S. (May 2013). Beyond the Bachelor's: What Influences STEM Post-Baccalaureate Pathways.
Hurtado, S., Garcia, G., Gasiewski, J., Hughes, B. (May 2013). Have They Got the Fever? Is It Part of the Fabric? Institutional Transformation in STEM from "Pioneers' " Perspectives. Paper presented at the National Conference on Race and Ethnicity (NCORE). New Orleans, LA.
Figueroa, T., Hughes, B., & Hurtado, S. (Apr 2013). Supporting Future Scientists: Predicting Minority Student Participation in the STEM Opportunity Structure in Higher Education.. Paper presented at the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST) 2013.
Gasiewski, J., Hurtado, S., Figueroa, T., Garcia, G. (Apr 2013). 'Having the Right Person, in the Right Place, at the Right Time Is What Makes a Difference': Pioneering Individuals in STEM and Institutional Agents.
Hughes, B., Garibay, J., Hurtado, S., Eagan, K. (Apr 2013). Examining the Tracks That Cause Derailment: Institutional Contexts and Engineering Degree Attainments.
Hurtado, S., Figueroa, T. (Apr 2013). Women of Color Faculty in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM): Experiences in Academia.
Hurtado, S., Eagan, K., Pryor, J.H., Whang, H., & Tran, S. (Oct 2012). Undergraduate Teaching Faculty: The 2010-2011 HERI Faculty Survey.
Figueroa, T., Garcia, G., Hughes, B. & Hurtado, S. (Oct 2012). Trajectories of Underrepresented Students in STEM: Findings from Research & Implications for Practice.. Paper presented at the AAC&U Diversity and Learning Conference in Baltimore.
Hurtado, S., Chang, M.J., Eagan, K., & Hughes, B. (Aug 2012). NIH Progress Report for Year 8.
Eagan, K., Figueroa, T., Hurtado, S., & Gasiewski, J. (Jun 2012). Faculty Accessibility Cues: Opening the Doors to Classroom Communication.. Paper presented at the Annual Forum of the Association for Institutional Research, New Orleans, LA.
Eagan, K., Garibay, J., Soh, M., Hurtado, S., & Chang M. (Jun 2012). "Gunning" for the Win! How Competitive Classroom Environments and Student Experiences Predict Pre-Meds' Commitment to Health Research and Practice.. Paper presented at the Annual Forum of the Association for Institutional Research, New Orleans, LA.
Hurtado, S., Eagan K., M., & Hughes, B. (Jun 2012). Priming the Pump or the Sieve: Institutional Contexts and URM STEM Degree Attainments.
Eagan, K. (May 2012). Examining Undergraduates' Departure from STEM: Findings from a National Study.
Herrara, F.A., Hurtado, S., Garcia, G., & Gasiewski, J. (Apr 2012). A Model for Redefining STEM Identity for Talented Graduate Students.
Eagan, K., S. Hurtado, Garibay, J., & Herrera F. (Apr 2012). Accentuating Advantage: Developing Science Identity during College.. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
Eagan, K., Garcia, G., Gasiewski, J. & Hurtado, S. (Apr 2012). Passing through the Gates: Identifying and Developing Talent in Introductory STEM Courses.. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
Herrera, F.A., & Hurtado, S. (Nov 2011). Maintaining Career Aspirations in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) among College Students.
Garcia, G., Gasiewski, J., & Hurtado, S. (Nov 2011). Principles of Good Practice in Introductory STEM Courses: Listening to the Voices of Faculty and Students.
Hurtado, S., Chang, M., Eagan, K., & Figueroa, T. (Aug 2011). NIH Progress Report For Year 7.
Tran, M.C., Herrera, F.A., & Garibay, J.C. (Jun 2011). When Science Lacks Diversity and Social Relevance, Can Students be Objective Scientists and Still be Themselves? National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in American Higher Education..
Eagan, M.K., Herrera, F.A., Garibay, J.C., Hurtado, S., & Chang, M.J. (May 2011). Becoming STEM Protégés: Factors Predicting the Access and Development of Meaningful Faculty-Student Relationships.. Paper presented at the Annual Forum of the Association for Institutional Research, Toronto, ON, Canada.
Gasiewski, J.A., Eagan, M.K., Garcia, G.A., Hurtado, S., & Chang, M.J. (May 2011). From Gatekeeping to Engagement: A Multicontextual, Mixed Method Study of Student Academic Engagement in Introductory STEM Courses. Association for Institutional Research..
Gasiewski, J.A., Herrera, F.A., Mosqueda, C., Hurtado, S., & Chang, M.J. (May 2011). The Pathway to Loneliness: When Institutional Support Really Matters for STEM Graduate Students. Association for Institutional Research..
Sharkness, J.A., Eagan, M.K., Hurtado, S., Figueroa, T., & Hurtado, S. (May 2011). Academic Achievement among STEM Aspirants: Why do Black and Latino Students Earn Lower Grades than their White and Asian Counterparts? Association for Institutional Research..
Eagan, M.K., Herrera, F.A., Sharkness, J.A., Hurtado, S., & Chang, M.J. (Apr 2011). Crashing the Gate: Identifying Alternative Measures of Student Learning in Introductory Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Courses.. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.
Garcia, G.A., & Hurtado, S. (Apr 2011). Predicting Latina/o STEM Persistence at HSIs and non-HSIs. American Educational Research Association.
Herrera, F.A., & Hurtado, S. (Apr 2011). Maintaining Initial Interests: Developing Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Career Aspirations Among Underrepresented Racial Minority Students. American Educational Research Association..
Tran, M.C., Herrera, F.A., Gasiewski, J.A. (Apr 2011). STEM Graduate Students' Multiple Identities: How can I be me and be a scientist?. National Association of Research on Science Teaching..
Hurtado, S & Garcia, G (Mar 2011). Latinas/os in STEM: A Longitudinal Look at the Experiences that Lead to Persistence.
Chang, M.J., Eagan, M.K., Lin, M.H., & Hurtado, S. (Jan 2011). Considering the Impact of Racial Stigmas and Science Identity: Persistence Among Biomedical and Behavioral Science Aspirants..
Eagan, K., Hurtado, S., & Chang, M. (Nov 2010). What Matters in STEM: Institutional Contexts That Influence STEM Bachelor's Degree Completion Rates.. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Indianapolis, IN.
Garcia, G.A., Newman, C.B., & Gasiewski, J.A. (Nov 2010). Multidisciplinary Preparation and Exposure to Multiple Career Pathways amongst STEM Graduate Students.
Hurtado, S., Tran, M., Herrera, F., & Gasiewski, J., (Nov 2010). Exploring the Intersectionality of Science and Racial Identity through Graduate Student Experiences.
Eagan, K., Hurtado, S., & Chang, M. (Oct 2010). What Matters for STEM Degree Completion? Expanding and Diversifying College Graduates..
Eagan, K., Hurtado, S., & Herrera, F. (Oct 2010). Crashing the Gate: Improving Student Learning in Introductory STEM Courses..
Hererra, F., Gasiewski, J., & Tran, M. (Oct 2010). Success Stories: How Social Identities Affect Students' Educational Trajectories in STEM..
Hurtado, S. (Sep 2010). National STEM Data: A Broad Perspective to Reaching SACNAS' Mission.
Hurtado, S. (Jun 2010). Expanding and Diversifying STEM Degree Recipients:What We Know From Students' Experiences.
Hurtado,S., Eagan, K., Gasiewski, J. & Tran, M. (Jun 2010). Race to the Top: Examining Predictors of Competition among First-Year Science Students.
Eagan,K & Sharkness, J. (Jun 2010). Developing a Science Identity.
Eagan, K., Garcia, G., Herrera, F., & Garibay, J. (May 2010). Making a Difference in Science Education for Underrepresented Students: The Impact of Undergraduate Research Programs.. Paper presented at the Annual Forum of the Association for Institutional Research, Chicago, IL.
Eagan, K., Sharkness, J., Hurtado, S., Chang, M., & Mosqueda, C. (May 2010). Engaging Undergraduates in Science Research: Not Just about Faculty Willingness.
Gasiewski, J., Garcia, G., Herrera,F., Tran, M., & Newman,C. (May 2010). Barricades, Bridges, and Programmatic Adaptation: A Multi-campus Case Study of STEM Undergraduate Research Programs.
Chang, M.J., Sharkness, J., Newman, C.B., & Hurtado, S. (May 2010). What Matters in College for Retaining Aspiring Scientists and Engineers.. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Education Research Association, Denver, CO.
Eagan, K. & Newman, C. (May 2010). Investing in Human Capital: Underrepresented Racial Minorities' Intentions to Attend Graduate School in STEM Fields.. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Education Research Association, Denver, CO.
Hurtado, S. (Mar 2010). Expanding and Diversifying STEM Degree Recipients.
Eagan, M.K. (Jan 2010). Moving beyond Frontiers: How Institutional Context Affects Degree Production and Student Aspirations in STEM. (Ph.D. Dissertation), University of California, Los Angeles, CA. ProQuest database..
HERI (Jan 2010). Degrees of Success Bachelor's Degree Completion Rates among Initial STEM Majors.
Hurtado, S., Eagan, K., & Sharkness, J. (Jun 2009). Thinking and Acting Like a Scientist: Investigating the Outcomes of Introductory Science and Math Courses.. Paper presented at the Annual Forum of the Association for Institutional Research, Atlanta, GA. Http://heri.ucla.edu/nih/downloads/AIR2009-Thinking-and-acting-like-a-scientist.pdf
Hurtado, S., Tran, M., Eagan, K., Newman, C., & Velasco, P. (Jun 2009). We do science here: Underrepresented students in different college contexts.
Chang, M., Eagan, K., Lin, M., & Hurtado,S (Apr 2009). Stereotype Threat: Undermining the Persistence of Racial Minority Freshmen in the Sciences.
Hurtado, S. & Chang, M. (Feb 2009). Improving the rate of success for underrepresented racial minorities in the biological and behavioral sciences: Insights from a national project.
Eagan, K. & Sharkness, J. (Feb 2009). A strong start in the sciences: Factors influencing minority students' academic and social engagement.
Eagan,K & Sharkness, J. (Feb 2009). A Strong Start in the Sciences: Factors Influencing Minority Students' Academic and Social Engagement.
Chang, M.J., Cerna, O.S., Han, J. C., & Saenz, V. B. (Jun 2008). The contradictory roles of institutional status in retaining underrepresented students in biomedical and behavioral science majors.The Review of Higher Education, 31(4), 433-464. http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/reveview_of_higher_education/v031/31.4.chang.html.
Hurtado, S., Cabrera, N., Lin, M., Arellano, L., & Espinosa, L. (May 2008). Diversifying science: Underrepresented student experiences in structured research programs.
Hurtado, S., Eagan, K., Cabrera, N., Lin, M., Park, J., & Lopez, M. (Jun 2007). Training Future Scientists: Predicting First-Year Minority Student Participation in Health Science Research.
Oseguera, L., Hurtado, S., Denson, N., Cerna, O., & Saenz, V. (Jul 2006). The Characteristics and Experiences of Minority Freshmen Committed to Biomedical and Behavioral Science Research Careers.
Hurtado, S., Chang, J., Saenz, V., Espinosa, L., Cabrera, N., & Cerna, O. (May 2006). Predicting Transition and Adjustment to College: Minority Biomedical and Behavioral Science Studentsí First Year of College.
Hurtado, S., Chang, J., Chang, M. (Aug 2005). Access to Resources: Pre-college Characteristics and Experiences of Underrepresented Minority Students in the Biomedical and Behavioral Sciences.
Hurtado, S., Cerna, O., Chang, J., Saenz, V., Lopez, L., Mosqueda, C., Oseguera, L., Chang, M., Korn, W. (Jul 2005). ASPIRING SCIENTISTS: Characteristics of College Freshmen Interested in the Biomedical and Behavioral Sciences.