About this Event
30 Park Place, Athens, Ohio 45701
University Libraries' Graduate Research Series
By the Numbers and from Their Own Voices: Identifying and Understanding Pathways to Student Thriving at a Public University in Benin
Counseling and Higher Education Doctoral student, Oumarou Abdoulaye Balarabe, shares his research of the practices and experiences that contribute to students thriving at a public university in Benin. Thriving students are those who are psychologically, socially, and academically engaged and enjoying their higher education experience. Using the thriving quotient instrument, Balarabe performed descriptive analysis to measure participants’ level of thriving based on the five factors of thriving: engaged learning, academic determination, diverse citizenship, positive perspective, and social connectedness. This research hopes to advance a research agenda that will continue to speak to the needs, diverse identities, and experiences of students internationally.
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This presentation is available in-person or via Microsoft Teams.