Developing a Graduate Student Workshops at a Predominantly Hispanic Serving Institution.
This study examines the pre-test and post-test outcomes of newly developed graduate student workshops covering topics in the area of writing and research. A total of two (2) workshops were completed by 102 graduate students at a predominantly Hispanic serving institution in the southeastern United States. T-test analyses indicated that there was a combined significant difference between pre-test and post-test outcomes, t(101) = -9.63, p < .001, suggesting that both workshops were effective in increasing graduate students’ knowledge base.
Keywords: Graduate Students, Hispanic Serving Institutions, Student Support
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