Archive for All Publications, 2015

Impact of Difficulty in Adjusting and Adapting on International Student Attrition—By Dan Sheffield

Introduction Raj graduated from an International Baccalaureate secondary school in Mumbai. He was at the top of his class. He was accepted into a top level university in the United States – he had all that they were looking for! Raj arrived in Boston in late August and leapt into “frosh week” activities. By December […]

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The Effect of Generational Status on College Adjustment and Psychological Well-Being among South Asian American College Students-By Munni Deb, Ph.D. and Elizabeth Altmaier, Ph.D

University of Iowa, Department of Psychological and Quantitative Foundations ABSTRACT This study examines whether there is a difference between first-generation South Asian American college students and continuing-generation South Asian American college students in their college adjustment and their psychological well-being. Despite being the third largest Asian subgroup, South Asians continue to be underrepresented within educational […]

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