2009 Presentations

Motivation Matters: Using a Multidimensional Theoretical Framework to
Assess What Enrollment Structures Reveal about Institutional Priorities

November 7
Scott Andrew Schulz, Program Director of the USC Center for Enrollment Research, Policy, and Practice
Jerome Lucido, Executive Director of the USC Center for Enrollment Research, Policy, and Practice and Vice Provost for Enrollment Policy and Management, University of Southern California

2009 ASHE National Conference
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Conference paper


How Colleges and Universities Organize Themselves to Promote Student Persistence: The Emerging National Picture

October 23
Don Hossler , Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies and Executive Associate Dean for the School of Education, Indiana University
Jerome Lucido, Executive Director of the USC Center for Enrollment Research, Policy, and Practice and Vice Provost for Enrollment Policy and Management, University of Southern California
Scott Andrew Schulz, Program Director of the USC Center for Enrollment Research, Policy, and Practice
Mary Ziskin, Senior Associate Director, Project on Academic Success, Indiana University

The 2009 College Board National Forum
New York, New York


Enrollment Professionals: The Centralization Movement and External Influences

Scott Andrew Schulz, Program Director of the Center for Enrollment Research, Policy, and Practice

October 23
The 2009 College Board National Forum
New York, New York


Informing Policy Initiatives to Facilitate College Access and Success: Exploring the College Capital Index

Scott Andrew Schulz, Program Director of the Center for Enrollment Research, Policy, and Practice

September 26
Annual Meeting of the National Association for College Admissions Counselors (NACAC)
Baltimore, Maryland


Assessing the Changing Face of Institutional Enrollment Efforts: An Examination of Chief Enrollment Officers and Chief Admission Officers

Jerome Lucido, Executive Director of the Center for Enrollment Research, Policy, and Practice and Vice Provost for Enrollment Policy and Management at the University of Southern California
Scott Andrew Schulz, Program Director of the Center for Enrollment Research, Policy, and Practice at the University of Southern California

September 24
Annual Meeting of the National Association for College Admissions Counselors (NACAC)
Chief Enrollment Officers’ Forum
Baltimore, Maryland


Evaluating the Perceived Capacity of High School Seniors to Value, Pursue and Complete a Four-Year Degree: The College Capital Index

July 16
Jerome Lucido, Executive Director of the Center for Enrollment Research, Policy, and Practice and Vice Provost for Enrollment Policy and Management at the University of Southern California
Scott Andrew Schulz, Program Director of the Center for Enrollment Research, Policy, and Practice at the University of Southern California

ACT Enrollment Planners Conference
Chicago, Illinois


Evaluating the Perceived Capacity of High School Seniors to Value, Pursue and Complete a Four-Year Degree: The College Capital Index

June 12
Scott Andrew Schulz, Program Director of the Center for Enrollment Research, Policy, and Practice at the University of Southern California

Annual Meeting of the Western Association of College Admissions Counselors (WACAC)
Chapman University, Orange, CA


Sustaining Opportunity: An Overview of Salient Funding and Aid Issues Facing Higher Education

April 29
Scott Andrew Schulz, Program Director of the Center for Enrollment Research, Policy, and Practice at the University of Southern California

Guest Lecture
“Finance in Postsecondary Education,” graduate course
University of Southern California


Measuring College Capital

February 24
Scott Andrew Schulz, Program Director of the Center for Enrollment Research, Policy, and Practice at the University of Southern California
Rick Bischoff, Director of Admissions at the California Institute of Technology

The College Board Western Regional Forum
Session 42, Denver Marriott City Center, Denver, CO


Additional Contributions

Selected Presentations from the 2009 NACAC National Conference in Baltimore, MD

  • Bousquet, D., Saltonstall, M., & Robbins, S. What Works in Promoting Student Success
  • Burge, D., & Geyer, S. Social Networking and the College Decision Process
  • Cornwell, C.M., Soares, J.A., & Chingos, M. Institutional Research on Standardized Testing
  • Cunningham, A., & Santiago, D. Aversion to Borrowing? Who Borrows and Who Doesn’t
  • Dodson, C., Lopez, E., Anselment, K., Gilbert, S., Tweed, J., & Hawkins, D. Education and the First 250 Days of the Obama Administration
  • Earls, J., Hunter, K., Hyde, M., & Strand, K. The Alumni Interview: Value Added for the Applicant and the Institution
  • Epstein, J., Schuetz, S., Kuiper, D., & Blanchette, P. Optimizing Student Recruitment: Improving Search and Outreach with Analysis and Evidence
  • Espenshade, T.J. Race and Class in Selective College Admission
  • Ewing, N., Anderson, S., Daniels, G., & Rodriguez, A. The Economy and Beyond: Implications for Professional Practice
  • Freeman, M., Lopez, L., Murray, B., & Erickson, J. The Impact of Curriculum-Based Testing on College Access and Success
  • Johnson, W., Silva-Rosa, M., Scott, M., & Bonitto, P. Coalition Building: Understanding the Relationship Between Admission and Student Affairs in the Recruitment of Underrepresented Populations
  • Mirabile, R., Lucier, C., & Jones, N. Attitudes of Senior-Level Admission Officers Toward Key Issues in Higher Education
  • Mitchell, J.S., Brunold, T.E., Thiboutot, J., & Guttentag, C. The Chinese are Coming!
  • Parmenter, T., Albrecht, B., & Carroll, C. The Admission Process Through the Eyes of a Low-Income Student
  • Rehling, N., O’Reilly, B., Hampton, M., & Ramos, C. Update on Admission Testing
  • Reynolds, L., & Thacker, L. Envisioning an Exemplary Admission System
  • Sternberg, R., & Espenshade, T. Modeling the Future: Alternative Approaches and Ramifications for Colleges
  • Sturtevant, A., Copeland-Morgan, Y., & Haugabrook, A. Why is it so hard to be simple?

Selected Presentations/Papers from the 2009 ASHE National Conference in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

  • Castleman, B.L., Arnold, K.D., Wartman, K.L., Fleming, S., Perez, C., Fraser, Jr., D., & DeAnda, M. Stemming the Summer Flood: An Experimental Study of College Counselor Intervention the Summer After High School Graduation on Low Income Students’ College Enrollment Presentation
  • Doyle, W.R. Changes in Institutional Aid 1992-2003: The Evolving Role of Merit Aid Presentation
  • Gross, J.P.K., & Torres, V. Competing Risks or Different Pathways? An Event History Analysis of the Relationship Between Financial Aid and Educational Outcomes for Latinos Paper
  • Huerta, A.H., & Venegas, K. Mattering and Marginality: Urban Latino Males in Higher Education Poster Session: Paper
  • Sanchez, S., & Venegas, K. The Use of the Psychocultural Model with Latino Students Roundtable Session: Outline
  • Titus, M.A., Simone, S., Gupta, A., & Mejias, P.P. Investigating State Appropriations and Net Tuition Revenue for Public Higher Education: A Vector Error Correction Modeling Approach Presentation

Selected Presentations from the 2009 AERA Annual Meeting in San Diego, CA

  • Ford, R. “Increasing Access to Postsecondary Education and Learning What Works in Canada” Presentation (PPT)
  • Long, M.C., Saenz, V.B., & Tienda, M. “Policy Transparency and College Enrollment: Did the Texas Top 10% Law Broaden Access to the Public Flagships?” Presentation
  • Walters, N.B., “Intervention for College Attendance Program” Presentation (PPT)