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    • Allen, J., & Taylor, K. (2006). The senior year transition: women undergraduates search for a path. Journal of College Student Development, 47(6), 595-608.

    • Ardizzone, K., Boice-Pardee, H. P., Hersh, S. L. (2006). Saluting seniors: A fun
      approach to easing the transition from college. E-Source for College Transitions 4(2), 10-11.

    • Arnold, D. (2006). Moving from general education to liberal education. Change: The Magazine, 38(3), 48-50.

    • Bowers, P. J., Dickman, M. M., & Fuqua, D. R. (2001). Psychosocial and career development related to employment of graduating seniors. NASPA Journal, 38(3), 326-347. Retrieved from  http://journals.naspa.org/jsarp/vol38/iss3/art5/

    • Bulger, S.M., Lindauer, J.R., & Jacobsen, B. (2007). Infusion of a professional development curricular strand across an undergraduate program. Journal of the First-Year Experience and Students in Transition. 19, 87-110.

    • Collier, P. (2000). The effects of completing a senior capstone course on student identity. Sociology of Education, 73(4), 285-300.

    • Eckel, P. (July, 1994). Building community in the freshman and senior year
      experiences; Completing the cycle of student-institution involvement. Paper presented at the International Conference for Students in Transition, Dublin, Ireland.

    • Gardner, J. (1999). The senior year experience. About Campus, 4(1), 5-12.

    • Gardner, J.N., Van der Veer, G., & Associates. (1997). The senior year experience:
      Facilitating integration, reflection, closure, and transition. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers.

    • Goodwin, R. (2008). The capstone experience: Fulfilling multiple goals for student
      and institutional success. E-Source for College Transitions, 6(2), 12-13, 15.

    • Henscheid, J.M. (2008). Preparing seniors for life after college. About Campus,13, 20-25.

    • Hettich, P. (2000, August). Transition processes from college to career. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

    • Magolda, P. (2003). Saying good-bye: An anthropological examination of a commencement ritual. Journal of College Student Development, 44(6), 779-796.

    • Maietta, H. (2010). Job club helps seniors transition to the world-of-work. E
      Source for College Transitions 7(3), 1-3, 8.

    • Moore, R.C. (2004). Capstone Classes. In W.G. Christ (Ed.), Assessing media
      education: A resource for educators and administrators. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.. Retrieved from http://users.etown.edu/m/moorerc/capstone.html

    • Noldon, D. F., Kim, S. H. & Sedlacek, W. E. (2000). The best and the worst: College
      seniors' experiences with academics and services. Journal of The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition, 12(2), 89-106.

    • Pistilli, M. D., Taub, D. J., & Bennett, D. E. (2003). Development of the senior concerns
      survey: An exploratory factor analysis. 15(1), 39-52. 

    • Priest, D. & Congo, D. H. (2007). In-College career planning curriculum helps
      students build career. E-Source for College Transitions 5(2), 11-12, 14.

    • Shea, H.H. (1999). Senior year transitions: From college to career and from
      undergraduate to graduate school. Journal of Student Affairs. Retrieved from http://www.colostate.edu/Depts/SAHE/JOURNAL2/1999/Senior.htm

    • Smith Arthur, D. C. (2005). Capstone courses provide community involvement. E-
      Source for College Transitions, 3(2), 3-4.

    • Sullivan, B., & Thomas, S. (2007). Documenting student learning outcomes through a research intensive senior capstone experience: bring the data together to demonstrate progress. North American Journal of Psychology, 9(2), 321-330.

    • Taub, D. J., Servaty-Seib, H. L., & Cousins, C. (2006). On the brink of transition: The concerns of college seniors. 18(2), 111-132. 

    • Yang, E., & Gybspers, N., (2007). Career transitions of college seniors. Career
      Development Quarterly 56(2), 157-171.

  • Click here for links to past SIT conference presentations about the SYE

  • Click here for abstracts of articles from the Journal of The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition about the SYE

  • National Survey of Senior Seminars/Capstone Courses

 

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