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Term Ending 2014

Robert D. Reason

Robert D. Reason, Iowa State University

Robert D. Reason is an associate professor of student affairs and higher education at Iowa State University. His work has been published in numerous scholarly journals, such as the Journal of College Student Development, NASPA Journal, and College Student Affairs Journal. He is the Director of Research and Assessment for the Core Commitments Initiative of the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U), and in that role, directs the Personal and Social Responsibility Inventory. Additionally, he is currently a Faculty Fellow for the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) and a Senior Scholar for the American College Personnel Association (ACPA). He was previously associate professor of education in college student affairs and higher education at Penn State University and a senior research associate with Penn State's Center for the Study of Higher Education, where he served as coprinciple investigator (with Patrick Terenzini) on two national research studies related to student success during the first year of college: the Foundations of Excellence™ in the First Year of College Project and the Parsing the First Year of College Project.

 

 

 

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