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Impacts of internal motivators and external rewards on the persistence of first-year experience faculty


Author(s): Soldner, L. B., Lee, Y. R., & Duby, P. B.

Citation: Soldner, L. B., Lee, Y. R., & Duby, P. B. (2004). Impacts of internal motivators and external rewards on the persistence of first-year experience faculty. Journal of The First-Year Experience & Students in Transition, 16(2), 19-37.

 

Abstract

The authors surveyed full-time, first-year seminar faculty members to examine their persistence and attrition. Results show marked differences in the patterns of responses made by persisting and non-persisting faculty as regards internal motivators and external rewards. Based on the findings of this survey, recommendations are provided for maintaining and enhancing faculty involvement.

 

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