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Adviser and Faculty Perceptions of the Benefits and Feasibility of Intrusive Advising

November 9, 2017

Danie Schneider, MSED, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Dr. Pietro Sasso, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Laurel Puchner, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

Abstract

Intrusive advising requires the efforts and collaboration of faculty and academic advisers.  Research suggests (Miller & Murray, 2005; Schee, 2007) that students are more successful when they have more meaningful relationships with academic advisers and faculty.  This study compared the attitudes and perceptions about intrusive advising between faculty members and academic advisers at a …

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