This program pairs an incoming freshman with an upper classman
He was my upper classman
at NTNU, three years ahead of me.
, Weierich, Hooley, Deliberto, & Nock, 2007; Hilt, Cha, & Nolen-Hoeksema, 2008; Weierich & Nock, 2008; Yates, Tracy, & Luthar, 2008).
33) Other defining features of the unique VMI experience include a strictly enforced Honor Code, a class system, and a Dyke System that assigns a senior, or first classman
, mentor to each freshman, or rat.
Although limited in its use thus far, research has been done with the IBM to assess college students' use of emergency contraception, with the model predicting 50% in the variance in intention (Wohlwend, Classman
, Dake, Jordan, Khuder & Kimmel, 2013).
Another participant suggested that an alum or upper classman
would be the most effective co-instructor because they have more leadership experience and serve as a better role model.
Examples of such interdisciplinary research include the consideration of how logistics managers' learning environments impact firm performance (Ellinger, Ellinger and Keller 2002), how logistics learning capability influences competitive positioning (Esper, Fugate and Davis-Sremak 2007), and conceptual work investigating the interaction of organizational culture, human resources policies and supply chain strategies (McAfee, Classman
and Honeycutt 2002).
Both Holick and Classman
feature mushrooms in their recently published books.
Then, an upper classman
starts calling out instructions.
Our programs are essentially delivered by young people: high school, upper classman
or college students.
how over several decades entering students learn from upper classman
that each and all will have to face the challenge of a substantial piece of academic work.
The first is a tenuously supported argument that by October 1944 "the upperclassman [Marshall] has now given way to the lower classman