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The Years that Matter Most: How College Makes or Breaks Us


reviewed by Sarah Burman, Matthew Gregory & Gregory Wolniak - December 07, 2020

coverTitle: The Years that Matter Most: How College Makes or Breaks Us
Author(s): Paul Tough
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt , Boston
ISBN: 0544944488, Pages: 400, Year: 2019
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: December 07, 2020
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 23538, Date Accessed: 4/21/2021 10:08:11 AM

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  • Sarah Burman
    University of Georgia
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    SARAH BURMAN, MEd., is a doctoral student and graduate assistant at the Institute of Higher Education, University of Georgia. Burman holds a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre from Georgia College and a Master of Education in Educational Psychology with a concentration in Applied Cognition and Development from the University of Georgia. Her research interests include higher education policy, college accessibility, tuition transparency, and retention.
  • Matthew Gregory
    University of Georgia
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    MATTHEW GREGORY, MPH, is a doctoral student and graduate assistant at the Institute of Higher Education, University of Georgia. Gregory previously worked as an analyst in the Office of Institutional Research at Northern Kentucky University, holds a Bachelor of Arts in chemistry and classical studies from Hope College, and a Master of Public Health in biostatistics from Emory University. His research interests center on statistical methods in higher education with a focus on student success, institutional outcomes, and institutional effectiveness.
  • Gregory Wolniak
    University of Georgia
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    GREGORY WOLNIAK, Ph.D., is an associate professor at the Institute of Higher Education, University of Georgia. Dr. Wolniak conducts research on the career and economic impacts of college, as well as the factors that influence studentsí pathways into college. He is particularly interested in understanding how college studentsí socioeconomic trajectories are affected by their experiences in college, their educational choices, and their institutional environments, and the degree to which learning and developmental gains students make during college translate to post-college outcomes. Wolniak is a co-author on the 3rd volume of How College Affects Students: 21st Century Evidence that Higher Education Works (2016, Wiley/Jossey-Bass), and serves as Associate Editor of The Journal of Higher Education. His recent publications appear in AERA Open, Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, Research in Higher Education, and Review of Higher Education.
 
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