Campus Climate at Research Universities: 2012–2017
In this chapter, Soria examines students’ perception of campus climate at large, public research universities from 2012 to 2017. Soria illustrates how students’ perception of campus climate has diminished over time, most significantly for the campus climate for gender, race/ethnicity, and political beliefs but also for socioeconomic status, religious beliefs, and sexual orientation. The author also outlines the other chapters contributed by authors in this volume.
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