Alumna Contributes Chapter to New High School to College Transition Publication
Alumna Chenoa Woods has contributed Chapter 2: “The High School to College Transition: College-Going Culture, Student-Counselor Interactions, and the College Preparation Process,” to the newly-published book: High School to College Transition Research Studies, edited by Terence Hicks and Chance W. Lewis (Rowman & Littlefield). This new publication provides a “mixture of quantitative and qualitative research findings surrounding a diverse group of college students.”
Dr. Woods is a 2014 graduate of UC Irvine’s Ph.D. in Education, specialized in Educational Policy and Social Context (EPSC). Her doctoral research foci included college access and persistence, diversity and equity, school counselors, and high school graduation requirements. Her dissertation is titled: Patches in the Leaky Pipeline: The Influences of School Contexts on Students’ College Preparation and Choice.