Resources from Professor Regina Deil-Amen

Evans, Eliza D., McFarland, Daniel, Rios-Aguilar, Cecilia & Regina Deil-Amen. 2016. "Community (in) Colleges: The Relationship Between Online Network Involvement and Academic Outcomes at a Community College.Community College Review

Deil-Amen, Regina & Guadalupe Martinez. 2015. “College for All Latinos? The Role of High School Messages in Facing College Challenges” Teachers College Record, 117( 3):1-50.

Campbell, Courtney A., Deil-Amen, Regina & Cecilia Rios-Aguilar. 2015. “Do Financial Aid Policies Unintentionally Punish the Poor, and What Can We Do About It?” New Directions for Community Colleges. Special Issue: Understanding Equity in Community College Practice, 2015(172):67-76.

Fagioli, Loris P., Rios-Aguilar, Cecilia & Regina Deil-Amen. 2015. “Changing the Context of Engagement: Using Facebook to Increase Community College Student Persistence and Success.” Teachers College Record, 117(12): 1-42.

Davis, Charles H.F., Deil-Amen, Regina, Rios-Aguilar, Cecilia, & Manuel S. Gonzalez-Canche. 2014. “Social Media, Higher Education, and Community Colleges: A Research Synthesis and Implications for the Study of Two-Year Institutions.” Community College Journal of Research and Practice

Stuart, Robert G., Rios-Aguilar, Cecilia, & Regina Deil-Amen. 2014. "How Much Economic Value Does My Credential Have?’: Reformulating Tinto¹s Model to Study Students’ Persistence in Community Colleges.” Community College Review 

Rios-Aguilar, Cecilia & Regina Deil-Amen. 2012. "Beyond getting in and fitting in: Leveraging a trajectory of educational success through professionally-relevant social networksJournal of Hispanic Higher Education" 11, 179-196.

Deil-Amen, Regina. 2011. “Socio-Academic Integrative Moments: Rethinking Academic and Social Integration Among Two-Year College Students in Career-Related Programs.” Journal of Higher Education, 82(1):54-91.

Deil-Amen, Regina. 2011. “Beyond Remedial Dichotomies: Are ‘Underprepared’ College Students a Marginalized Majority?” New Directions for Community Colleges, No. 155:59-71.

Deil-Amen, Regina, & Stefanie DeLuca. 2010. “The Underserved Third: How Our Educational Structures Populate an Educational Underclass.” Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk (JESPAR), 15 (1): 27- 50.

Deil-Amen, Regina & Tenisha Tevis. 2010. "Circumscribed Agency: The Relevance of Standardized College Entrance Exams for Low SES High School Students.Review of Higher Education, 33 (2): 141-175.

Deil-Amen, Regina & Ruth Lopez Turley.  2007.  “A Review of the Transition to College Literature in Sociology.” Teachers College Record, Volume 109, Number 10 (Special Issue on Transitions to College), edited by Orr, Terry and Bill Trent

Cabrera, Alberto F., Regina Deil-Amen, Radhika Prahbu, PatrickTerenzini & Chul Lee. 2006. “Increasing the College Preparedness of At-Risk Students.” Journal of Latinos and Education, 5 (2).

Deil-Amen, Regina.  2006. “To Teach or Not to Teach ‘Social’ Skills?: Comparing Community Colleges and Private Occupational Colleges.” Teachers College Record, 108(3): 397-421.

Person, Ann E., Rosenbaum, James E. & Regina Deil-Amen. 2006.  “Student Planning and Information Problems in Different College Structures.” Teachers College Record, 108(3): 374-396.

Deil-Amen, Regina & James E. Rosenbaum. 2004. “Charter-Building and Labor Market Contacts in Two-Year Colleges.” Sociology of Education, 77(3):245-265.

Deil-Amen, Regina & James E. Rosenbaum. 2003. “The Social Prerequisites of Success: Can College Structure Reduce the Need for Social Know-How?” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 586:120-143.

Deil-Amen, Regina & James E. Rosenbaum. 2002. “The Unintended Consequences of Stigma-Free Remediation.”  Sociology of Education, 75(3): 249-268.

Rosenbaum, James E., Regina Deil-Amen & Ann E. Person. 2007. After Admission: From College Access to College Success. New York, New York: Russell Sage Foundation.

Deil-Amen, Regina. 2014. “The ‘Traditional’ College Student: A Smaller and Smaller Minority and Its Implications for Diversity and Access Institutions” In Remaking College. (Eds Stevens, Mitchell & Kirst, Michael). Stanford University Press. 

Deil-Amen, Regina & Cecilia Rios-Aguilar. 2014.“From FAFSA to Facebook: The Role of Technology in Navigating the Financial Aid Process.” In Innovations in Financial Aid. (Eds. Kelly, A. & Goldrick-Rab, S.) Harvard Education Press

Brenden, Scott, Deil-Amen, Regina & Cecilia Rios-Aguilar. (May 2015). “’Anyone like me?’ Non-Traditional Aged Community College Students Creating Community by Connecting Through Social Media.”

Campbell, Courtney & Regina Deil-Amen & Cecilia Rios-Aguilar. (April 2015). “Financial Aid Frustrations: Social Media as a Window into Community College Student Challenges

Rios-Aguilar, Cecilia, Gonzalez Canché, Manuel, Deil-Amen, Regina & Charles H. F. Davis III. “The Role of Social Media in U.S. Community Colleges: Survey Findings,” (Research Report, Jan 2012) 

Davis, C. H.F., Deil-Amen, R., Rios-Aguilar, C., & M. Gonzalez Canche. “Social Media in Higher Education: A Literature Review and Research Directions,” Research Report (Dec 2011) 

Campbell, Courtney & Regina Deil-Amen (Nov 2012). “Role Reversal in the College Admissions Process: How For-Profits Sell Themselves.” Paper presented at the national conference of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Las Vegas

Deil-Amen, Regina and Sara Goldrick-Rab. (2009) “Institutional Transfer and the Management of Risk in Higher Education.”  Wisconsin Center for the Advancement of Postsecondary Education (WISCAPE) Working Paper.