Alexandra Logue is masterful in distilling a mountain of work on eating and drinking into an engaging, coherent, and captivating picture of these essentials of human life.”

Kelly D. Brownwell, PhD

Latest News

  • #1 Most Read Paper

    The Managing Editor of Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis has announced that Logue, Watanabe-Rose, & Douglas’s paper, on a randomized controlled trial of a successful alternative to math remediation, was the #1 most read paper in EEPA for 2016.  The paper is at:  http://bit.ly/2mKv9Y4Read More
  • New Article and Podcast

    Concerning our work on a successful alternative to math remediation published in Education Next:  http://educationnext.org/reforming-remediation-college-students-mainstreamed-success-cuny/Read More

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  • Does Increasing Competition for Transfer Students Always Help Them?

    In the most recent previous entry on this blog (March 13), I described an articulation agreement between a community college and a university in New Jersey, an agreement that seems to be founded on decreasing the competition for transfer students and instead promoting their transfer to one particular bachelor’s-degree institution. …Read More
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    This past fall an article in Inside Higher Ed described what initially sounds like an articulation agreement that could be wonderful for students: “a new partnership, called 3+1, between [Rowan College at Burlington County, a community college, and Rowan University], which allows students to remain on the community college campus …Read More