NACADA supports research to advance knowledge about academic advising. Rigorous inquiry that investigates academic advising’s impact, context, or theoretical basis is particularly needed. The Research Committee has identified a research agenda of critical areas for research within these areas.
Research suggestions using CAS Standards
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NACADA Research Grants up to five thousand dollars ($5,000) may be awarded to support a single-year proposal. Practicing professionals and graduate students from any institution (US or international) seeking support for research in academic advising are eligible to apply.
The Research Institute is designed for researchers at all levels who are ready to transform their ideas into scholarly works.
NACADA member-distributed scholarly inquiry
Research listserv stimulates communication among those researching advising topics.
Scholarly Inquiry in Academic Advising - a comprehensive guide for completing research
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