Dr. Molly Schaller, Associate Professor, fellow in the Learning Teaching Center at the University of Dayton, is widely known for her research and publications in the areas of sophomore development, learning spaces, collaborative communities, and academic advising and counseling. Dr. Schaller conducted a Webinar for The Summer Seminars of 2011 and has been invited to campus to follow through with this visitation. Dr. Schaller will meet individually with Title V Sophomore Success teams and will present to the general faculty during a noon-time event. Selected publications include:
Webb, K., Schaller, M., Hunley, S., & Coe, E. (2008). Measuring library space use and preferences: Charting a path toward increased engagement. Portal: Libraries and the Academy.
Twale, D., Ridenour, C., & Schaller, M. (2005). Nothing ventured, nothing gained: Intellectual risk taking and transition in a first-year doctoral cohort. Journal of College Orientation and Transition, 13 (1), 24-38.
Twale, D., Schaller, M., Hunley, S., and Polanski, P. (2002). Creating collaborative community in multidisciplinary settings. Innovative Higher Education, 27 (2).
Schaller, M. (2010). Understanding the impact of the second year of college. In M.S. Hunter, B.F. Tobolowsky, J.N. Gardner, S.E. Evenbeck, J.A. Pattengale, M.A. Schaller, L.A. Schreiner. Helping sophomores succeed: Understanding and improving the second-year experience. San Fransisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. 13-30
Schaller, M. (2010). College sophomores: The journey into self. In M.S. Hunter, B.F. Tobolowsky, J.N. Gardner, S.E. Evenbeck, J.A. Pattengale, M.A. Schaller, L.A. Schreiner. Helping sophomores succeed: Understanding and improving the second-year experience. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. 66-79.
Schaller, M. (2007). Sophomore student development. In B. Tobolowsky (Ed.), Monograph on the Sophomore Year Experience. Center for Students in Transition and the First Year Experience