Digest of Recent Research No Share Share this page on Twitter Share this page on Facebook Share this page on LinkedIn Print this page Email this page Page ContentPublished three times a year, the Digest of Recent Research will highlight timely research from scholarly journals and other publications with a focus on findings relevant to presidents and other leaders of independent colleges and universities. Edited by John M. Braxton, professor of higher education at Vanderbilt University, each Digest will offer a brief summary of selected articles that includes a discussion of the findings and implications for action by the leadership of independent colleges and universities. CIC is grateful to the Spencer Foundation for its support of this new series.The article summaries in The Digest of Recent Research are available separately on CIC’s website and each Digest issue also can be downloaded as a single document (PDF). For questions or comments about the Digest, please contact Hollie Chessman, director of research projects, at firstname.lastname@example.org. DIGEST NO. 2, MARCH 2017 Read Online Download PDF Digest No. 1, November 2016 Read Online Download PDF About the EditorJohn M. Braxton is professor of higher education in the department of Leadership, Policy, and Organizations at Van-derbilt University. He serves on the editorial board of the Journal of College Student Retention and served as the editor of the Journal of College Student Development from 2008 to 2015. Braxton has co-authored or edited 13 books, including: Rethinking College Student Retention, 2013 (with William Doyle, Harold V. Hartley III, Amy Hirschy, Willis Jones, and Michael McLendon), Professors Behaving Badly, 2011 (with Eve Proper and Alan Bayer), Faculty Misconduct in Collegiate Teaching, 2003 (with Alan Bayer), and Institutionalizing a Broader View of Scholarship Through Boyer’s Four Domains, 2002 (with William Luckey and Patricia Helland). Braxton also is past president of the Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE). Braxton is the recipient of the ASHE Research Achievement Award and the American College Personnel Association (ACPA) – College Student Educator International’s Contribution to Knowledge Award.