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Last seen on: Daily Celebrity Crossword – 1/16/18 TV Tuesday
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Dr. Alexander W. Astin (born May 30, 1932, Washington, D.C.) is the Allan M. Cartter Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Higher Education and Organizational Change, at the University of California, Los Angeles.
He is founding director of the Higher Education Research Institute at UCLA. He has served as Director of Research for both the American Council on Education and the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. He is also the founding director of the Cooperative Institutional Research Program, an ongoing national study of some fifteen million students, 300,000 faculty and staff, and 1,800 higher education institutions.
Astin has been director of research for both the American Council on Education (1965–1973) and the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (1960–1965). He has authored 23 books and more than 300 other publications in the field of higher education, and has been a recipient of awards for outstanding research from more than a dozen national associations and professional societies. He has also been elected to membership in the National Academy of Education (NAEd), a fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University, and a recipient of eleven honorary degrees. A 1990 study in the Journal of Higher Education identified Astin as the most frequently-cited author in the field of higher education. A 2010 study in the same journal also identified him as the author most cited by others in the field of higher education. In 1985 readers of Change magazine selected Astin as the person “most admired for creative, insightful thinking” in the field of higher education. His latest book is Are You Smart Enough? How Colleges’ Obsession with Smartness Shortchanges Students (Stylus, 2016).