Recent Publications
Hazard, Laurie and Jean-Paul Nadeau.  Foundations for Learning: Claiming
Your Education, Third Edition, Prentice-Hall, 2012. Click here to learn more.

Guest Columnist
Washington Post Answer Sheet, September 2010
“How to help your child adapt to college life.

Other Publications
Hazard, Laurie and Jean-Paul Nadeau. (2009). Exploring the Evidence:
Reporting Research on Peer Educator Programs/Student Diversity Advocates.
National Resource Center for the First-Year Experience and Students in
Transition.

Hazard, Laurie and Winnard, Karin,
The First-Year Revue, Self-Published
Curriculum Guide
, Wizard Education Products, 2006.

Winnard, Karin and Hazard, Laurie.
The Tutor Revue, Self-Published
Curriculum Guide
, Wizard Education Products, 2006.

Hazard, Laurie and Jean-Paul Nadeau.
What Does it Mean to Be College-
Ready? Connection: The Journal of the New England Board of Higher
Education
, Volume XX, Number 4, Winter 2006.

Hazard, Laurie and Jean-Paul Nadeau.  Give This First-Year Experience
Course the Credit It Deserves,
LAANE Newsletter, Volume 17, Number 3,
Spring 2005.

Hazard, Laurie and Jean-Paul Nadeau, Bryant University Program Assessment
in Tobolowsky, B. F., Cox, B. E., & Wagner, M. T. (Eds.). (2005).
Exploring
the Evidence, Volume III: Reporting Outcomes of First-Year Seminars
(Monograph No. 42). Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina, National
Resource Center for The First-Year Experience and Students in Transition.

Hazard, Laurie L.
The Effect of Locus of Control and Attitudes Toward
Intelligence on Study Habits of College Students
. Dissertation. Boston
University, 1997
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Foundations for
Learning
is designed to
help students make a
successful transition to
college. The book
encourages students to
take responsibility for
and claim their own
education.

I initially wrote the
textbook for Bryant’s
required class for all
incoming first-year
students; it has since
been adopted by
institutions around the
country. Richard J.
Light, the Walter H.
Gale Professor of
Education at Harvard
University says
Foundations for
Learning
is “a winner
for any college
student” that is a
“beautifully written joy
to read.”