Session Materials: 2018 Diversity, Equity, and Inclusive Democracy

AAC&U thanks the session facilitators for sharing their work. Resources and materials are provided at the discretion of the facilitators.  Materials will be posted as they are received.

Thursday, March 22, 2018

Friday, March 23, 2018

Plenary: Committing to Equity and Inclusive Excellence: Campus-Based Strategies for Student Success
Lindsey Malcom-Piqueux—Center for Urban Education, University of Southern California; Jennifer Rachford—Pomona College; and Sheila Radford-Hill—Dominican University 
Presentation - Jennifer Rachford
Presentation - Sheila Radford-Hill

CS 4: Student Engagement with Inclusivity and Cultural Diversity: Considering New NSSE Module Results
Jillian Kinzie, Allison BrckaLorenz, and Samantha Silberstein—all of Indiana University Bloomington

CS 5: Using Assets Rather than Deficits to Strengthen Diversity and Inclusion
Leo Hwang—Greenfield Community College

CS 7: Difficult Dialogues in Higher Education: Engaging the Inconvenient Truths in Classrooms
Kelly Maxwell—University of Michigan; and Libby Roderick—University of Alaska Anchorage

CS 18: Diversifying the Professoriate: Designing Systems to Interrupt Inequality
Heather Haeger—California State University, Monterey Bay; Allison BrckaLorenz—Indiana University; and Jessica Brown Wise—Higher Education Recruitment Consortium

CS 24: Queer and Gender Variant Students: Exploring Civic Engagement for Increasingly Diverse Populations
Allison BrckaLorenz and Jillian Kinzie—both of Indiana University Bloomington; Maren Greathouse—Rutgers University; and Ellen Stolzenberg—University of California, Los Angeles

Poster 2: Programs for Black Males at Predominantly White Institutions
Liana Mentor, Doctoral Candidate—University of Miami

Poster 17:  The Institutional Impact of Group Mentoring Interventions on Student Success
Monica Liggins Abrams—Western Michigan University

Saturday, March 24, 2018

CS 31: Transforming the Classroom: Embedding Equity through the Practice of Real Talk
Paul Hernandez, Anne M. Heutsche, and Karen Hicks—all of Lansing Community College