Diversity & Democracy, Summer 2013

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Assessing Students' Diversity, Global, and Civic Learning Gains

This issue of Diversity & Democracy features a range of approaches to assessing the impact of students’ engagement in diversity, global, and civic learning opportunities.

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Assessing Diversity, Global, and Civic Learning

By Robert G. Bringle, Appalachian State University; Patti H. Clayton, PHC Ventures and Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis; and William M. Plater, Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis

By Sylvia Hurtado and Adriana Ruiz Alvarado, University of California–Los Angeles

By Chad Anderson, Association of American Colleges and Universities; and David Blair, St. Edward’s University

By Christopher Cratsley, Fitchburg State University; and Ruth C. Slotnick, Mount Wachusett Community College

Campus Practice

By Loraine Phillips and Ryan McLawhon, Texas A&M University

By Jeffrey Carlson, Dominican University

By Miriam Bartha, University of Washington; and Georgia Nigro, Bates College

By Tania D. Mitchell, University of Minnesota; Richard M. Battistoni, Providence College; Arthur S. Keene, University of Massachusetts Amherst; and John Reiff, University of Massachusetts Amherst

By Robert D. Reason, Iowa State University; and Larry A. Braskamp, Global Perspective Institute

By Ande Diaz, Roger Williams University; and Judy Kirmmse, Connecticut College

AAC&U Outlook

Susan Albertine, Association of American Colleges and Universities

Board of Directors, Association of American Colleges and Universities

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