Session Materials: 2016 Diversity, Learning, and Student Success

AAC&U thanks the session facilitators for sharing their work. Resources and materials are provided at the discretion of the facilitators. Additional materials will be posted over the next few weeks.

Thursday, March 17, 2016

Pre-Conference Workshop # 1: Generating an Inclusive and Engaging Classroom Experience
A.T. MIller, Cornell University
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Friday, March 18, 2016

Poster #16: Its Better in the Summer: Building a Successful Transition to College and Fostering Student Success Driven by High-Impact Practices
Lowell Davis and Glenda Hensley - both of Western Carolina University
Poster

Diversity Cafe - Table #6: Relationships and Student Perceptions: Crucial for Succss
Priscilla Bamba and Mark Olson - both of Grand Canyon University
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CS 7: Using Collaborative/Reflective Learning with Diverse Students for Engagement and Empathy
Barbara Hornum, Drexel University
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CS 12: Transforming Institutional Climate Through Strategic Intergroup Dialogue Programs
Adi Grabiner-Keinan, A.T. Miller, and Vivial Relta - all of Cornell University
Presentation
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CS 22: Shifting Faculty Thinking: Connecting Inclusion and Pedagogy
Catherine Ross, Wake Forest University
Presentation
Handout

CS 27: Financial Indicators of Student Success
Consuelo Boronat, Florida International University; Susan Farruggia, Univesrsity of Illinois, Chicago; Shari Garmise, Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities; and Jodi Levine Laufgraben, Temple University
Handout
 

Saturday, March 19, 2016

Poster #27: Success Central Initiative: A Pilot Intervention Addressing the Success of Latino and African-American University Students
Reginald Simmons and Awilda Reasco - both of Central Connecticut University
Poster

CS 28: Transforming Institutions: Engagement, Equity, and Inclusion
Elaine Ikeda, California State University East Bay; Julie Plaut, Minnesota Campus Compact; Tania Mitchell, Univeristy of Minnesota; and Karin Cotterman, University of San Francisco
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CS 31: Wisdom is in the Room: Knowledge Generating Organization Development Interventions for Campus Culture Change
Erin Pullin, Joe Slowensky, and Stephanie Takaragawa - all of Chapman University
Presentation
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Closing Plenary: Engaging LGBTQ Students, Faculty, & Studies: Building Democratic Capacity and Academic Success
Frank D. Golom, Loyola University of Maryland
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