Session Materials: 2017 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 16, 2017

Pre-Conference Workshop # 4: LEAPing for Transformative Change and Student Success
Beverly Kopper, Greg Cook, David Halbach, and Jessica Hutchinson - All of the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
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Friday, March 17, 2017

Poster #1: Advancing Equitable Access for All: The Rollins College Leadership Development Training Program
David Richard and Susan Bach - both of Rollins Collge Crummer School of Business
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Poster #3: New Majority Student Success: Fostering Connection, Renewal, and Leadership through Peer Mentoring
Lauren Melendez and Mike Rifino - both of The Graduate Center, City University of New York
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Poster #6: Using Multiple Types of Data to Improve Student Learning about Diversity
Tatiana Nazarenko and Dinora Cardoso - both of Westmont College
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Poster #11: Engaging Students with Campus LEAP Work
Jessica Hutchinson, Deanna Grubb, and Greg Cook - all of the University of Wisconsin - Whitewater
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Poster #16: Identity in the Classroom: A Graduate Learning Community with Broad Campus Benefits
Jennifer Randall Crosby - Stanford University
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Poster #17: Transfer Experiences: Creating Transition Pathways for All Students
Jeffrey Thomas, Sarah Fatherly, and Emily Richardson - all of Queen University of Charlotte
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Poster #18: Student Success Seminar for Students Returning from Academic Dismissal
Donald Pearl - Georgia Institute of Technology
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Poster #20: Spartan Success Program at Michigan State University: Analysis and Reflection
Bradley Allen - Michigan State University
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Poster #21: Reflective Mirror: The Promise of Thoughful Representation
Kim McKinsey-Mabry and Ebony Caldwell - both of Monroe Community College
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Poster #25: Reaching Higher: Understanding Black Male Students and Promoting Their Success
Jyenny Babcock and Yessica De La Torre - both of California State University, Fullerton
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Poster #29: Creating Relationships with Diverse Students: An Academic Affairs-Student Life Collaboration
Monica Roth Day, Gabriela Theis, and Dean Yohnk - all of the University of Wisconsin-Superior
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CS 1: Revisiting Race and the Achievement Gap: Successful Behaviors of Racial/Ethnic Groups in America
Sheila Caldwell - University of North Georgia
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CS 4: Faculty Teaching Strategies for Creating Incluvsive Classrooms
Kelly Maxwell - University of Michigan; Kristie Ford - Skidmore College; Kathleen Won (Lau) - San Jose State University; and Teresa Nance - Villanova University 
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CS 8: Using Experience to Solve Big Questions
Nisse Goldberg and Laura Atkins - both of Jacksonville University
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CS 12: Constructing Effective Campus Partnerships to Support Student Success and Inclusive Excellence
Lua Hancock - Stetson University
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CS 13: Social Justice Thinking: Modifying Current Teaching Strategies to Foster Social Justice Thinkers
Veronica van Montfrans - Virginia Tech
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CS 14: An Equity Asset Based Approach to Student Learning and Faculty Development
Nicole Truesdell, Marijuana Sawyer, Atiera Coleman, and Paul Dionne - all of Beloit College
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CS 20: Cultivating High-Impact Practices for Cultural Awareness Competence
Christina Gunther and Gail Samdperil - both of Sacred Heart University
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CS 22: Effective Cross-Cultural Communication: Listening and Interacting through Common Vocabulary
Sarah Korpi and Justin Hager - both of the University of Wisconsin-Madison
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CS 24: A Campus-Wide Committee on Disability and Access: Accomplishments and Lessons Learned
Jennifer Ashton - The College at Brockport, SUNY
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Saturday, March 18, 2017

CS 32: Bringing Global Learning to a Local Setting: Using System Mandates to Create Meaningful Change
Tracy Archie, Kristen Fragnoli, and Vera Whisman - all of Finger Lakes Community College
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CS 33: Madison Matters: Fostering Institutional Change through Student Research on Campus Climate
Kristin Mack, Will Esswein, and Paul Mabrey III - all of James Madison University
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CS 34: Achieving Faculty Diversity: Strategic and Intentional
Patrice Bell, David Pursell, and C. Douglas Johnson - all of Georgia Gwinnett College
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CS 38: More Than Words: Conceptualizing and Implementing a University-Wide Inclusion Strategy
Janet Colvin, Kyle Reyes, and David Connelly - all of Utah Valley University
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CS 39: Collectivism and Inclusive Excellence: Transforming Student Success While Leading Institutional Change
Tracy Pascua Dea and Cynthia Van Gilder - Saint Mary's College of California
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CS 40: Weaving Inclusiveness and Social Responsibility into Pedagogical Practices and Curricular Pathways
Sara Sewell - Virginia Weleyan College and Amy Sarch - Shenandoah University
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CS 41: Narratives of Community Service: Blending Program Assessment, Faculty Research, and Student Learning
Marsha Walton, Shannon Hoffman, and Anna Manoogian - all of Rhodes College
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CS 42: Strategies for Creating Inclusive Communities at Predominantly White Institutions
Thomas Morgan, Daria Graham, Kaleigh Jurcisek, and Jesse Hughes - all of the University of Dayton
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Closing Plenary: Taking Meaningful, Strategic, and Collective Action When the Stakes are High
Becky Wai-Ling Packard - Mount Holyoke College
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