Session Materials: Diversity, Equity, and Student Success Conference

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 28, 2019

Pre-Conference Workshop 1: Managing Diversity in Community Colleges - The Emerging Role of the Cheif Diversity Officer
Sharon Bland—Montgomery College; Clyde Pickett—Minnesota State System;Kenny Yarbrough—University of Wisconsin-Whitewater; Primrose Igonor—Marion Technical College; Lucía Nuñez—Madison College; Kevin A. Christian—American Association of Community Colleges 
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Opening Keynote: Resisting Marginality with Radical Inclusivity: Reminagining Possibility in the Higher Education of Today
Charles H.F. Davis III—University of Southern California
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Friday, March 29, 2019

Poster 3: Being Human in STEM: How to Build Community and Increase Student Success in the Sciences and Beyond
Sarah L. Bunnell, Michaela Ednie, and Bonnie Lin—all of Amherst College
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Poster 10: Inclusive Excellence: Using Data to Identify Interventions in a Faculty Learning Community
Chandra D. Arthur and Donya Waugh—both of Cuyahoga Community College
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Poster 18: Inspiring Socially Responsible Students with Human Centered Design Thinking to Support Solutions
Aleina L. Smith, Veronika Panagiotou, Brooke Doran, and Keera Frye—all of Point Park University
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Poster 21: Engaging Students in Faculty Development: Strategies to Increase Access and Inclusion
Sara Schley, Scot Atkins, and Carol Marchetti—all of Rochester Institute of Technology; Stephanie Cawthon—University of Texas at Austin
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Poster 24: Enhancing Equity in STEM Disciplines through Interdisciplinary Course Design
Leah S. Horton, Sharon Mason, and Azida Walker—all of University of Central Arkansas
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Poster 31: Integrating Diversity and Inclusion into Program and Course Deign for Nontraditional Adult Learner
Ana Abad-Jorge, Stephen Levine, and Maria Kronenburg—all of University of Virginia
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CS 2: Centralizing Racial Justice and Decolonization: ACPA Addresses Oppression in Scholarship and Practice
Chris Moody—College Student Educators International; Jamie Washington and Craig Elliott—both of Samuel Merritt University
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CS 3: Fostering Inclusive Teaching: A Systemic Approach to Develop Faculty Competencies
Diane Ceo-DiFrancesco, Janice Walker, and Mary Kochlefl—all of Xavier University
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CS 12: Using Protocols to Facilitate Sensitive Conversations about Diversity with Undergraduate Students
Jennifer Green—Weber State University
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CS 18: Improving Diversity and Inclusion in College Courses Should Account for Varied Faculty Roles
Allison BrckaLorenz and Thomas Nelson Laird—both of Indiana University Bloomington
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CS 27: A College with an Equity Mindset: Advancing Equity and Inclusive Practice
Quill Phillips and Tamara White—both of Community College of Aurora; Elena Sandoval-Lucero—Front Range Community College; Javon Brame—Community College of Denver 
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CS 31: Mapping Student Assets to Overcome Stereotypes, Build Confidence, and Minimize Bias on Team Projects
Elisabeth Stoddard—Worcester Polytechnic Institute
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CS 33: Language Matters: Creating a Support Plan for Students, Staff, and Employees of Transitioning Identity
Dawson Cooper II—Stony Brook University
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CS 39: Strategies for Fostering Dialogue among Students with Diverse Political Beliefs and Social Identities
Jessica Friedrichs, Jessica Stroschein, and Chrisopher Woodley—all of Carlow University
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Saturday, March 30, 2019

CS 43: Creating Inclusive Cultures through Intergroup Dialogue and Unconscious Bias Recognition
Joanne Barnes and Brad Grubb—both of Indiana Wesleyan University
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CS 48: Building Capacity for Critical Dialogue Facilitation among Faculty and Staff
Scott Vignos, Jeff Kenney, and Brandi Douglas—all of Oregon State University
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CS 53: Transforming Teaching: Moving Faculty from Neutral to Equity in Teaching
Tara Kishbaugh—Eastern Mennonite University; Lori Leaman—Researcher/External Consultant
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CS 55: An Examination of Inclusivity and Support for Diversity in STEM Fields
Heather Haeger—California State University, Monterey Bay; Allison BrckaLorenz and Christen Priddie—both of Indiana University
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CS 60: Change Leadership for Student Success: Fostering Engaged Inclusivity in Diverse Collegiate Coxtext
Heather Maldonado—SUNY Buffalo State; Lisa Hunter—SUNY Fredonia
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CS 61: Academic Equity and Engagement: Culturally Responsive Pedagogy Both In and Out of the Classroom
Felicia Griffin-Fennell and Jane Lerner—both of Springfield Technical Community College
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Closing Plenary: Reframing Disability: Challenging What We Think We Know
Amanda Kraus—University of Arizona
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