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Lift Every Voice And Sing: Faculty Of Color Face The Challenges Of The Tenure Track, Dorothy Garrison-Wade, Gregory Diggs, Diane Estrada, Rene Galindo Sep 2015

Lift Every Voice And Sing: Faculty Of Color Face The Challenges Of The Tenure Track, Dorothy Garrison-Wade, Gregory Diggs, Diane Estrada, Rene Galindo

Dorothy Garrison-Wade

This article highlights some of the obstacles facing tenure-track faculty of color in academia. Through the perspective of Critical Race Theory (CRT) and by using a counterstories method, four faculty of color share their experiences as they explore diversity issues through engaging in a 1-year self-study. Findings of this qualitative study provide important insights from the perspectives of faculty of color to address ways in which to identify supports that lever barriers during the tenure process.


A Conceptual Framework For Understanding Students' With Disabilities Transition To Community College, Dorothy Garrison-Wade, Jean Lehmann Sep 2015

A Conceptual Framework For Understanding Students' With Disabilities Transition To Community College, Dorothy Garrison-Wade, Jean Lehmann

Dorothy Garrison-Wade

Students with disabilities are significantly underrepresented in the nation's community college population for multiple reasons. These include low expectations, poor high school preparation and transition planning, lack of communication or support services, and ineffective or poor support from school services personnel and faculty. This paper presents a literature synthesis. Its purpose is to inform an initial framework for building towards a conceptual framework for understanding the transition to community college by students with disabilities. The framework was developed from an earlier mixed methods study involving 100 college students with disabilities and 10 disability resource counselors in eight universities and ...


Developing Counseling Students’ Multicultural Competence Through The Multicultural Action Project, Carlos Hipolito-Delgado, Jennifer Cook, Elaine Avrus, Erica Bonham Aug 2015

Developing Counseling Students’ Multicultural Competence Through The Multicultural Action Project, Carlos Hipolito-Delgado, Jennifer Cook, Elaine Avrus, Erica Bonham

Carlos P. Hipolito-Delgado

The Multicultural Action Project (MAP) is a cultural immersion project that requires counseling students to engage with diverse cultural com- munities on 3 levels: observation, information seeking, and action. To ascertain if participating in MAP improved the multicultural competence of graduate counseling students, the authors conducted an evaluation in which narrative analysis was used to examine the experiences of 3 graduate counseling students who participated in MAP. Through their narratives, the participants reported increased knowledge, awareness, and skills. The importance of sustained contact and interpersonal re- lationships in improving student learning outcomes is discussed and recommendations are provided.


Exploring The Etiology Of Ethnic Self-Hatred: Internalized Racism In Chicana/O And Latina/O College Students, Carlos Hipolito-Delgado Aug 2015

Exploring The Etiology Of Ethnic Self-Hatred: Internalized Racism In Chicana/O And Latina/O College Students, Carlos Hipolito-Delgado

Carlos P. Hipolito-Delgado

Internalized racism is rarely discussed in student affairs. Despite the negative effects of internalized racism on the mental health and identity development of college students of color, little is known about its etiology. Based on theoretical conceptions, the author explores if perceived racism and/or U.S. acculturation act as predictors of internalized racism in the Chicana/o and Latina/o community. Using multiple linear regression, U.S. cultural identity and perceived interpersonal racism acted as predictors of internalized racism for Chicana/o and Latina/o college students. The implications of these findings and the need for further research are ...


City Park Welcomes New Sga Officers, Derreck Blake Deason Apr 2012

City Park Welcomes New Sga Officers, Derreck Blake Deason

Derreck Blake Deason

The City Park campus Student Government Association is ready to start a new semester with new office staff. David Teagle, the current SGA president of City Park will be stepping down at the end of the semester. Joshua Benitez will be taking over the position of president and all the duties that go along with it. Since there were not enough applicants that met the requirements, as SGA president, Joshua Benitez appointed his fellow office members. As mentioned previously, Dwight Mackey will take the office of Vice President of Policy. Recently Joshua has picked the Vice President of Social Affairs ...


African American Veterans In Pursuit Of Adult & Higher Education Opportunities: Implications For Teachers And Administrators, Petra Robinson Dec 2011

African American Veterans In Pursuit Of Adult & Higher Education Opportunities: Implications For Teachers And Administrators, Petra Robinson

Petra A Robinson

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