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Grounded in Place and Purpose: Tribal Colleges and Universities as Places of Indigenous Learning and Restorative Practices

Dr. Yazzie-Mintz will contextualize the tribal college movement within its historical roots and journey to revitalize tribal communities. The talk will center on examples such as the ways in which TCUs are engaged in childhood community-based programs.

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Grounded in Place and Purpose: Tribal Colleges and Universities as Places of Indigenous Learning and Restorative Practices

Dr. Yazzie-Mintz will contextualize the tribal college movement within its historical roots and journey to revitalize tribal communities. The talk will center on examples such as the ways in which TCUs are engaged in early childhood community-based progra

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Navigating Logics for Inclusive Student Affairs

In this talk, Dr. Templeton shares several case examples to demonstrate how student affairs professionals can navigate their institution’s logics to serve students more inclusively.

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“Speaking Truth and Acting with Integrity: Navigating a Campus Racial Crisis”: Report Release and Discussion

Join HALE faculty to view the livestream of the release of the report “Speaking Truth and Acting with Integrity: Navigating a Campus Racial Crisis” which examines how the University of Missouri responded to the 2015 racial crisis on its campus.

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International Student Migration: Evidence from Finland on Who Stays, Why, and Returns in the Labor Market

This presentation encompasses three papers examining the factors influencing international students’ choice to stay in Finland and their associated returns in the Finnish labor market.

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Trustees in Higher Education: What Do They Do and Why Should We Care?

Dr. Baldwin, a trustee of Hiram College, will share his knowledge of trustees from his personal experience and empirical research.

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Japanese Higher Education & The “Glonacal”

HALE faculty and students share observations and analyses regarding their recent study abroad tour of higher education institutions in Japan for the course EAD 972: International Comparative Higher Education.

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A Conceptual Model of College Going and Choice: An Identity Economics Approach

Taking guidance from the expansive literature on college choice and going, Dr. Serna proposes a new conceptual model of college going and choice.

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Affirmative Action 40 Years after Bakke: Addressing Equity through Policy and Practice

In 1978, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its landmark ruling in Regents of the University of California v. Bakke. Forty years later, the Bakke decision continues to play a significant role in the affirmative action debate.

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Spring 2017 Raines Colloquium: "Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Interrupting Systems of Oppression in Higher Education"

This presentation will explore how to interrupt harmful dynamics of oppression, create more inclusive and liberatory spaces, and center our collective need for self-care and sustainable praxis.

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Fall 2017 Raines Colloquium: "Questioning Retention Metrics: A Theoretical Synthesis to Promote Student Success"

Dr. Vasti Torres will be discussing her ongoing research looking at sustainable commitments to improving student success and closing achievement gaps for historically underrepresented students.

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The First Amendment and Public Universities: Understanding the Law, Policy, and Higher Education

In light of recent controversies, it is essential for faculty, staff, and students to understand this important constitutional provision and its connection to policy and practice on college campuses.

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Conducting Literature Reviews: A Panel Discussion

This discussion is part of the EAD Professional Development Series, brought to you by the support of the Department of Educational Administration

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Taking the "Taboo" Out of Retirement: Reimagining Later Academic Life

In partnership with the Academic Advancement Network at Michigan State University, Professor Roger Baldwin sponsored a free symposium to explore senior faculty development and retirement in higher education.

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Spring 2017 Raines Colloquium: "Autism in College: Creating a Spectrum of Opportunity"

Dr. Edlyn Peña discusses evidenced-based ways in which college faculty, administrators, and staff can work together to facilitate the success and retention of students with autism.