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NCORE 2016 Social on 6.3.16 in San Francisco, CA

Join ACPA’s The Multiracial Network (MRN) and UCLA’s Mixed Alumni Association at the restaurant Mortimer for our Mixed/Multiracial Social while at the National Conference on Race and Ethnicity… 92 more words

What is Research?: Role of Family and Schools in Child's Research Attitude

Since last 1.5 years I am trying to write this article. I hope I conveyed properly. Research, a word which hardly anyone understands. We hear many time that India should focus on research if want to compete with world. 954 more words


Online Student Engagement Experience

Over the last 21 months, I have been working relentlessly to deliver a robust college experience to online students at my institution. This journey has led to 50+ student events across the US, three conference presentations, the recognition of 11 online student organizations, and collaboration with some of the most innovative colleagues in the field. 87 more words

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My road to Student Affairs

Hello there, and welcome to my blog! My name is Tom, and this fall I will be starting my senior year at Drake University, where I study Public Relations and Marketing. 524 more words

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Cultural Competency Pursuit Capstone (Part 3)

My next course in the CCP curricula was the session on Worldview and Religious Pluralism.  I am an Atheist.  I was raised Roman Catholic and until my undergraduate years in college, I identified as such.   646 more words


Leading Reflective Discussions

“The leader’s work in building learning communities entails creating trust through social and professional relationships, identifying and reconstructing commonly held assumptions and beliefs, building new shared knowledge, and altering individual and group behaviors to create new ways of working. 625 more words

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Cultural Competency Pursuit Capstone (Part 2)

This next reflection is based on areas I had the least level of knowledge prior to starting CCP, as I am currently able bodied with no learning disabilities and have no military identity.   534 more words