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Men of Color in Higher Education: New Foundations for Developing Models for Success (Review 2)

Reviewed by LaToya Eaves, Florida International University


Men of Color in Higher Education: New Foundations for Developing Models for Success is the outcome of a collaborative effort of educators involved in a series of conversations at the College Board in 2008. Under broad concerns of the insufficiencies of educational support for African American men in higher education, the text originated as a way to demonstrate the needs of men of color in college.

Servant-Leadership: A Vehicle for Equality in Academic Experience

Presenter: Dr. David Howell, Associate Professor, Coordinator of First Year Experience at the Milwaukee School of Engineering

Dr. David Howell serves as an Associate Professor at Milwaukee School of Engineering in General Studies as well as the Coordinator for First Year Experience. He is also the Title IX Coordinator. He helps integrate a student-centric philosophy throughout the social fabric and culture of the university through curricular and extracurricular programs.

Exploring the Effects of Socio-Cultural Issues Discussions and Social Perspective-Taking on College Students’ Civic Identity

2013 Jon C. Dalton Institute on College Student Values Dissertation of the Year Award Recipient

Important Question Explored: How can we best structure our various programs, co-curricular experiences, and courses to strengthen college students’ civic identity?