The crisis of race in higher education : a day of discovery and dialogue /

Contributor(s): Tate, William F | editor | Staudt, Nancy | editor | Macrander, Ashley | editorMaterial type: Computer fileComputer fileSeries: Diversity in higher education,1479-3644 ;v. 19Publication details: 2016Description: 1 online resource (416 pages) Media type: HardDisk Carrier type: ElektronikISBN: 9781786357090 (e-book)Subject(s): Education: adult & continuing education | bisacsh | Universities | bicssc | Minorities | Education | United States | Discrimination in education | United States | Multicultural education | United StatesDDC classification: Online Online resources: Click here to access online
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Includes bibliographical references.<br>Prelims -- Section 1: the social construction of race and ethnicity -- Genetics and the origins of race -- The missing box: multiracial student identity development at a predominantly white institution -- Narrating race and identities from the periphery: diversity, dilemma, and discourses -- Section 2: race and ethnicity in everyday life -- Retaining students of color in higher education: expanding our focus to psychosocial adjustment and mental health -- Roadblocks on the way to higher education: non-dominant cultural capital, race, and the "schools are equalizer" myth -- Learning to live together: connecting the classroom to the community for racial justice in housing -- Academic and community partnerships and social change -- Section 3: moving beyond stereotypes -- On the light versus dark side of empathy: implications for intergroup dynamics in a diverse society -- Storytelling in higher education -- The roots are racism: historical and current racial bias on college campuses and their (unintended) push on the diversity agenda -- Bringing ourselves back from extinction in academia: becoming an Indigenous scholar -- A future of native students: from victimization to value to victory -- Section 4: the future and our university community -- The chancellors graduate fellowship program: a pre- and post-grutter analysis -- Doing diversity in higher education for international students -- The john b. ervin scholars programs "legacy of commitment": grounded in discovery and dialogue -- Honoring our investment: low-income student success at washington university in st. louis -- Academic support for an increasingly diverse undergraduate population: challenges in initiative design and implementation -- A private university called to a public mission: selective higher education, diversity, and access -- Afterwordthe crisis of race in higher education: a focus on inclusion -- About the artists -- About the authors.

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