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Title Exploring campus diversity : case studies and exercises / edited by Sherwood Thompson and Pam Parry.

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Description 1 online resource.
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Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI Available via World Wide Web.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed October 3, 2018)
Contents Intro; Contents; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Introduction; UNIT 1. CAMPUS CLIMATE; ONE. Questioning the Right to Protest: Taking a Knee at the Homecoming Football Game; TWO. Did Stereotyping Cause a Terrible Case of Mistaken Identity?; THREE. A Case Study in "Belonging": How First-Generation College Students Contribute to Campus Diversity; FOUR. Islam under the Microscope: A Story of an International Student; FIVE. Failure to Thrive: Can Multiple Identities Cause Conflict?; SIX. "Where Do I Fit?" International and Indigenous Students in Institutional Diversity Discourses
SEVEN. Is Academic Advising Really Multicultural?EIGHT. Nontraditional Students: Why Am I Here? Starting College at 25; NINE. Empowering Women in Higher Education and Beyond; TEN. Thinking Differently Builds Passion on Campus; ELEVEN. Redefining Mentorships: Strategies for First-Generation College Students' Success; UNIT 2. CLASSROOM CLIMATE; TWELVE. Diversity and Classroom Instruction: Managing Difficult Discussions; THIRTEEN. Can Online Teaching Be Inclusive?; FOURTEEN. What Happens When No One Sees You for Who You Are?; FIFTEEN. Being an Ally: Learning to Listen before Trying to Advocate
SIXTEEN. Code Switching: Double Consciousness in the ClassroomSEVENTEEN. A Faculty Member Protecting the Marginalized; EIGHTEEN. LGBTQ+ Populations: Exploring Gender and Sexual Identities; NINETEEN. I'm NOT Chinese; I'm Japanese! A Case Study of Stereotypes; TWENTY. Did Implicit Bias Further Disenfranchise an Underrepresented Student?; TWENTY-ONE. First-Generation Students Need Professors to Understand Them Better; TWENTY-TWO. White Privilege: The Equity of Not Using the N-Word; TWENTY-THREE. Diversity Issues for Faculty: "What Do You Think?" Inclusion/Exclusion Dynamics in Group Work
UNIT 3. POLICY ISSUESTWENTY-FOUR. Students Are Anxious, Divided over Bathroom Policies; TWENTY-FIVE. Selective Flying: Is a Flag Truly Removed When It Still Shows Up on Game Day?; TWENTY-SIX. Recognizing Institutional Betrayal on College Campuses; TWENTY-SEVEN. Retention of Underrepresented Students: When Does Perseverance Hinder One's Ability to Compete?; TWENTY-EIGHT. Building Walls or Bridges: How to Make Mutually Beneficial Policy Decisions; TWENTY-NINE. Why and How Should We Talk about Affirmative Action?
THIRTY. Nurturing the Lost Attitudes of Empathy and Compassion in Test-centric EducationTHIRTY-ONE. Utilizing Intellectual Diversity to Cultivate Innovation; THIRTY-TWO. OutnumberedIs Conservatism Truly under Attack on College Campuses?; THIRTY-THREE. Affirmative Action: Where Are My Brothers and Sisters?; THIRTY-FOUR. Welcome, Not Celebrated: Are Christian Campuses Truly Inclusive for Sexually Diverse Students?; UNIT 4. STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS; THIRTY-FIVE. First-Generation College Students: Our Group Is the Best!; THIRTY-SIX. Antigay Slurs: One Student's Struggle
Subject Minorities in higher education.
Discrimination in higher education.
Added Author Parry, Pam, author.
ProQuest (Firm)
ISBN 9781475835045 (electronic bk.)
1475835043 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # EBC5524430
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