Center for Study of Diversity announces fall speaker series
8:55 a.m., Oct. 2, 2013--The University of Delaware Center for the Study of Diversity has announced its fall “brown bag” speaker series.
In selected Monday lunch sessions, winners of the center’s 2012-13 Diversity Research Grants will share their progress of their award-funded projects. Other sessions will feature faculty members, researchers and administrators exchanging ideas and research updates about diversity topics, approaches, data and concepts.
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Sessions will be held from noon-1:15 p.m. in the Elliott Hall Conference Room as follows:
Oct. 7 – Jose Aviles, director of admissions, “Expanding Diversity at the University of Delaware.
Oct. 14 – Deb Bieler, associate professor, Department of English, and Jordan Leitner, doctoral student, Department of Psychology, “Impacts of English Teacher Candidates’ Urban SAT Course.”
Oct. 21 – Rebecca Covarrubias, post-doctoral researcher, Department of Psychology, “Academic Identity Development and College Success Outcomes for First-Generation College Students.”
Nov. 11 – Cynthia Diefenbeck, assistant professor, School of Nursing, “Factors Influencing Underrepresented Minority Applicants’ Acceptance of Admission Offers to Health Science Majors: A Pilot Study of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program.”
Nov. 18 – Justin de Leon, doctoral student, Department of Political Science and International Relations, Mapping the Margins documentary and film discussion.
Dec. 2 – Barret Michalec, assistant professor, Department of Sociology, “The Path Less Taken: Understanding the Experience of Black Pre-Medical Students.”