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ASHE Presentations by Higher Education Faculty & Students

Dear Colleagues,

The Center for the Study of Higher Education (CSHE) at The Pennsylvania State University looks forward to the upcoming Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) conference.  We hope you will be able to attend a few of the many sessions featuring the work of faculty or graduate students from CSHE and the Department of Educational Policy Studies at Penn State, listed below.

All sessions take place in the Marriot Marquis Houston.

Wednesday, November 8th

Kevin Kinser
Gender and Race in International STEM Education (Discussant)
11:45am - 1:00pm
Third, River Oaks AB

Thursday, November 9th

Royel Johnson
Testing the Relationship Between Racism and Professional Identity Development for Graduate Students: A Structural Equation Model
10:30 - 11:45am
Third, River Oaks A

Royel Johnson
Drivers or Passengers? Interrogating Race, Predictability, and Academic Aspirations in College Decisions (Discussant)
12:45 - 2:00pm
Third, Clear Lake A

Friday, November 10th

Rachel Montgomery
Unpacking the Perceived Benefits and Drawbacks of "Administrative Co-Leadership"
8:00 - 8:45am
Fourth, Salon FGH

Royel Johnson
Exploring the Collegiate Experiences of Justice-Involved Black Males at 4-Year Universities
8:00 - 8:45am
Fourth, Salon FGH

Anke Li, Chi Nguyen, Jinhee Choi
Religion and Higher Education: How Does Participation in Christian Church Communities Shape Chinese International Students’ Academic and Social Experiences in an American University?
8:00 - 8:45am
Fourth, Salon FGH

Karla Loya, Frank Fernandez, Leticia Oseguera
Addressing the Limits of Program Evaluation Methods: Using Responsive Evaluation Approaches to Produce Evaluation Reports that Include Participants’ Voices and Program Contexts
10:15 - 11:30am
Third, Sugarland B

Sri Rao
Using Kathas to Unearth Desi Epistemologies: An Inter-Positional Dialogue Among Desi South Asian Scholars in Academe
10:15 - 11:30am
Third, River Oaks C

Uju Anya, Candice Bledsoe, Alicia Dowd, Rosalie Rolón Dow
Empowering Stories and Counter-narratives for Racial Equity Work in Higher Education
1:15 - 2:30pm
Third, River Oaks C

Marlon Fernandez Castro
Latinx Faculty Members’ Funds of Knowledge: A Qualitative Study of Empowerment Agents’ Experiences and Practices
1:15 - 2:30pm
Third, Sugarland A

Leticia Oseguera, Maria De Los Rios, Hyun Ju Park, Elyzza Apparicio, Sri Rao
Minoritized Students Engaging with STEM
2:45 - 4:00pm
Third, Meyerland A

Alicia Dowd, Román Liera, Marlon Fernandez Castro, Branden Elmore
Variations in the Emotional Labor of Black and White Practitioners in Racial Equity Work
2:45 - 4:00pm
Third, Meyerland B

Bobby Wright Dissertation of the Year Award,* Awards Ceremony (Sponsored by CSHE)
4:30 - 6:00pm
Salon E

Saturday, November 11

Royel Johnson
Presidential Session: [Formerly] Incarcerated Persons

10:30 to 11:45am
Fourth, Salon H

Karen Paulson
Exploring STEM Inside and Outside the U.S. (Discussant)
10:30 to 11:45am
Third, Clear Lake A

Karly Ford, Junghee Choi, David Baker
Skills and Majors: Examining Associations with Earnings
Third, Kingwood B

Kelly Rosinger
Scholars Who Lunch: Conversations with Newly Minted and Early Career Scholars
12:00 to 1:15pm
Salon FG

Alicia Dowd
No Simple Solutions: Using Equity to Frame Research on High Performing Transfer Partnerships (Chair)
12:00 to 1:15pm

Chi Nguyen
College Aspirations of Rural and Urban Vietnamese Students
3:00 to 4:15pm
Third, River Oaks C

* The Center for the Study of Higher Education (CSHE) at Penn State is pleased to sponsor the Dissertation of the Year award, to be presented to this year’s recipient at the Awards Ceremony  Houston. Please mark your calendars and plan to attend this important celebration of community and exemplary scholarship.

We celebrate the previous and current winners of the Bobby Wright Dissertation of the Year (DOY) Award. The 1986 DOY winner was Irvin Lee (Bobby) Wright, a faculty member in our Center from 1989 until his career was cut short due to his death in 1991 from AIDS. A gay Native American, he contributed historical studies of Native Americans in higher education and mentored students and colleagues alike, encouraging them to instill compassion in their scholarship. As Bobby Wright explained (via W.G. Tierney, personal communication, 1990):

“As an Indian I saw discrimination; I learned up close how people hated for no reason, but I also learned the spiritual way, tribal ways .…I’m glad to have been gay, to have been Indian, to have been poor. Each has made me what I am, and I have met extraordinary people. I pity those who hate, who don’t understand, who want to discriminate because I’m Indian, or gay, or poor. I’ve tried to live an honest life to the best of my ability, and I only wish other people tried as hard to accept and honor the difference in all of us.”

The Penn State CSHE faculty celebrate exemplary scholarship and commemorate all scholars whose work and lives have advanced diversity, equity, and the public good of higher education. May you achieve your highest aspirations and those of our field.