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AACU 2016 Session Materials: New Majority Alums: Frameworks for Learning with Alumni (1/23/16)
Our session has been cancelled due to the weather. Therefore we are making available here the session materials, names of panelists who were unable to travel because of the storm, and the session description. It’s our best shot at a virtual session. Email comments and questions to Julie Ellison at email@example.com.
Panelists: Randall Bass, Georgetown University; Julie Ellison, University of Michigan (organizer); Danielle Hinrichs, Metropolitan State University; Patricia King, University of Michigan; Marybeth Gasman, University of Pennsylvania
This session aims to strengthen the framework for promising practices in learning with alumni, a potentially vital contribution to the success of both New Majority and traditional students. We propose a closer link among three areas of educational innovation: (i) socially responsive learning pathways and the life phases associated with them, extending to the student-to-alum transition); (ii) developmental phases conceptualized in terms of intercultural maturity and
self-authorship, and (iii) change efforts particular to institutional type and mission, especially student success efforts that center on the whole person before and after graduation. Speakers will attend to student pathways into/through/out of civic learning experiences, especially as experienced by New Majority graduates who are creating new forms of alumnihood. This panel takes seriously intercultural capabilities and democracy skills that are joined under the rubric of “full participation” and stresses intergenerational approaches to fostering more inclusive institutional cultures.
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