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Radical Openness, Revolutionary Change: Shifting My Own Thinking

Written by Sherry K. Watt

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How to Start a Revolution

How to Start a Revolution

Sherry K. Watt
Professor, Higher Education and Student Affairs Program
University of Iowa
ACPA Senior Scholar

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The Revolution Will Not Be Televised. It Needs to Be Improvised.

The Revolution Will Not Be Televised. It Needs to Be Improvised.

Tracy Davis Professor and College Student Personnel Program Coordinator Western Illinois University ACPA Senior Scholar

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Justifying Student Affairs programming: What’s behind the academic curtain?

Justifying Student Affairs programming: What’s behind the academic curtain?

Vasti Torres Dean, College of Education University of South Florida Former, ACPA Senior Scholar

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How to Start a Revolution: Use Intersectionality as a Framework to Promote Student Success

How to Start a Revolution: Use Intersectionality as a Framework to Promote Student Success

Donald “DJ” Mitchell, Jr. Assistant Professor of Higher Education, Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids, Michigan ACPA Emerging Scholar

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The upcoming Fisher II SCOTUS decision and its potential relationship to the campus climate for inclusion

The upcoming Fisher II SCOTUS decision and its potential relationship to the campus climate for inclusion

Cassie L. Barnhardt, Assistant Professor, Higher Education and Student Affairs University of Iowa ACPA Emerging Scholar

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Speaking from A Place of Privilege: Why Barack Obama Can't Win for Losing on Race?

Dr. Sherry K. Watt is the Associate Professor of the Higher Education and Student Affairs program at the University of Iowa and Senior Scholar in ACPA—College Student Educators International.

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