Webinar, College Student Development Theory: Transgressive Frameworks and Models for Diverse Populations
|Date/Time:||Thursday, 30 Sep 2021 from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm|
|Location:||View on your own via Stylus Publishing|
|Channel:||Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching|
|Categories:||Diversity Training, development|
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While rooted in the pioneering work of Kurt Lewin (1936) and his Interactionist Theory - behavior is a function of the person times the environment, considered the cornerstone framework of the college student development theory movement, the field has drawn perspectives from fields including anthropology, education, sociology, and psychology.
This second session will highlight alternative theories for LGBTQIA, Multiracial, Indigenous/Native American, and Nontraditional college student populations. National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) Vice President for Research and Policy Amelia Parnell will set the stage for the webinar and volume editors Fred Bonner, Rosie Banda, Stella Smith, and aretha marbley will provide perspective on the volume's conception and development.
Scholar-theorist comprising the panel include: Kristen Renn, Terrell Strayhorn, Amanda Tachine, Patricia Literte, and Derrick Robinson.
This webinar and its focus on the newly released book Square Pegs and Round Holes: Alternative Approaches to College Student Development Theory will foreground critical new approaches to student development theory for diverse college students.
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