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  • Navigating Multiple Identities in Contrasting Spaces: Graduate Student Experiences of Marginality
    the Higher Education program at Florida State University A native Tejana she earned both her B A in French and her M S Ed in Higher Education Student Affairs from Baylor University Currently her research focuses on the Latina doctoral student experience and social media counter communities Presenter Roberto Orozco Institution Florida State University Professional Title Master s Student Roberto is a master s student in the Higher Education program at Florida State University A native Iowan he earned both a B S in Marketing International Business and a B S in Psychology from Iowa State University Currently his research focuses on Latino male masculinity and his efforts have been geared towards social justice initiatives Abstract Although graduate student populations are becoming increasingly diverse academic culture as a whole has done little to shift towards inclusivity Underrepresented graduate students who work closely with undergraduate students of similar backgrounds e g student affairs professionals are particularly susceptible to marginality as they occupy multiple roles of student advisor mentee mentor and pupil instructor This program aims to serve as a counter space for underrepresented graduate students to share their experiences in academia both positive and negative in a safe space In community

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  • This Time It's Personal: When Graduate Students' Identities and Academics Collide
    a liberal arts institution in NJ As of the fall 2014 I hold a graduate assistant position as a Graduate Residence Coordinator for the Department of Housing and Residence Life at UCF As a student affairs professional I hope to secure positions in the field which provide a focus on student development and student engagement through co curricular activities Presenter Juan Mendizabal Institution University of Central Florida Professional Title Graduate Assistant for Community Service at the Office of Student Involvement I am a master s student at the University of Central Florida studying Higher Education and Student Affairs My professional experience includes adjunct teaching in the UCF s LEAD Scholars program and working as graduate assistant in UCF s Office of Student Involvement where I advise student coordinators and programming efforts for Volunteer UCF s Alternative Break Program As a future student affairs professional I look forward to working in educational and programming roles related to leadership development community engagement service learning spiritual interfaith programs and social justice education Abstract Why do some graduate students in a student affairs program explore student populations representing their own identities while others are equitable in their attention to different student populations In this

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  • Achieving the DREAM: Recommendations for working with Undocumented Students in the United States
    United States in the year 2000 Raised in South Florida Escalante became undocumented in 2006 after the family s lawyer failed to provide proper counsel After graduating from with honors from high school in 2007 Juan took an interest in political advocacy and direct action After enrolling in Broward College in 2008 his involvement led to the development of a variety of projects that helped highlight the plight of undocumented immigrants particularly those who sought to enroll at institutions of higher education as well as the Development Relief and Education for Alien Minors DREAM Act a Congressional bill that would allow for undocumented youth to obtain legal status via military service or higher education Currently Escalante is pursuing a Master s Degree in Public Administration and Policy at Florida State University The first in his family to have graduated from college Escalante is expected to complete his second degree this upcoming August Escalante remains a fierce advocate for immigrant rights even as a recent beneficiary of President Obama s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals DACA initiative He has been interview by Univision s Jorge Ramos and his work has been profiled by The New York Times The Huffington Post CNN as well as a variety of national and state publications Abstract Immigration continues to be a highly visible and much discussed subject However what is often left out of the debate is the impact that immigration policies or lack of thereof have on undocumented students Children of undocumented immigrants are consistently graduating from the United State s public education system yet they are not afforded a clear path into the realm of higher education Despite efforts to enact federal legislation such as the Development Relief and Education for Alien Minors DREAM Act many undocumented students continue to face obstacles such

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  • Shrinking Inequalities: Empowering Students to Make a Change
    is a Student Program Coordinator in Student Government Association at Florida State University She advises five diverse organizations that provide engagement opportunities to students ranging from first year engagement to celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander cultures Carolyn completed the Higher Education Student Affairs Master s program at Florida State University in May of 2013 and is a member of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators Presenter Dorsey Spencer Jr Institution Florida State University Professional Title Associate Director of Student Activities Dorsey Spencer Jr is currently the Associate Director of Student Activities at Florida State University He oversees the recognition and support of over 600 student organizations and their advisors He has a B S in Sport and Recreation Management from Temple University and a M Ed from the University of Massachusetts Amherst Dorsey has served in positions at the American University of Nigeria and Bucknell University He has presented on various topics at both regional and national conference Abstract In an inequitable world students need validation and empowerment to enact change As student affairs professionals we must recognize understand and support students through their multicultural development During this session we will discuss ways professionals can help students recognize

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  • Educating Students for Global Citizenship and Responsible Leadership: Rollins College Democracy Project
    in Central Florida A strong believer in the power of education Marissa loves working with students and helping them connect their interests with the greatest needs in our communities Marissa oversees the Democracy Project leads programming initiatives and coordinates assessment She also works with faculty to develop service learning opportunities and with community partners to create meaningful and sustainable partnerships Presenter Clara Branco Teixeira Institution Rollins College Professional Title Student Ambassador Democracy Project An international student from Brazil Clara serves as a student ambassador on the Democracy Project Student Leadership Team SLT Clara is also an International Relations and Economics major and a decorated student athlete with Women s Golf As a senior Clara s leadership on the SLT and passion for participatory democracies have been instrumental in the initiative s success Abstract The Rollins Democracy Project an initiative spearheaded by the Rollins College Center for Leadership and Community Engagement serves as an infrastructure and resource for students staff and faculty to elevate civic education and democratic action all with the goal of supporting the institution s mission of global citizenship and responsible leadership While the Project began by creating the foundation for a civic leaders institute with local political

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  • How Much for the American Dream?
    in the development branding and execution of local store marketing plan He was in charge of representing and presenting the brand to the local institution and city community Kelvin earned his B S in Sociology and Political Science from Austin Peay State University and an M S in Higher Education Higher Education Administration from Florida State University He now works in career services with companies and organization to build brand recognition and marketing on campus Presenter Katie Dean Williams Institution Florida State University Professional Title Career Liaison to Criminology Criminal Justice Assistant Director of Experiential Learning Katie Dean Williams is a Career Liaison at Florida State University s Career Center in Experiential Learning working with the College of Criminology and Criminal Justice She earned a B A in speech communication and forensic science and an A B J in public relations and journalism from the University of Georgia as well as a M A in higher education and student affairs from The Ohio State University She has experience working in Admissions Student Activities and Student Life During her graduate school years she co founded the Buckeye REACH program with the OSU Poverty Center garnering the state SERV Ohio Award for recidivism education work Abstract Equality in higher education can never fully be achieved due in part to society s prizing of individual achievement Internship opportunities are perfect examples of this dichotomy Throughout the presentation we will be discussing the American Dream which as we define it is having a successful career in your chosen field Current trends indicate that students who complete at least one internship throughout their college career are preferable in the job search process Most internships available continue to be unpaid experiences These experiences are favoring students who come from a higher socio economic background and do

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  • Engagement Multiplied: The Impact of Dialogue across Difference in Fostering Civic Mindedness and Civic Identity as Professionals
    1996 At Walden University Cheryl is Core Faculty Ph D in Education program Previously she served as Dean at Antioch College in Yellow Springs Ohio and as evaluator for the Bonner Foundation and Volunteers Exploring Vocation Presenter Dan Richard Institution University of North Florida Professional Title Associate Professor of Psychology Director Office of Faculty Enhancement Dan Richard is an Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of North Florida and directs the Office of Faculty Enhance ment He leads collaborative research projects focusing on the long term impacts of service learning and civic engagement a nd the as s essme n t o f learning outcomes for UNF s Quality Enhancement Plan on community based transformational learning His honors seminar Is Revenge Sweet explores the psychological issues of individuals seeking revenge or forgiveness a nd has become legend among UN F students asking students to conduct community focused service projects to support ex offenders Abstract Service learning programs seek to engage students in meaningful learning experiences that help students become civic minded and engaged citizens who will respond to injustice and seek to meet communities needs Although studies have demonstrated a link between service learning activities and learning outcomes few studies have observed the connection between widely accepted pedagogical techniques and civic engagement as adults Practical problems raised in service site settings can challenge students notions of fairness and the public good within the context of their budding professional lives Schon 1983 Sullivan Rosin 2008 Service learning experiences can assist in discerning one s career and preparing one for the challenges of doing work on behalf of the common good including facing the challenges of righting inequities Civic minded professionals likely are those who connect their professional identity with a call for community service and a responsibility to use one

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  • Taking Privilege to the Bank: Evaluating socioeconomic privilege and practice with dominant, diverse, and marginalized students
    of Central Florida in Orlando Beth enjoys working with students in supporting leadership development through involvement in Area Councils and Residence Hall Association RHA Presenter Brittany Gaalema Institution University of North Florida Professional Title Residence Life Coordinator Brittany oversees Osprey Landing Osprey Hall and joined the University of North Florida team in July 2013 She acquired her Bachelor s degree in Special Education and Elementary Education at Indiana University After student teaching in the US and abroad Brittany returned to academia to achieve her Master s degree in Higher Education and Student Affairs from Indiana University Brittany s passion lies in student leadership development student staff training and diversity education Abstract Class status or socioeconomic status SES is often an unheard and unspoken privilege that directly impacts university campuses today While many theories have been written regarding marginalized groups and their intersectionality with SES very rarely are there venues for students to reflect specifically on their own socioeconomic status and the influence of class on the population at large Through a foundation of literature this session aims to explore the impact of current practices and trends on this topic as well as how to progress into best practices for educating

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