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  • Measuring the Impact of College on Students' Interfaith Engagement and Pluralism Attitudes
    University Professional Title Ph D Student and Research Assistant Matt Starcke is a doctoral student at North Carolina State University and is a member of the research team for the newly developed Interfaith Diversity Experiences Attitudes Longitudinal Survey IDEALS IDEALS builds on the Campus Religious and Spiritual Climate Survey CRSCS a cross sectional survey that has involved more than 50 institutions and 13 000 students over five years to identify the impact of college on students abilities to cooperate across religious and worldview difference Together CRSCS and IDEALS comprise Cooperation in a Pluralistic World A National Study of College Students Engagement with Religious Diversity which is coordinated by researchers from North Carolina State University New York University Abstract Higher education research is rife with examples of diversity related literature Until recently however little attention was paid to religious or worldview diversity and the ways in which institutions might encourage environments accepting of differing beliefs Recognizing the importance of interfaith engagement on developing pluralism attitudes this session presents applicable theory and current research to promote discussion of the challenges opportunities and best practices for campuses seeking increased interfaith engagement Learning Outcomes define the interfaith concept and articulate benefits of interfaith engagement

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/250-2015-dicsv-session-presenters/1078-measuring-the-impact-of-college-on-students-interfaith-engagement-and-pluralism-attitudes (2015-06-03)
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  • Developing Fair and Equitable Leaders Through Student Government Participation
    Spencer is a first year Master s candidate in the Higher Education Student Affairs program at Florida State University He graduated summa cum laude from the University of Louisville and participated in student government as an undergraduate student His graduate assistantship is in the Student Disability Resource Center where he coordinates the SDRC Peer Mentor Program conducts academic coaching with students and participates on the Assessment Committee for the Dean of Students Department Abstract Being a student government leader is a prized position on campus for many students It is a role that comes with institutional power and importance that often lacks the structure or direction necessary to develop leadership skills and values in students who seek the position The troubling aspect of this reality is the student government leader of today is the societal leader of tomorrow Using personal stories of students who have served in student government positions on their respective campuses participants will learn about opportunities that promote attitudes and behaviors of fairness and equity learn what effective advising of student government leaders looks like and discover experiences of student government leaders that reflect potential student learning outcomes Learning Outcomes identify perspective changing or learning moments that

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/250-2015-dicsv-session-presenters/1077-developing-fair-and-equitable-leaders-through-student-government-participation (2015-06-03)
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  • Urban Immersion: Educating Students on Reconciliation and Dignity through Service-Learning Trips
    University Professional Title Residence Director Andrew Lehr is a Resident Director and adjunct instructor at John Brown University As a graduate student he worked in student leadership programs at Taylor University and has focused his research on Faith Learning integration in student affairs Presenter Ma ria Lehr Institution John Brown University Professional Title Coordinator of Student Activities Maria Lehr is the Coordinator of Student Activities and the Honors Academic Advisor Co Curricular Coordinator at John Brown University As a graduate student at Taylor University she worked with the Honors Program and focused her research on Ernest Boyer s work in higher education Abstract For many students concerns like racism homelessness poverty and equity are distant issues that remain detached from reality until students encounter these issues directly The role of an educator then is to create experiences for students to encounter these difficult issues openly and to walk alongside students as they make meaning from these encounters For the past several years John Brown University has sent a small group of students to Chicago IL as part of an Urban Vision Trip during Fall Break During this service learning trip students encounter issues of race reconciliation homelessness prostitution and more through conversations and experiences in the city This trip has helped move students toward greater understandings of equity fairness and their own identities in powerful ways For many these experiences unearth unrecognized ideas such as white privilege experiences with racism and the difficulties of reconciliation This session aims to share some of the important lessons students learn on this trip as well as provide a paradigm for educators to utilize when helping students develop stronger pluralistic orientations better understandings of issues facing non dominant ethnic cultures and deeper understandings of their personal social development This session will also provide a

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/250-2015-dicsv-session-presenters/1076-urban-immersion-educating-students-on-reconciliation-and-dignity-through-service-learning-trips (2015-06-03)
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  • Session Presenters
    of Inclusive Language Campaigns on Campus to Promote Student Engagement Vocation Formation Educating Students Toward Human Flourishing and Lifelong Pursuit of the Common Good Fear on Campus An Assault on Learning A Curious Cure Higher Education Fairness and Equity Education and Social Change A First Year Living Learning Community Course Introducing Students to a Liberal Education Institutional Praxis and Community Development The role of applied research in linking local assets

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/250-2015-dicsv-session-presenters?start=15 (2015-06-03)
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  • 2013 DICSV Jeanine Ward-Roof & Daniel Armitage
    Jeanine serves as the regional director for NASPA Region III and is currently an associate editor of The Journal of College Orientation and Transition Jeanine has served as co editor and editor of Designing Successful Transitions Presenter Daniel Armitage Professional Title Assistant Vice President Student Affairs Institution University of Memphis Background Experience Daniel Danny Armitage s responsibilities include residence life child care the University Center conference and event planning scheduling and dining services He currently serves as the chair for professional programs with NASPA Region III Danny was one of the co founders of the Southern Placement Exchange a partnership between SACSA SEAHO and SWACUHO Abstract As social media venues increase students and professionals struggle with defining civility and character and supporting freedom of speech in the electronic realm Individuals often share their thoughts in manners that foster exclusivity and dismantle a community while negatively impacting students progression and development in their college experience Presenters invite participants to join in a discussion about ways to use social media that engages students and staff while protecting freedom of speech and encouraging civility and the development of strong character Important Question s Explored What are the implications of social media use on

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/225-2013-dicsv-session-presenters/966-ward-roof-armitage (2015-06-03)
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  • 2013 DICSV Kevin Hemer
    community builders in our diverse society Abstract Students and educators have utilized different methods for communication and advocacy over the last 10 20 or 40 years This interactive presentation will discuss the well known presence of digital media in society and current literature on how that digital media are used for civic engagement among college students in their social curriculum This presentation will call on the audience to critically evaluate

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/225-2013-dicsv-session-presenters/960-hemer (2015-06-03)
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  • 2013 DICSV Allison Crume, Joe O'Geen, & Tura Magley
    State University Background Experience J oe O Geen received his bachelor s of science degree from Emory University Currently he is a second year master s student in the Higher Education Student Affairs Program He also holds a graduate assistantship in the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs Presenter Tura Magley Professional Title Undergraduate Student Institution The Florida State University Background Experience Tura Magley is a graduating senior earning two bachelor of sciences degrees in sociology and psychology along with a minor in communication studies and certificate in leadership studies As an aspiring student affairs graduate student and professional Tura is interested in new student transition leadership education and spiritual development in college students Abstract Social media tools provide new ways to build community and encourage students to provide their thoughts in a concise and succinct manner This interactive session will provide examples of how these tools can be utilized in and out of the classroom environment to enhance students engagement Presenters will share practical examples of how social media use supports student reflection Important Question Explored How does reflection via social media positively impact and reinforce learning outcomes Extension of Session Experience T he goal of this presentation is to share practical examples of social media use in increasing student reflection Participants will gain knowledge about best practices for using social media in higher education understand models for utilizing social media to engage students in the classroom as well as have the opportunity to share which tools work on their campuses Media Connolly M R Martinez Aleman A M 2011 Does social networking enhance or impede student learning Social networks and student learning Friends without benefits In Contested Issues in Student Affairs pp 122 141 Sterling VA Stylus Publishing Dabbagh N Kitsantas A 2012 Personal learning environments

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/225-2013-dicsv-session-presenters/959-crume-o-geen-magley (2015-06-03)
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  • 2013 DICSV Nicolas Babarskis & Kelvin Rutledge
    of his childhood in West Papua Indonesia He obtained his undergraduate degree from Wheaton College IL in 2010 and spent two years working at Cornerstone University in Grand Rapids MI before starting his graduate studies at Florida State University in 2012 His interests include policy and governance theory Presenter Kelvin Rutledge Professional Title Graduate Assistant Career Portfolio and First Year Outreach FSU Career Center Institution Florida State University Background Experience Kelvin Rutledge is originally from Fort Campbell KY He completed his undergraduate work in sociology and political science at Austin Peay State University in Clarksville TN He is currently a master s candidate within the higher education program at Florida State University His interests include social media career services multicultural affairs and assessment Abstract Campus community engagement is moving inexorably into the digital world Social media use opens up new possibilities of connection as well as creating new challenges for communal dialogue The triumphs and failures of student affairs administrators in entering this dialogue will be discussed an emphasis will be placed on providing workshop attendants tangible steps in fostering healthy and transformative dialogue online Important Question Explored Is it possible to have a meaningful and transformative dialogue online or

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/225-2013-dicsv-session-presenters/957-babarskis-rutledge (2015-06-03)
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