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  • Keynote Speakers
    Journal of College and Character Institute Live Blog Announcements Submissions Connect with Us Twitter Facebook 2012 Keynote Speakers Filter Title Filter Spencer Ton Global Center for Social Entrepreneurship Jacob Odhoch Okumu Ohio University Jessica Jackley Profounder com Elizabeth Griego University

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/keynote-speakers/227-2012-keynote-speakers (2015-06-03)
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  • Keynote Speakers
    Issues Institute Proceedings Archives Journal of College and Character Institute Live Blog Announcements Submissions Connect with Us Twitter Facebook 2011 Keynote Speakers Filter Title Filter Marcia Baxter Magolda Miami University of Ohio Jon C Dalton The Florida State University Arthur Schwartz USAFA Sharon Kay Stoll University of Idaho Parker Palmer Author Dafina Stewart Bowling Green State University Mark Laboe DePaul University Joe O Shea University of Oxford Lori S White

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/keynote-speakers/226-2011-keynote-speakers (2015-06-03)
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  • Session Presenters
    Study on How Executive Functioning Enhances Performance Navigating Multiple Identities in Contrasting Spaces Graduate Student Experiences of Marginality This Time It s Personal When Graduate Students Identities and Academics Collide Achieving the DREAM Recommendations for working with Undocumented Students in the United States Shrinking Inequalities Empowering Students to Make a Change Educating Students for Global Citizenship and Responsible Leadership Rollins College Democracy Project How Much for the American Dream Engagement

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/250-2015-dicsv-session-presenters (2015-06-03)
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  • Session Presenters
    Ward Roof Daniel Armitage 2013 DICSV Kevin Hemer 2013 DICSV Allison Crume Joe O Geen Tura Magley 2013 DICSV Nicolas Babarskis Kelvin Rutledge 2013 DICSV Andrew J Mauk 2013 DICSV Jon Dalton Pam Crosby 2013 DICSV Andrew Lehr Eric Gingerich 2013 DICSV Cecilia Finch 2013 DICSV Brittany Philbert LaFarin Meriwether Kimberly Kolk 2013 DICSV Andi Witczak 2013 DICSV David Howell Kristin Shebesta 2013 DICSV Annabel Brooks John W Frank Elizabeth

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/225-2013-dicsv-session-presenters (2015-06-03)
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  • Session Presenters
    C Dalton and Pamela C Crosby 2012 DICSV D Craig Filar Cadence Kidwell Laura Osteen and Kathleen Shea Smith 2012 DICSV Anne Marie Turnage 2012 DICSV David Howell 2012 DICSV Andrea Smith Shappell Melissa Paulsen and Brinya Bjork 2012 DICSV Beth Nahlik and Angela Garcia 2012 DICSV Catherine WoodBrooks Timothy Austin and Abigail Lau 2012 DICSV Tony Brown 2012 DICSV Gary Schneider 2012 DICSV Travis T York and Jessica C

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/224-2012-dicsv-session-presenters (2015-06-03)
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  • Session Presenters
    Submissions Connect with Us Twitter Facebook 2011 DICSV Session Presenters Filter Title Filter 2011 DICSV Dena Register and Andi Witczak 2011 DICSV Michael Hebbeler 2011 DICSV Jessica Gosnell 2011 DICSV Kellie Gerbers and Jordan Merrick 2011 DICSV Sandy Murphy Daniel Robinson and Rebecca Welch 2011 DICSV Blake A Allan and Elizabeth M Bott 2011 DICSV Aaron Einfeld Kyle Heys and Annie Mas Smith 2011 DICSV Jennifer Discher Lee Krähenbühl and

    Original URL path: https://characterclearinghouse.fsu.edu/index.php/jon-c-dalton-institute-on-college-student-values/session/223-2011-dicsv-session-presenters (2015-06-03)
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  • Types of Submissions
    Announcements Submissions Types of Submissions Connect with Us Twitter Facebook Types of Submissions Filter Title Filter Creative Writing Student Submissions Videos Teaching and Student Affairs Materials Perspectives Best Practices General Articles Program Descriptions Book Reviews Copyright 2015 Character Clearinghouse All

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  • Jon C. Dalton Institute Live Blogging
    to maintain ethical values in the community This exemplar motivated Dr Seligsohn to continually invest in and genuinely care about his community Implications were drawn from the stories told Dr Seligsohn expressed that actions matter Because his father lead by example Dr Seligsohn began to act ethically even before learning to articulate the principle of ethics This point was followed by Aristotle s view on how individuals become ethical Aristotle believed ethical behavior is learned through habituation and the individuals within communities instill ethical beliefs and values within one another through daily interaction Dr Seligsohn then proposed a hypothesis that guided his presentation The degrees to which universities demonstrate commitment to public goods will affect the degree to which students develop positive civic values Following the introduction of the hypothesis Dr Seligsohn proposed literature findings supporting his hypothesis such as a book titled Where is the Learning in Service Learning and data found through the Personal and Social Responsibility Inventory PSRI Dr Seligsohn used the PSRI data set to express that students believe contribution to a larger community perspective taking and ethical and moral reasoning should be a major focus of institutions but college and universities do not focus on these topics as much as students think is necessary Additionally Dr Seligsohn noted that as students move into their fourth year at an institution the gap between what students think institutions should focus on and what the institution actually focuses on widens The presentation ended with implications for actions for University Leadership Faculty and Staff and Students University Leadership Commit to first generation and underrepresented students Actively reach out to this population through partnerships with K 12 schools Create a sustainable campus Ending Sexual assault This will send a strong signal showing how institutions value all students Building substantive partnership with the community Faculty and Staff Pursue coordinated projects across department and divisions Seek community impact Engage students in development and implementation Students Organize for the engaged campus Use establish channels to advocate Press for equality and democracy over exclusivity Pursue change not for yourself but for your successors Keynote Panel with the Graduate Students The graduate students of Florida State University s Higher Education Administration and Student Affairs program received the opportunity tonight to speak with Dr Alexander Astin Dr Shaun Harper Dr Will Barratt and Clare Cady In a panel style discussion master and doctoral students were able to ask each of the keynote speakers questions over pizza and refreshments Ali Raza a graduate student working with the Hardee Center at Florida State University moderated the discussion Questions ranged from personal experiences of working with students to advice on improving current student affairs practices One of the many thought provoking question posed asked how do you get through the frustrations of injustices and stay motivated to continue your work in higher education Dr Harper paused for a moment of reflection and began to answer He discussed how he cannot afford to become overwhelmed by injustices Historically slaves civil right activists and other influential figures did not lose motivation in times of hardship He went on to talk about personal wellness and how he sets clear boundaries to maintain motivation and resiliency in his work such as not writing on weekends or weeknights Dr Harper uses this time watching TV going to church concerts and enjoying life with his partner Dr Astin answered the question from a different perspective He challenged the students to realize everyone is capable of creating long term change For instance dilemmas that higher education faces today were far more problematic 50 years ago Reflecting on experiences from his college days Dr Astin explained that there have been profound changes regarding women s role in higher education Looking at the long term benefits of perseverance outweigh short term frustrations An additional question presented to the panelist asked for their opinions on how they contribute to the quality of higher education Clare Cady began by stating she was unsure if she contributed to the quality of higher education but she described the pride she feels when preparing a student to leave college with the ability to articulate their accomplishments beliefs and goals Dr Harper and Dr Astin similarly responded by claiming various teaching opportunities inside and outside the classroom is how they contribute to the quality of education Tomorrow will conclude the 2015 Jon C Dalton Institute on College Student Values We look forward to hearing from the final keynote speaker Dr Andrew Seligsohn and the closing panel titled Reflections on Next Steps to Minimizing Inequalities Lunch Awards Reception During today s lunch the Jon C Dalton Institute on College Student Values awarded Mission Possible the 2015 Best Practice of the Year Award and Dr Darris R Means the 2015 Dissertation of the Year Award Dr Jon Dalton was also recognized for his 25 years of heard work and was given a framed collection of the 25 different Dalton Institute logos in chronological order since the Institute s founding as well as a pen made out of the wood from the Old Wescott building at Florida State University Congratulations everyone for their hard work Keynote Speaker Dr Shaun Harper Today s Institute started off in the Askew Theatre with Dr Shaun Harper from the University of Pennsylvania His speech entitled A Racist Course of Study covered information about how college and universities unknowingly or unintentionally teach white students to devalue students of color Dr Harper began his speech by discussing the importance of focusing his topic on white students and list four reasons White students are still the majority Dr Harper elaborated on this point by using college demographic statistic at various large public institutions including Florida State University to demonstrate that students of color are largely underrepresented in higher education He went on to discuss that because white students are overrepresented in higher education they graduate in higher numbers and are also overrepresented in the government corporate America and within higher education faculty and staff

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