Nov 27 2012

CHAS Representatives Meeting at Dartmouth

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CONSORTIUM ON HIGH ACHIEVEMENT AND SUCCESS
Biannual Representatives Meeting
January 17-18, 2013
HANOVER INN
at
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
Hanover, NH

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HOTEL information

Email Patti Maisch at patricia.maisch@trincoll.edu to register for meeting (and Thursday dinner).

AGENDA

 Thursday, January 17
7:00 PM
Welcome and Networking Dinner
Attendees will meet in the lobby of the Hanover Inn at 6pm and be escorted across campus by Dartmouth representatives to 9 Choate Road (it is approximately a ¼ mile walk). If you drive yourself, please know that parking is limited.  This business casual event will begin with a cocktail social at 6:30 followed by a catered dinner around 7:15pm. Please let us know if you need mobility accommodations.
Call 860-212-4848 (Patti Maisch)


 
Friday, January 18
all scheduled events will be held in the Hayward Ballroom
8:45 – 9:30 AM
Continental Breakfast

9:30 – 10:00 AM
Welcome Remarks
Inge-Lise Ameer,
Associate Dean of the College-Student Academic Support Services and Interim Associate Dean of the College-Campus Life
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE

Edward Pittman,
CHAS Steering Board Chair

 10:00 AM
Introduction and Remarks
Joshua Woodfork,
Director, CHAS

 10:30 AM – 11:45  AM
Session I
Introduction by Rodrigo Ramirez
Assistant Dean and Advisor to Latina/o Students
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE 
Faculty Presentation and Discussion
“Patterns of Racial Segregation and Diversity in the United States: Implications for Higher Education”
 Richard Wright,
Professor of Geography;
Orvil E. Dryfoos Professor of Public Affairs,
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
Wright holds the Orvil E. Dryfoos Chair in Public Affairs and is a Professor of Geography at Dartmouth College where he’s worked since 1985. He chaired the Department of Geography for ten years and served as Associate Dean of Faculty for the Social Sciences as well as Coordinator of the Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship Program at the College. He currently edits the Annals of Association of American Geographers, the flagship journal of the discipline in the United States. Professor Wright teaches classes on immigration, racial segregation, and global processes. He was a Guggenheim Fellow in 1998. His work on mixed-race households seeks to understand the effect of racially segregated spaces on mixed-race household residential location, the effects of these spaces on the identity of children of mixed-race couples, and the role that racial mixing plays in remaking urban racial geography in the United States.  His work on immigration tackles issues of labor and housing market access, migration, and the racialization of immigrants (and the native born). He’s written about 70 scholarly papers on these topics.

11:45 AM – 12:00 NOON
Faculty Grants Summary
Gretchel Hathaway,
Chair, and Senior Director of Campus Diversity &
Affirmative Action
UNION COLLEGE

12:00 noon- 12:15 PM
Game Design for Social Change
Introduction by Rodrigo Ramirez
Assistant Dean and Advisor to Latina/o Students
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE

Dr. Geoff Kaufman,
OPAL Fellow-in-Residence 
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
Dr. Geoff Kaufman is a postdoctoral researcher in psychology at Tiltfactor Laboratory at Dartmouth College (www.tiltfactor.org).  Dr. Kaufman will be sharing some of the cutting edge research and design work being done at Dartmouth aimed at addressing bias and stereotyping through games. 

12:15 PM – 1:15 PM
Lunch

 1:30 PM – 2:30 PM
Session II
Introduction by Rodrigo Ramirez
Assistant Dean and Advisor to Latina/o Students
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE

Reflections on Race-Conscious Admissions and Impending Supreme Court Decision
Charlotte H. Johnson,
Dean of the College
DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
Prior to her roles at Dartmouth (2011 – present) and Colgate, Dean Johnson served, from 2000 to 2006, as assistant dean for student affairs at the University of Michigan Law School, and, before that, was the law school’s director of academic services, beginning in 1997. At Michigan, she collaborated with faculty to create new interdisciplinary academic programs. She was also a member of the legal and communications strategy teams that contributed to the defense of the university’s admissions policies in the landmark 2003 Supreme Court case upholding affirmative action in higher education.

 2:30 PM – 2:45PM
Break

 2:45 PM – 3:45 PM
Roundtable Discussion: Next Steps for CHAS
Facilitated by Joshua Woodfork, Director, CHAS

3:45 PM – 4:00 PM
Wrap-up

 

 

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