NASPA
2018 NASPA Annual Conference

Black Student Concerns: How Two Universities Responded

In 2015, many universities were challenged to address the concerns of their students of color. How university administration responded defined their ongoing relationships with their students. In this program, two Deans of Students and their colleagues describe how each of their universities addressed the concerns, lessons learned and suggestions for others. As the nation becomes more divisive, universities are being challenged to create positive environments for their students. Learn from those who have navigated this experience.

When

Tuesday, March 6
3:40 pm to 4:30 pm

Where

119 A
Pennsylvania Convention Center

Presented by

Danielle McDonald, Assistant Vice President and Dean for Students, University of South Florida–Main Campus
John Stein, Vice President and Dean of Students, Student Life, Georgia Institute of Technology–Main Campus
Stacy Pippen, Director, Multicultural Affairs, University of South Florida–Main Campus
Archie Ervin, Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer, Georgia Institute of Technology