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Fall 2017 UTK Academic Advising Conference

Executive Director NACADA, Charlie Nutt

Vice Provost RJ Hinde

Associate Professor Educational Leadership and Policy Studies and Coordinator College Student Personnel, Dorian McCoy

Plenary Speaker Bios

Conference Program

Conference Videos

  • Introduction video 1
  • Charlie Nutt begins 13:25 video 1
  • RJ Hinde video 2
  • GENED Panel begins 58:48 video 2
  • Dorian McCoy begins 1:58 video 2

Presentations

Presentation-The Scholarly Advisor

Presentation-Closing the Student Success Loop

Presentation-A Critical Approach to Academic Advising

Presentation -Advising High Tech Career Resources

Presentation-Experience Learning

Presentation – The Usefulness of Mentoring

Presentation-Career Path

Handouts

GradesFirst

Transfer

A Critical Approach to Advising: Protégé Growth Themes Emergent in a Holistic, Undergraduate Peer-Mentoring Experience

Critical Approach to Advising: Delineating the Ways That Key Institutional Agents Provide Racial Minority Students With Access to Social Capital in College

Critical Approach to Advising: Person First, Student Second: Staff and Administrators of Color Supporting Students of Color Authentically in Higher Education

Critical Approach to Advising: Developing a “Critical Student Affairs Servant Pedagogy”: Provocations for the Culturally-Responsive Scholar-Practioner

Critical Approach to Advising: The “Ideal Type” Advisor: How Advisors Help STEM Graduate Students Find Their ‘Scientific Feet’

Critical Approach to Advising: Colorblind Mentoring? Exploring White Faculty Mentoring of Students of Color

Critical Approach to Advising: The Role of Student-Advisor Interactions in Apprenticing Undergraduate Researchers into a Scientific Community of Practice

Critical Approach to Advising: Whose culture has capital? A critical race theory discussion of community cultural wealth

Conference Photos

Dorian McCoy Presentation

Participants

Participants

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