Examining the 2020 Election: Implications for the Democratic Potential of Postsecondary Education

Lecture presented at the Loyola University Chicago Center for Urban Research & Learning 

A New Approach to Assessing the Educational Benefits of Diversity: Illuminating Diverse Interactions through Geospatial Mapping Technology

Webinar presented for ACPA's Comission for Admissions, Orientation and First-Year Experience  

Revisiting the Connection between High-Impact Practices & Student Activism: Insights from the NSSE

Presentation at the 2018 Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement Conference in Anaheim, CA.

Engineering Political Fluency: Conceptualizing the Political Identity Development of Engineering Majors

Presentation at the 2018 Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement Conference in Anaheim, CA.

Unearthing Governance Research Asymmetries: The Evolution of Higher Education Board Research Post-1970

Research Paper presented at the 2018 American Educational Research Association Conference in New York, NY.

"What we’re doing is not working”: Booting Up Political Engagement 2.0 Using the Model of College Student Political Identity Development

Why is political engagement broken on so many college campuses? There are hundreds of programs and organizations committed to the cause yet challenges continue. This session reveals a new conceptual model about how students develop their political identity and argues for a shift in how campuses work to promote student political engagement given the current national climate. Attendees will have the opportunity to reflect on their own political identity development to inform their practice.

Booting Up Political Engagement 2.0 Presentation Supplement

Prepared for the 2018 NASPA Annual Conference

Philadelphia, PA

1 Year In: Higher Education Financing & Student Loans in the Trump Presidency

Loyola University Chicago - Comparative Education & Policy Studies Panel Presentation - 1/27/2018

Correct Response or Over-Correction?: The Contemporary Role of Bias Incident Response Teams (BIRTs)

Session Presented at the Constitutional Issues in Higher Education Symposium – University of Arizona, June 2017 

Not Made in Our Image: A Critical Review of Governance and Ideologies of Access, Diversity, and Inclusion in U.S. Public Higher Education

Poster Presented at AERA Annual Conference, April 2016

Political Engagement in the Community

Workshop facilitated for the Chicago High School Civic Action & Leadership Institute, July 2017

The Personal is Political: Fostering a Culture of Student Political Engagement

Presentation at the NASPA Annual Conference, March 2015 

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