43rd Annual ASHE Conference
“Envisioning the Woke Academy”
November 14-17
Location: Tampa, Florida

CSAA-D was well represented at the 2018 ASHE Conference! Our faculty and students presented and chaired fifteen dynamic sessions. We are all looking forward to next year’s ASHE in Portland, Oregon.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15

  • 8:00am – 9:00am

This is Soul Work: An Nkwaethnography of Three Black First-Generation Doctoral Students; Raven Cokley, University of Georgia; Jason K Wallace, University of Georgia; Lamesha Andrews, University of Georgia

  • 12:45pm – 2:00pm

Becoming a Tempered Radical: Student Affairs Administrators as Activists for LGBTQ Students in the South; Christopher Broadhurst, University of New Orleans; Georgianna Martin, University of Georgia

  • 2:15pm – 3:30pm

Centering the Voices of Student Activists

  • Can I Breathe Here?: The Impacts of College Activism on Black Students; Gadise Regassa
  • Using Twitter to Hear Marginalized Students after a Racially-Motivated Murder on Campus; Virginia L. Byrne; Alice Donlan, University of Maryland, TLTC; Bridget Higginbotham
  • Elevating the Voices of Black Student Activists Attending a Predominantly White Institution; Jari Minnett, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Chair – Terah J Stewart, The University of Georgia

Discussant- Eddie Comeaux, University of California, Riverside

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16

  • 8:00am – 9:15am

Exploring the Rhetoric of Social Class Among First-Generation, Low-Income College Students; Georgianna Martin, University of Georgia; Brittany M Williams, University of Georgia

“Speaking Up When I Disagree…”: A Case Study on Campus Climate for Engaging with Difference; Rebecca Taylor, Emory University; Laila McCloud, University of Iowa; Qua’Aisa Williams, Emory University; Katie Burr, University of Georgia; Cassie L. Barnhardt, University of Iowa

  • 10:45 am – 11:30 am

#GhanaTaughtMe: Reimagining U.S. Higher Education through Ghanaian Study Abroad; Brittany M Williams, University of Georgia; Raven Cokley, University of Georgia

Exploring Black Women in Graduate Education Experiences with Student Loan Debt; Danielle Bostick, University of Georgia

Contextualizing Underlying Inequities: Examining Underlying Assumptions in Campus Sexual Violence Research; Chris Linder, University of Utah; Niah Grimes, University of Georgia

“I have to do better”: How Social Class has Helped Low-Income, First-Generation College Students Navigate College; Georgianna Martin, University of Georgia; Lamesha Andrews, University of Georgia; Danielle Bostick, University of Georgia; Brittany McDaniel, University of Georgia; Marlon Gibson, University of Georgia

  • 3:15pm – 4:30pm

Envisioning a Holistic Research Agenda for Student Activism in Higher Education

  • Chair- Jenna Sablan, University of Maryland
  • Organizer- Melissa L Rocco, University of Maryland
  • Presenter- Alex C. Lange, University of Iowa
  • Presenter- Chris Linder, University of Utah
  • Presenter- Eddie R. Cole, College of William & Mary
  • Presenter- Jason K Wallace, University of Georgia
  • Presenter- Meg Evans, University of Georgia

Understanding Student Activism

  • Consejitos as an Everyday Resistant Strategy Among Mexican American College Students from the Borderlands; Nydia Carole Sanchez, The University of Texas at Austin; Estee Hernández, Florida State University
  • Wake up, institutions! Understanding the social and political causes of student activists; Allison Brcka Lorenz, Indiana University; Dajanae Palmer, Indiana University; Thomas Kirnbauer, Indiana University; Donte Miller, Indiana University
  • Lessons Learned: Unpacking How Students Navigate, Resist and Disrupt their (College) Orientation; Katherine S Cho, University of California, Los Angeles

Chair- Terah J Stewart, The University of Georgia

Discussant- Nichole M Garcia, Rutgers University

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2018

10:30am – 11:30am

  • Campus Sexual Violence Perpetration: It Shouldn’t Be Black or White; Niah Grimes, University of Georgia; Chris Linder, University of Utah
  • CritNoir: Reframing the Black/white Continuum and Implicating Non-Black People of Color in Anti-Black Racism; Terah J Stewart, The University of Georgia; Melvin Antoine Whitehead, University of Georgia; Qua’Aisa Williams, Emory University; Stephen John Quaye, Miami University

12:00pm – 1:15pm

(Re)Centering Indigenous Communities Within Post-Secondary Contexts

  • Indigenizing Engineering: Fostering a Climate for Native Student Success; Tiffany Diane Smith, Oklahoma City University
  • Statistically Underpowered and Overlooked: A Structural Equation Analysis of Educational and Cultural Outcomes for Native American College Students; Craig Marroquin, University of Texas at Arlington
  • Indigenous In/Visibility: Settler Colonialism and Higher Education; Charlie Scott, University of Rhode Island | Brown University

Chair- Brittany M Williams, University of Georgia

Discussant- Chris Nelson, University of Denver

3:00pm – 4:15pm

#WokeDocStudents and Faculty Socialization: Differentiated Risks in Public Scholarship

  • Organizer- Laila McCloud, University of Iowa
  • Presenter- Brittany M Williams, University of Georgia
  • Presenter- Estee Hernández, Florida State University
  • Presenter- Gordon Palmer, University of Michigan
  • Presenter- Richard J Reddick, The University of Texas at Austin
  • Presenter- Robert L Hill, Michigan State University

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