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Faculty Diversity Matters: Cultivating Wisdom, Moving to Action
April 17-19, 2016
Commons Hotel, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Nancy Cantor, Chancellor Rutgers University, Newark
Richard J. Reddick, Associate Professor and Coordinator, Department of Educational Administration,
College of Education, Assistant Vice President for Research and Policy, University of Texas at Austin
Alicia Dowd, Professor, Center for the Study of Higher Education
Pennsylvania State University
Susan Phillips, former Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs, SUNY Downstate, Vice President for Strategic Partnerships, University of Albany, SUNY University at Albany State University of New York
& Featuring our symposium founders: Dr. Robert J. Jones, Dr. Nancy "Rusty" Barcelo, and Dr. Caroline Turner
Begun in 1998 on the University of Minnesota campus, Keeping Our Faculty is the only national symposium focused on advancing faculty diversity in higher education. Previous symposia have drawn scholars, policymakers, and administrators from over 60 institutions across the country. This 2016 Symposium will offer more of the excellent speakers and presentations you have come to expect.
Registrants received one ticket to the Penumbra Theatre event, The Black Panthers: A Love Story, at no additional charge, while tickets lasted.
Guidebook Mobile App
The Keeping Our Faculty Symposium VII has gone mobile! Attendees can plan their days with a personalized schedule and browse keynote speakers, concurrent sessions, and venue maps. The app is compatible with iPhones, iPads, and Android devices. Windows Phone and Blackberry users can access the same information via the mobile site:http://guidebook.com/guide/
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• Scan the following image with your mobile phone’s QR-Code reader
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Type this hashtag in your tweets/posts and join the conference "backchannel" to network with colleagues prior to and during the conference.
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To request a disability-related accommodation, please contact Katherine Hagberg at least two weeks prior to the event.