Wednesday Lunch Hour - Current Research and Opportunities in Higher Education

A follow-up from ASHE

Wednesday, January 27, 2010
12 p.m.
Dewey Hall B-315

Join colleagues from the higher education program on Wednesday, January 27th as they share their presentations and experiences from the Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) annual meeting. A brief overview of ASHE will be provided along with information on how to access current job and internship opportunities and graduate student resources.

Tara Leigh Sands, PhD student in higher education, will provide information about the ASHE Graduate Policy Seminar, a pre-conference event that provides graduate students with opportunities to interact with researchers and policymakers who are knowledgeable about critical public policy issues in higher education.

J.B. Rodgers, 2009 higher education graduate, will share his ASHE presentation: Green Zoning: Neoliberalism, University/Community Relations and Economic Development

Judy Marquez Kiyama, assistant professor in education leadership, will also share her ASHE presentation: The invisible web of opportunity: Exploring the social benefits of peer mentors in retention programs

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