CHAE Speaker Series Edition

Recommended Readings for Sessions with Dr. Linden West

 Transformative Learning, Dialogue, and the Metaphor of Pilgrimage  Tuesday, April 23, 2019, 133F Erickson, 2:00 – 3:30pm  Recommended Readings:  Dirkx, J. (1997). Nurturing soul in adult learning. In P. Cranton (Ed.), Transformative learning in action: Insights from practice (pp. 79–88). San Francisco, CA: Jossey Bass.  Dirkx, J. M., Mezirow, J., & Cranton, P. (2006). Musings… Read More »

CHAE Speaker Series: Re-enchanting the Academy – A Visit with Dr. Linden West

Transformative Learning, Dialogue, and the Metaphor of Pilgrimage Tuesday, April 23, 2019 – 2:00-3:30pm, 133F Erickson Hall This talk uses the metaphor of pilgrimage to illuminate and interrogate ideas of transformation and transformative learning. Transformative learning can be part of the problem rather than the solution in a liquid, frenetic world while it can also… Read More »

CHAE Speaker Series: Reform in Higher Education, Dr. Mohammad Abdel Dayem

Reform in Higher Education: A Cultural Perspective with Special Focus on Arab Countries Culture refers to values, norms, beliefs, traditions, and ways of life. Those shape the behavior of a small group of people or even a whole nation. Language can draw several aspects of culture together. Educational institutions have their own micro-cultures which are… Read More »

CHAE Speaker Series: Navigating Logics for Inclusive Student Affairs

Navigating Logics for Inclusive Student Affairs Speaker: Dr. Emerald Templeton Assistant Professor, Higher, Adult, and Lifelong Education Program Coordinator, Student Affairs Administration Program The logics of an organization—its values, rules, norms, and beliefs—influence the meaning individuals assign to their daily activities. In student affairs, these activities may reflect a range of logics that uphold or… Read More »

CHAE Speaker Series: Navigating Logics for Inclusive Student Affairs

CHAE Speaker Series: Navigating Logics for Inclusive Student Affairs

The logics of an organization—its values, rules, norms, and beliefs—influence the meaning individuals assign to their daily activities. In student affairs, these activities may reflect a range of logics that uphold or compete with those of the institution. With social justice and inclusion as core competencies and values for the profession, there is a charge… Read More »

CHAE Speaker Series: International Student Migration, Dr. Charles Mathies

CHAE Speaker Series: International Student Migration, Dr. Charles Mathies

International Student Migration: Evidence from Finland on Who Stays, Why, and Returns in the Labor Market In tandem with growing enrollments globally, an increasing number of students are studying internationally with each passing year. The rapid increase of student mobility and migration has raised questions of how many international students choose to stay in the… Read More »

CHAE Speaker Series: Trustees in Higher Education, Dr. Roger Baldwin

CHAE Speaker Series: Trustees in Higher Education, Dr. Roger Baldwin

Trustees in Higher Education: What Do They Do and Why Should We Care? Trustees fill a vital role in the operations of colleges and universities even though their work is often nearly invisible to students, faculty, and the general public. Legally, trustees are the final authority of the institutions they serve. Controversial events in recent… Read More »

CHAE Speaker Series: Japanese Higher Education and The “Glonacal”

CHAE Speaker Series: Japanese Higher Education and The “Glonacal”

In this symposium, HALE faculty and students share observations and analyses regarding their recent study abroad tour of higher education institutions in Japan for the course EAD 972: International Comparative Higher Education. Issues discussed include but are not limited to: different types of higher education institutions, internationalization, academic work, demographics, organizational change, governance, and curriculum.… Read More »

CHAE Speaker Series: A Conceptual Model of College Going and Choice: An Identity Economics Approach

CHAE Speaker Series Presents: A Conceptual Model of College Going and Choice: An Identity Economics Approach  Dr. Gabriel Serna, Assistant Professor Tuesday, September 11, 2018 1:30-2:30 pm Erickson Hall, Room 252 Description:  Taking guidance from the expansive literature on college choice and going, I have proposed a new conceptual model. Relying on four, well-known, conceptual,… Read More »