6th Biennial Diversity Conference
TBR 6TH BIENNIAL DIVERSITY CONFERENCE
Thank you to all of the campuses and community partners that attended the Tennessee Board of Regents' 6th Biennial Diversity Conference. Through this conference campus professionals had the opportunity to hear about diversity best practices and lessons learned regarding student success, and to build networks throughout the system. These practices are critical to the system's ability to recruit, retain and graduate traditionally underrepresented and other targeted groups of students at our institutions. We plan to provide more programs related to increasing student success and completion in the near future.
Presentation materials and other related conference information are included below.
Conference Presentation Materials
(In order as they appeared in the conference schedule)Morning Plenary Session
If We Were Really Equal: Lessons in Diversity & Inclusion Concurrent Sessions 1
SERS Grant Outcomes Session I - First Year Student Initiatives_Combined.pdf SERS Grant Outcomes Session I - First Year Student Initiatives_Combined.pdf SERS Grant Outcomes Session II - African American Male Initiatives.pdf SERS Grant Outcomes Session II - African American Male Initiatives_PSCC.pdf Diversity Strategic Planning Roundtable.pdf Concurrent Sessions 2
SERS Grant Outcomes Session III -Adult Learners and Veteran Students_combined.pdf SERS Grant Outcomes Session IV - Experiential Learning_MTSU.pdf SERS Grant Outcomes Session IV - Experiential Learning_ETSU.pdf SERS Grant Outcomes Session IV - Experiential Learning_TSU.pdf Black Student Success as Community Colleges-A Best Practice Guide.pdf Creating an Inclusive Campus Climate for LGBTQ Students.pdf Concurrent Sessions 3
Academic Mindsets-Considerations for a Multicultural Context.pdf Concurrent Sessions 4
Writing Effective SERS Grant Proposals.pdf Closing Plenary Session
How Title IX Informs Our Work Surrounding Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation
Books Offered at the Conference
INCOGNITO: An American Odyssey of Race and Self-Discovery by Michael Fosberg
For a limited time, copies of conference presenter/performer Michael Fosberg's book can be ordered at a special conference rate of $20.00. To purchase, contact firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line, "TBR Diversity Conference Attendee Special Rate". The staff there will assist you with your purchase.
STRONG INSIDE: Perry Wallace and the Collision of Race and Sports in the South by Andrew Maraniss
You can find both editions (including the edition for young readers) of Andrew's book at your local bookstore or online.