Nearly 500 faculty, students, administrators and staff from colleges and universities across the state participated in the College System of Tennessee’s We All Rise Biennial Conference on Equity and Completion Oct. 5 and 6, with a focus on improving college success and completion for all students.
The Biennial Conference on Equity and Completion began as the TBR Diversity Workshop in 2006. This event is the oldest, largest, and most comprehensive public higher education focused equity and diversity conference in the state. This convening of key administrators and staff from Tennessee’s locally governed universities and community and technical colleges provides participants the opportunity to learn from and network with state and national experts who work in the areas of equity and inclusion; faculty, staff and student engagement and inclusion; and increasing student success and completion rates.
The Pipeline to Community and Technical Colleges: Using Data Tools to Identify Gaps in Access and Equity
Shifting Mindsets, Changing Behaviors: Developing a Culturally Responsive Center for Teaching and Learning at an Urban Community College
Rural Education Scholars Program: A Pilot Program Supporting Pre-Service Teaching Candidates
An Exercise in Equity Minded Sense Making
Strategies for Managing Difficult Conversations within the Classroom
Student Success Reimagined: Leveraging Courageous Conversations and Innovative Leadership to Move Beyond Equity to Social Justice
Creating a Learning Community for Minority Nursing Students to Support Graduation, Licensure and Transition (GTL) to Baccalaureate
Multiple Measures for Learning Support Placement
Engaging Students for Success in Calculus
Epistemological Equity - The Role of Open Educational Resources in Improving Access and Completion for Tennessee Student
From K-12 to College: the Social Impact of Poverty on Minority Students: What Can Teachers of Color Do?
Diversity as a Prism: Fostering a Welcoming Campus Culture for LGBTQ Stakeholders
Peer Mentoring: Scaling Relational Advising Across Tennessee’s Community College
Connecting with our Hispanic Students and Community
APSU- Equity, Empathy, and Education: Promoting Positive and Effective Interactions within Diverse Cultures
Confronting Bias Utilizing Data Analytics in the Creation of a Student Ready College
Equity and Inclusion in Teaching and Learning_Our Moral Imperative for Social & Economic Justice