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    • Camp Abilities After 20 years: Where We Have Been and Where We Are Going 

      Lieberman, Lauren J.; Linsenbigler, Kelsey; Stribing, Alexandra (2015-10-08)
      Camp Abilities is a developmental sports camp for children with visual impairments. It began at The College at Brockport in 1996 and runs for one week each summer. The purposes are: to empower children with VI to be involved ...
    • Camp Abilities Around the World: A Documentary of 20 Years 

      Lieberman, Lauren J.; Stribing, Alexandra; Jagodzinski, Lily (2016-10-06)
      Camp Abilities is an educational sports camp for children with visual impairments, blindness or deaf blindness. The camp was first started in 1996 at The College at Brockport by Dr. Lauren Lieberman. Since that first year ...
    • Camp Abilities Around the World: A Documentary of 20 Years 

      Lieberman, Lauren J.; Stribing, Alexandra; Jagodzinski, Lily (2016-10-06)
      Camp Abilities is an educational sports camp for children with visual impairments, blindness or deaf blindness. The camp was first started in 1996 at The College at Brockport by Dr. Lauren Lieberman. Since that first year ...
    • Can I Make a Difference? 

      Blythers, Marcus (2016-10-06)
      In this session, Marcus Blythers will tell his personal story and the story of many that have had to deal with racism. Through this session we will discover precise definitions of racism and how it can be blatant and then ...
    • “Can You Hear Us Now” (Panel) 

      Hussein, Halima; Kamagaté, Mariam; Abdi, Rukia; Lay, Kin (2017-10-05)
      "Can You Hear Us Now?" What is it like being a Muslim in America? How are our opportunities different being a Muslim and woman? Join us for our panel discussion, and dive into a video of a spoken word poem written and ...
    • Clarity, Movement, and Citizenship: A Reading of Mari Evans’ Poetic Activism 

      Tait, Althea (2015-10-08)
      In the last year, Americans have reconsidered the concept of citizenship in the public forum in response to the political unrest regarding racial oppression burning through our nation. In particular, the discourse has ...
    • Coexistence: Learning about each other from each other; an Interactive Seminar and Discussion 

      DeJesús-Rueff, Richard (2012-09-20)
      Through thought provoking exercises and activities, this session empowers students to overcome fears based on stereotypes and misperceptions by listening to and learning from others. In life, we will come face to face with ...
    • College Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders in Residence Halls: Respecting Difference, Embracing Diversity, and Building Community 

      Zhang, Jie; Feller, Rebekah (2014-10-02)
      Few studies reported the concerns and challenges of students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) at the college level, and there is no existing study on the peers’ perspectives so far. Transitioning from high school into ...
    • Concurrent Sessions AM 

      Brockport, Presenters (2012-09-20)
      AM Concurrent Sessions Degrees of Separation Religion in the Workplace 101 Restoring Dignity Same-Sex Marriage and Spirituality: Our Area's Rich History and Resources The Bible and Politics The Contemplative in Today’s ...
    • Concurrent Sessions PM 1 

      Brockport, Presenters (2012-09-20)
      Concurrent Session PM 1 Coexistence: Learning about each other from each other; an Interactive Seminar and Discussion Creating Diverse Communities: Religion and Power Emma Lazarus: Voice of Liberty Honoring Our Proximity ...
    • Concurrent Sessions PM 2 

      Brockport, Presenters (2012-09-20)
      Concurrent Session PM 2 “Pariah” (2007): Race, Gender, and Sexual Identity A Multiethnic Panel Discusses Christianity on Campus Cultural Diversity and Public Memory in Poland and Central Europe Freedom of Religion and ...
    • Creating a Trans-Inclusive Campus 

      Obourn, Megan (2013-09-19)
      Abstract: This session will look primarily at the question of how The College at Brockport and other US universities are creating transgender inclusive campuses for students, staff, and faculty. We will define practical ...
    • Creating Community Through Stronger Self-Awareness 

      Blosenhauer, Cynthia (2017-10-05)
      Participants will engage in an exercise designed to reveal hidden biases, within a safe, non-judgmental environment. As hidden biases are revealed, a new understanding of self and an openness to other cultures will result, ...
    • Creating Diverse Communities: Religion and Power 

      Castania, Kathy (2012-09-20)
      This workshop provides an overview of frameworks that serves as a tool for understanding the dynamics of diversity, interpreting how these dynamics impact the community and lays the foundation for growth and change. Spirituality ...
    • Creating Inclusive Spaces for Gender Variance 

      Acosta, JC. (2013-09-19)
      Abstract: This workshop provides a brief overview of gender as a space of diversity and challenges participants to rethink the basic assumptions about gender variance. The pervasive understanding of gender in society is ...
    • Cultural Competence Requires Cultural Intelligence – CQ for Your Life and Career (Panel discussion) 

      Schuhle-Williams, Karen; Ahmed, Mara; Elsenheimer, Victoria; He, Lerong; O’Toole, Shauna Marie (2015-10-08)
      We hear volumes about the importance of being culturally competent in response to ever-increasing diversity in the workplace and our communities, but little on how to achieve such competence. Hear and contemplate the ...
    • Cultural Competence Requires Cultural Intelligence — CQ for Your Life and Career (Panel) 

      Schuhle-Williams, Karen; Mitra, Sandeep; Obourn, Megan; Podsiadly, Karen; Ponicsan, Ivonne (2016-10-06)
      We hear volumes about the importance of being culturally competent in response to ever-increasing diversity in the workplace and our communities, but little on how to achieve such competence. Hear and contemplate the ...
    • Cultural Diversity and Public Memory in Poland and Central Europe 

      Buck, Erica; Burgett, Amy; Cramer, Elizabeth; Fuller, Nicole; Kinney, Nicholas; Kowal, Donna (2012-09-20)
      Student and faculty participants in the "Experiencing the New Europe" 2012 summer study abroad program will share their research on the diversity of ethnic culture in the region that lies in between Germany and Russia, a ...
    • Cultural Humility and Teaching Towards Justice and Equity: Addressing Oppression in the Classroom Providing Inclusive Educational Spaces 

      Russell, Eizabeth; Viggiani, Pamela; Fromm Faria, Debra (2017-10-05)
      Cultural humility consists of four dimensions: self-reflection and self-critique, respectful partnerships, lifelong learning, and institutional accountability (Foronda, Baptiste, Reinhold, Ousman, 2016; Hook, Davis, Owen, ...
    • Cultural Showcase 

      Unknown author (2017-10-05)