The likelihood that you will advise students from different backgrounds than your own is greater than ever. Learn practical ways to connect with them.
Learn how you can better connect with students who come from different backgrounds than your own. Throughout this training we will look at practical guidelines for bridging cultural barriers. After establishing those guidelines we will discuss how you can use them to connect with students who represent diverse:
This webcast is perfect for those who work on the front lines advising and supporting students. This may include:
After participating in this online training, you will be able to improve your advising practices through better interactions with students from diverse backgrounds.
Using scenarios, we will give you specific tips for how to ensure that you are reaching your diverse students in ways that will best help them succeed. You will apply three guidelines for working with diverse students to each scenario.
You will leave with tools you need to begin improving your advising practices immediately.
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Associate Professor of Special Education, Counseling and Student AffairsKansas State University
Doris Wright Carroll is Associate Professor in the College of Education’s Department of Special Education, Counseling and Student Affairs at Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas. She brings more than thirty years’ experience as a multicultural counselor, teacher, and educator to her appointment, a position held since 1999. Dr. Carroll teaches and conducts applied research in student affairs practice and higher education administration, with special focus in diversity issues and curriculum development. Dr. Carroll has presented national and international presentations related to academic advising and student retention and is well published in these areas. Dr. Carroll holds B.S. and M.S. degrees from Kansas State University and earned a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln in 1982.
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