Creating an Assessment Plan that Meets Your Objectives
Assessments are necessary, but if you start without putting a lot of thought into the process, you might end up wasting time and money. Dr. Martha Glass and Dr. Jen Wells have some tips that organizations can use to ensure assessments are efficient and effective.
CLICK HERE to learn more about the 2016 Student Affairs Assessment Institute
Developing a Residential Curriculum Review Process
Residential curricula need to be reviewed regularly to ensure they stay current and relevant. Watch... [more]
Ways to Take Action: Dr. Keith Humphrey, ACPA...
Improving Institutional Policies for Trans Student...
To reduce the barriers trans students face during the course of their higher education, student... [more]
Internalized Racism and False Consciousness
Students and campus professionals discuss the struggles of internalized racism and the systematic... [more]
The Role of Digital Technology in Higher Education
We talk to the co-chairs of the ACPA Digital Task Force about the goal of the task force, their... [more]
Confronting the Reality of Racism
ACPA Video On Demand has released a multi-episode video series that will explore America’s... [more]
Diversity & Inclusion – Love Has No Labels
While the vast majority of Americans consider themselves unprejudiced, many of us unintentionally... [more]
Multicultural vs. Colorblind
Dr. Kira Hudson Banks talks about the importance of adopting a multicultural perspective versus a... [more]
Dr. Donald Mitchell: Race-Related Studies Within...
Click here to view or download a transcript of this video. Learn more about the study: Journals in... [more]