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Presented by: Vincent L. Briley, Cynthia DeVese, Angela Harris, Davida Haywood 2008 OASPA / OCPA Conference Worthington, OH.

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1 Presented by: Vincent L. Briley, Cynthia DeVese, Angela Harris, Davida Haywood 2008 OASPA / OCPA Conference Worthington, OH

2  Welcome & Introductions  Definition of Terms  Onward! (Sankofa)  2007 OASPA / OCPA o Upward! (The next movement…)  OFIC, AT&T, and Timken Foundation  Conclusion and Questions  Networking

3  Alliance – Alliance for Black Student Leadership  Six Member Central Ohio Colleges  GLCA – Great Lakes Colleges Association  12 Member Private Colleges in 3 States( IN/OH/MI)  HBCU – Historically Black College and Universities  Multi-Cultural and Minority Student Affairs (??????)  OFIC – Ohio Foundation of Independent Colleges  35 Member Ohio Private Colleges  PWI – Predominately White Institution  SOC – Students of Color

4  2007 OASPA / OCPA Brief Recap (Handout)  Symposium of Multi-Cultural Affairs Professionals at Denison Spring 2007  Alliance historical impact on SOC seeking post- graduate opportunities in Student Affairs / Multi- Cultural Affairs  V. Bailey, T. Jeter, B. Murphy, T. Stevenson, K. Williams  NASPA Undergraduate Fellowship Program (NUFP)

5  Historical, Intentional, and Multi-Layered Collaboration of Administrators and SOC  OFIC, GLCA, NPHC, Community Organizations  Research, Scholarship, and Creativity as tools to “Market” Multi-Cultural Affairs  Addressing Historical Challenges  Geographical Location, Funding, Philosophy

6 OFIC, AT&T, and Timken Foundation Minority Recruitment and Retention Grant Competition  A new collaborative approach / commitment for the Alliance  Sustain and enhance existing program  Spring Culture and Heritage Research Trip  Create new initiative(s)*  OFIC Spring Leadership Conference April 19, 2008

7  Philosophical and Cultural “Shifts” of a 21 st Century Liberal Arts Education and educational benefits of diversity  Multi-Cultural Affairs and Alliance addressing issues of Recruitment, Retention, and Persistence simultaneously for students and professionals  The Alliance as a successful model for other organizations  2007 MAASU Leadership Retreat at Denison  OFIC New Initiatives*

8  The 20 year evolution of Multi-Cultural Affairs and the Alliance in the context of Ohio Small Liberal Arts  Institutional commitment to working in new “Spaces” (Academic and Student Affairs)  Institutional support to sustain and enhance the “Alliance” model from within

9  Cunnigen D., & Charles, W.V.(1981) Blacks Students in Higher Education: A Review of Studies, Annual Review of Sociology. 7,  Fleming, J. (1984). Blacks in college. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.  National Association of Student Affairs Professionals  Sedlacek, W.E. (1987). Black students on White campuses: 20 years of research. Journal of College Student Personnel, 28(6),  Spurlock, L. (1974). Minorities in white colleges. Washington DC: American Council of Education.


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