ODU HIED/CCL Represents at ASHE 2019!

The Higher Education and Community College Leadership Programs were well represented at the recent national conference for the Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE).

Impromptu Airport photo with several ODU students and faculty

Presentations from ODU faculty and current students included:

Bridging the Gap Between the Scholarship and Practice of Institutionalization (Dr. Felicia Commodore & non-ODU colleagues)

Bringing Awareness to College-Going Foster Youth: A National Campaign (Dr. Mauriell Amechi)

Diaspora Academics: Transnational Post-Graduates’ Lives and Careers in the Globalized University (Hannah Hou, Natalie Cruz & Dr. Chris Glass)

Enhancing the Success of Black Foster Care Alumni: Exploring the Role of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (Dr. Mauriell Amechi)

How Do Welcome Statements Differ from Mission Statements?: The Salience of Genre (Dr. David Ayers)

Quality Assurance and Accreditation in Post-Conflict Countries: A Vertical Case Study of Afghanistan (Tabasum Woloyat & Dr. Chris Glass)

Social Network Analysis of International School Leaver Mobility: Opportunity and Stratification for New Generations of Students (Dr. Chris Glass & Natalie Cruz)

Student Success as Preemption: Predictive Constructions of Futures-to-Never-Come (Dr. Laura Smithers)

The Chosen Ones: Black Women College Student Leaders’ Experiences and Socialization in Various Campus Contexts (Dr. Felicia Commodore & non-ODU colleagues)

Hannah Hou and Tabasum Woloyat also participated in the emerging international scholar workshop as a part of the Council of International Higher Education (CIHE).