UNCW Higher Education Program Activities, Publications, Highlights, and Engagements Spring 2016 Recent & Forthcoming Faculty Publications Upcoming Faculty Conference Activities ACPA: College Student Educators International Annual Convention – Montreal Hemer, Gowen, Gillon, Ryder & Reason. Personal and social responsibility on campus and student affairs. Devita & Wesner. An examination of transgender students’ sexual health. Dr. Ryder will be recognized as Emerging Scholar Designee. NASPA: Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education Annual Conference Indianapolis Gowen, Hemer, Gillon, Ryder & Reason. Personal and social responsibility on campus and student affairs. DeVita, Lanier, Parker, Boersma & Hicks. Moving applied learning online: Creating engaged and inclusive spaces. International Journal of Scholarship on Technology Enhanced Learning (IJSoTEL). DeVita. Using applied learning to engage with social justice: Lessons learned from an online graduate course in social justice. In D.D. Liston & R. Rahimi (Eds.), Forwarding a Social Justice Agenda Through the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. Anders, DeVita & Weiser. Listening to LGBTQ communities, practicing LGBTQ justice. In J. Diem (Ed.), The Social and Cultural Foundations of Education: A 21st Century Reader. Ryder & Kimball. Assessment as reflexive practice: A model for making evidence-based decisions in student affairs. Journal of Research and Practice in Assessment, 10(Winter), 30-45. Ryder, Reason, Mitchell, Gillon & Hemer. Climate for learning and students’ openness to diversity and challenge: A critical role for faculty. Journal of Diversity in Higher Education. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/a0039766 McClure. Birnbaum revisited: The next generation of higher education management fads. Academe. McClure. Building the innovative and entrepreneurial university: An institutional case study of administrative academic capitalism. Journal of Higher Education. McClure, Ryder & Mauk. The costs of belonging: College affordability and student spending on campus involvement and social activities. American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Conference – Washington, DC McClure & Teitelbaum. Leading schools of education in the context of academic capitalism: How deans respond to state policy changes. McClure, Ryder & Mauk. The costs of belonging: Undergraduate student perceptions of social spending and its effects on college affordability. Student Highlights Dr. Bethany Meighen (Ed.D. ’15), the first higher education concentration graduate of the Ed.D. program, will be presenting (with Dr. Ryder) a paper at the NCARE conference titled “Case Study Exploring the Academic and Social Integration of Traditional-Age Community College Students” Catherine Gunnells (M.Ed. ’15) accepted a position as coordinator of first-year and transition programs at Virginia Tech University Timothy Johnson (M.Ed.) will be participating in a panel session at NASPA titled “Why Did the All-African American Male Leadership Institute Work?” Other Activities and Engagement Drs. McClure, Ryder, and DeVita will be collecting data on public-private partnerships at three research universities thanks to an ACUHO-I Foundation grant. Dr. Ryder will be recruiting Assistant Residence Coordinators/M.Ed. students at the Southern Placement Exchange in Memphis, TN. Dr. McClure received an ETEAL pedagogy-support grant to conduct the Faculty Oral History Project with doctoral students in EDL 635: Academic Culture and Learning Dr. DeVita will be recruiting students at Western Carolina University in February. Planning is underway for our second international internship experience in partnership with Maynooth University in Ireland, which will run from October 1429, 2016.