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Thursday, November 17 • 9:00am - 9:50am
Jackson Scholars Research Seminar Presentations - Examining Higher Education Programming and Policy Effecting Underrepresented Students

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Second-year Jackson Scholars will present on their research to date. Graduate Student Summit participants are invited and encouraged to attend as apart of the GSS. Participants: Traveling Abroad Years Ago and Still Talking About it Today: The Effects of Study Abroad Dallawrence Dean, University of Texas - Austin Policy Blackout? What can Educational Policies of PWIs tell us about Black Student Success Rates Genesis Ross, Miami University From the Fields to the Professoriate: Underrepresentation of Latino Males in Academia Hugo Alberto Saucedo, University of Texas at San Antonio Examining the Influence of Financial Aid Factors on the Graduation of Latina/o College Students at a Hispanic-Serving Institution: A Discrete-Time Hazard Model Vanessa Ann Sansone, University of Texas at San Antonio A Deeper Understanding: Directors’ Perspectives of Disability Service Programming in Postsecondary Institutions Warren Edward Whitaker, University of San Diego Facilitator: Elizabeth Murakami, Texas A&M University - San Antonio

Thursday November 17, 2016 9:00am - 9:50am
Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center: Floor 5 - Duluth B

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