The Dominican University Honors Program and Service Learning: Case Studies Focusing on Engaged Learning and Social Responsibility in Diverse Communities
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Setting the Table for Diversity
Lisa L. Coleman and Jonathan D. Kotinek
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This monograph is limited in scope by a number of factors, not the least of which is the multifaceted nature of diversity. The editors have made a conscious effort to bring in as many definitions and perspectives on diversity as possible from within the membership of the National Collegiate Honors Council. We are pleased that the resulting essays provide the opportunity to explore the issues of misrepresentation and underrepresentation for African American, disabled, Latina/o, international, and first-generation college students in honors. The following chapters also make a number of suggestions for curricular and programmatic approaches to incorporate diversity in practice in terms of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, class, and religious/cultural practices.
Published in 2010 by National Collegiate Honors Council 110 Neihardt Residence Center University of Nebraska-Lincoln 540 N. 16th Street Lincoln, NE 68588-0627 (402) 472-9150 FAX: (402) 472-9152 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.NCHChonors.org
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Ghosh, Jayati; Van der Ryn, Julia; Alcaria, Rizza; Haman-Dicko, Asta; Torres, Alma Delia Martinez; and Hoang, Peter, "The Dominican University Honors Program and Service Learning: Case Studies Focusing on Engaged Learning and Social Responsibility in Diverse Communities" (2010). Faculty Books. 107.