Multicultural Student Identity Development

Friday, August 27, 2021 2:30pm to 4:00pm

Description: This 90-minute workshop situates the experiences of students of color within the context of predominantly White academic spaces to complicate dominant discourses of student development theory in higher education. Presenters will provide research-based insight to understand how students who hold multiple marginalized identities maneuver through systems of power that unfold within predominantly white institutions.

Facilitators: Courtney Holland & Fernando "Fernie" Rodriguez from Multicultural Center for Academic Excellence (MCAE)

Post-session Resources: This session will not be recorded. Slides and resources will be sent to all registrants within two business days following the session.

Accessibility & Accommodation Requests: We strive to host inclusive, accessible events that enable all individuals to engage fully. Please contact the Center for Educational Innovation ( to request accommodations or discuss access needs (e.g. interpreting, captioning, large print, image descriptions, material format, etc.) Whenever possible, please submit requests for real-time captioning, interpreting, and material formatting at least two weeks in advance. Requests made after that point cannot be guaranteed.


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Teaching Enrichment Series
Learning and Learners
Qualifies for TA Professional Development Program