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Recalling the Catalogue of the Forgotten


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Dr. Rich Reddick, Leora Rockowitz, Stephanie LaMarca, Beth Bukoski, Phil Butler

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Recalling the Catalogue of the Forgotten

  1. 1. R E C A L L I N G T H E C ATA L O G U EO F T H E F O RG O T T E N : S T U D E N T A F FA I R S P RO F E S S I O N A L S CONDUCTING HISTORICAL R E S E A RC H Leora Rockowitz Stephanie LaMarca Beth Bukoski Phil Butler Richard Reddick
  2. 2. Today’s Presentation• Introductions• History of History Presentations• Overview of Research Projects• Panel Discussion• Q&A
  3. 3. PRESENTERS• Stephanie: Master’s candidate, GA CIBER• Phil: M.Ed, Coordinator of Greek Life in DOS• Leora: Master’s candidate, GA DOS• Beth: Doctoral candidate, GRA, TA• Rich: Assistant Professor & Coordinator of Master’s Program in College & University Student Personnel Administration
  4. 4. H OW D I D T H E P R E S E N TAT I O N S COME ABOUT?• TA for History of Higher Ed under Dr. Julie Reuben – How to make history applicable to student experiences – Opportunity to conduct research with primary sources – Topics pre-selected by teaching staff• Innovations – Students choose topics (after consulting with teaching staff) – Encouraging use of archives at UT and on Internet – Deliverables • Print or electronic documentation • References and works cited page
  5. 5. 3 PRESENTATIONS G.I. Bill & Student Veterans Social Organizations Statues
  6. 6. SAMPLE: LEARNING OUTCOMES To differentiate between the intended and unintended impact of the G.I. Bill of 1944 on early 20th century higher education and society. To assess the impact of the post-9/11 G.I. Bill on student veterans and higher education institutions today. To discuss the future implications of the post-9/11 G.I. Bill and apply it to our work as student affairs administrators.
  7. 7. CHALLENGES TO HIGHER EDUCATION• Accommodating an influx of students• Temp housing & temp classrooms• Fraternity houses• Family housing• “Vetsvilles”
  8. 8. C O N T E M P O R A RY C H A L L E N G E S F O R STUDENT VETERANS “Nontraditional” students Physical disabilities Mental Health Issues: Anxiety, depression, PTSD Alienation & frustration during transition Hear from a local veteran who experienced frustration, disconnect, and alienation upon returning to the classroom.
  9. 9. GROUP ACTIVITYProfile a student: Paul Kyle AshleyDiscuss/Answer/Share out: Summarize your veteran’s story. What services might he or she need at an institution of higher education? What challenges can you foresee as a student affairs practitioner in helping this veteran?
  10. 10. Induction Ceremony Historical Context Fraternities & Greek Societies Secret Societies Hazing Black Greek Orgs EDUCATION SOCIETIESSororities, Ethnic and Religious Societies THE EVOLUTION OF HIGHER
  11. 11. 1933Jefferson DavisRobert E. LeeJohn ReaganJames Hogg AlbertJohnston WoodrowWilson
  12. 12. MLK Sculpture Jefferson Foundation Davis formed statue vandalized 1987 19901955 1995 George MLK StatueWashington Referendum statue Passed unveiled
  13. 13. Barbara JordanCommittee Request Earl Campbell Statue Design statue unveiled 2002 2006 2003 2004 Joe Jamail statues unveiled
  14. 14. PANEL DISCUSSION• Beyond the class environment, how was the research/presentation ofvalue to you?• Many of you were or are students and practitioners or researchers,how did/do you balance those multiple identities?• How did this experience influence the work you do?• How can ones knowledge of local and/or global history enhancehis/her ability to serve students and/or the university?
  16. 16. THANKS FOR A GREAT SESSION!• Contact info: • • • • •