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Examining Needs and Opportunities for Supporting Students Who Experience Discrimination [article]

Yasaman S. Sefidgar, Paula S. Nurius, Amanda Baughan, Lisa A. Elkin, Anind K. Dey, Eve Riskin, Jennifer Mankoff, Margaret E. Morris
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Specifically, we examined unfolding experiences of perceived discrimination among college students and found factors to address in providing meaningful support.  ...  Perceived discrimination is common and consequential. Yet, little support is available to ease handling of these experiences.  ...  CONCLUSIONS AND FUTURE WORK The purpose of this research was to identify directions and requirements for technologies that support students who face discrimination.  ... 
arXiv:2111.13266v1 fatcat:vchhtouovffcvlmledluhpnffu

Disability inclusion in higher education in Uganda: Status and strategies

Paul Emong, Lawrence Eron
2016 African Journal of Disability  
Conclusion: The article recommends that institutional policies and guidelines on support services for students with disabilities and special needs in higher education be developed, data on students with  ...  The CRPD, in Article 24, requires states to attain a right to education for persons with disabilities without discrimination and on the basis of equal opportunities at all levels of education.  ...  National Union of Disabled People of Uganda (NUDIPU) and specific comments by Victor Locoro of Kyambogo University.  ... 
doi:10.4102/ajod.v5i1.193 pmid:28730044 pmcid:PMC5433449 fatcat:hbzgfg22ozcydcmpeum22q6yb4

Gender Discrimination and Nursing: Α Literature Review

Christiana Kouta, Charis P. Kaite
2011 Journal of Professional Nursing  
This article aims to examine gender stereotypes in relation to men in nursing, discuss gender discrimination cases in nursing, and explore methods used for promoting equal educational opportunities during  ...  Legal case studies are included in order to provide a more practical example of those barriers existing for men pursuing nursing, as well as statistical data concerning gender discrimination and male attrition  ...  Counteracting Gender Discrimination in Nursing Studies Nursing educational programs need to be reviewed and provide equal opportunities for all nursing students.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.profnurs.2010.10.006 pmid:21272837 fatcat:nhiuclwmmrcv5lnu3hb3efyf54

The Academic Adjustments of First-Year Students with Autism

Wanda Hadley, Yuqian Zhang
2021 Research Journal of Education  
Students struggled to move away from accommodations such as tutoring, extra time for exams, and proctored exams as they had received in high school.  ...  Seamless access on campus for students with ASD should be a priority that includes accommodations, a culture that is inclusive, and faculty that understand the issues related to having students with ASD  ...  Mentoring is needed to foster a positive college experience for LGBTQ students.  ... 
doi:10.32861/rje.71.36.41 fatcat:o6fib5oyxrhcfkgksvqlzr2w5m

"Too Many to Count": Experiences of Microaggressions for Latinx Students at a Predominantly White Institution in the Age of Trump

Lorraine M. Gutiérrez, Amanda Rodríguez-Newhall, Andrea Mora, Maira A. Areguin, Marissa Salazar
2019 NCID Currents  
Faculty mentors should be supported by receiving training regarding mental health and well-being resources for students so that they can help mentees to mitigate the impact of experiences of discrimination  ...  Results For the purposes of this paper, the selected results will focus on student experiences with discrimination and microaggressions and issues of Latinx representation on college campuses.  ... 
doi:10.3998/currents.17387731.0001.105 fatcat:24eob7o5zbdxrhuuqrgsfplex4

Itinerant Teachers' Perspectives of Using Collaborative Practices in Serving Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

Mary V. Compton, Margo Appenzeller, Megan Kemmery, Stephanie Gardiner-Walsh
2015 American Annals of the Deaf  
In accordance with IDEA (2004) , NASP supports the need for students who are deaf or hard of hearing to have frequent opportunities for direct interaction with peers of similar ages and diverse communication  ...  NASP also supports educating students and staff through inservice training regarding the educational experiences and outcomes for these students; relevant research; and appropriate means for meeting their  ... 
doi:10.1353/aad.2015.0023 pmid:26320749 fatcat:hz7lah4bb5cjzhgct4rvnc6vqy

Global Citizenship Education and Social Justice for Immigrant Students: Implications for Administration, Leadership, and Teaching in Schools [chapter]

Linyuan Guo-Brennan, Michael Guo-Brennan
2020 Handbook on Promoting Social Justice in Education  
In her study examining international students' experiences, Lee (2017) found students from Asia, Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East experience greater neoracism and discrimination compared with  ...  environment that addresses the social justice concerns about racism, discrimination, and exclusion experiences by newcomer students; second, recruit, retain, and support the teachers who adopt culturally  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-14625-2_40 fatcat:t6zb2i6h2nc45hjzwmjbyre634

Factors affecting progress of Australian and international students in a problem-based learning medical course

Carla Treloar, Natalie McCall, Isobel Rolfe, Sallie-Anne Pearson, Gail Garvey, Andrew Heathcote
2000 Medical Education  
Conclusions The results suggest that interventions aimed at reducing barriers to progress need to promote students' con®dence, motivation and subsequent participation in course learning opportunities.  ...  Objective This study used qualitative methodology to explore and compare factors affecting progress for mainstream Australian students (non-Indigenous Australian, non-international) and international students  ...  Acknowledgements Our thanks to the students who participated and shared their experiences, and also to Ms Vicki Caesar for her efforts in coordinating the study.  ... 
doi:10.1046/j.1365-2923.2000.00625.x pmid:10972748 fatcat:fg4t5huv2jhw3dhouchmwetpeq

Factors Influencing Career Choices Of Urban Agricultural Education Students

Levon T. Esters, Blannie E. Bowen
2005 Journal of Agricultural Education  
The events and experiences reported by former students who chose a career in agriculture focused around several themes which included career opportunities, high school educational experiences, and work  ...  Of the former students who did not choose a career in agriculture, events and experiences cited included having other career interests, a lack of interest in agriculture, and a lack of career opportunities  ...  More importantly, all schools need to provide opportunities for students to prepare for agricultural careers so that the predicted shortage of trained professional in agriculture may be alleviated (Phipps  ... 
doi:10.5032/jae.2005.02024 fatcat:z4y3hm3lhzffhm7pxjlmrpfhti

Exploring the Experiences of Black/African American Students in Entry Level Occupational Therapy and Occupational Therapy Assistant Programs: A Survey Study

Riqiea F. Kitchens, Amber B Armstead, Karthik Mani, Lima Ghulmi, Diane M Collins
2022 Journal of Occupational Therapy Education  
develop learning environments that encourage supportive and inclusive experiences for the next generation of OT practitioners.  ...  Results of this study provide insight on important factors that affect the student learning experience and can inform OT and OTA programs about potential areas of strength and identify areas of need to  ...  Acknowledgements Acknowledgements The authors would like to acknowledge UTMB SHP Dean's Committment Funds that provided financial support for this study.  ... 
doi:10.26681/jote.2022.060202 fatcat:xljqjr4r6bfajostcysslm35t4

International Undergraduate Student Engagement: Implications for Higher Education Administrators

Caroline Sabina Wekullo
2019 Journal of International Students  
These students faced unique and uneven experiences with social support, academics, community identity, connectedness, and perceived discrimination.  ...  Implications for higher education administrators, international students, and researchers suggested.  ...  A considerable amount of literature has emphasized the need to increase these types of opportunities for students (Van Horne et al., 2018) .  ... 
doi:10.32674/jis.v9i1.257 fatcat:gkjnvh7xfzhrbgsypoilraqqnq

Humble Opinions on Inclusive Educational Idea

Jiang Zhu, Lijuan Wang
2010 International Education Studies  
Inclusive educational idea means to make all the students have equal opportunities in enjoying high-quality education and make every student have all-round development, reflecting the yearning for the  ...  education without exclusion and discrimination of people from different countries, nationalities and beliefs.  ...  Such problems result in the discrimination and prejudice towards the students who are from low-income families and from the poverty-stricken areas, and need to be concentrated on.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ies.v3n3p32 fatcat:4xutalgixjgulbasevls33vzce

Prevalence and Correlates of Depressive Symptoms Among International Students: Implications for University Support Offices

Noel L Shadowen, Ariel A Williamson, Nancy G Guerra, Ravichandran Ammigan, Matthew L Drexler
2019 Journal of International Students  
Implications for university administration and support services are discussed.  ...  International students often experience significant challenges and difficulties adjusting to their new campus and university environment abroad.  ...  they could turn to for support if needed, and how satisfied they were with their current level of social support.  ... 
doi:10.32674/jis.v9i1.277 fatcat:ltapfuackrhhtkvj2nvkknvkkq

Student retention in Indonesian private university

Yulianti Talar, Jimmy Gozaly
2020 International Journal of Evaluation and Research in Education (IJERE)  
Data processed by Discriminant Analysis, Crosstabulations, and Correlations Analysis dan statistical descriptive methods.  ...  Private universities require more effort to retain student students so that these students can complete their studies and then work in the community.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Researchers would like to thank Maranatha Christian University Bandung for fully funding this research.  ... 
doi:10.11591/ijere.v9i3.20582 fatcat:mvzlnapvgnhafc72qvrz3lrb3u

A Multicultural Library: Strategies for the Twenty-First Century

Veronica E. Nance-Mitchell
1996 College and Research Libraries  
opportunities.  ...  Therefore, colleges and universities must be committed to affirmative action initiatives and the recruitment and retention of minority library students, and to mentoring, networking, and providing job  ...  and international professional opportunities for African American chief executive officers (CEOs); and support for the goals and objectives of the.  ... 
doi:10.5860/crl_57_05_405 fatcat:qogy32hg5zdfrilmpspavfmhba
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