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Ua19/16/1 Hilltopper Football 2019 Bowl Guide, Wku Athletic Media Relations Dec 2019

Ua19/16/1 Hilltopper Football 2019 Bowl Guide, Wku Athletic Media Relations

WKU Archives Records

Media guide for the First Responder Bowl, WKU vs. Western Michigan University.


Race, Sense Of Belonging, And The African American Student Experience At Predominantly White Institutions, Anthony Kane Dec 2019

Race, Sense Of Belonging, And The African American Student Experience At Predominantly White Institutions, Anthony Kane

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

This research study utilized a critical race theoretical framework and methodology to explore the lived experiences of African American students at a predominantly White institution. The purpose of this study was to identify how race impacts the sense of belonging of African American students at predominantly White institutions (PWIs). This study highlighted the racialized experiences of African American students at a predominantly White institution and how these experiences impacted their sense of belonging. Additionally, this study sought to understand the type of support African Americans students preferred and needed in order to develop a positive sense of belonging.

Six African …


Ua45/6 Commencement Program, Wku Registrar Dec 2019

Ua45/6 Commencement Program, Wku Registrar

WKU Archives Records

Commencement program listing graduates with order of exercises for all WKU campuses.


“Where Are You From?”: Using Critical Race Theory To Analyze Graphic Novel Counter-Stories Of The Racial Microaggressions Experienced By Two Angry Asian Girls, Talitha Angelica Acaylar Trazo, Woohee Kim Dec 2019

“Where Are You From?”: Using Critical Race Theory To Analyze Graphic Novel Counter-Stories Of The Racial Microaggressions Experienced By Two Angry Asian Girls, Talitha Angelica Acaylar Trazo, Woohee Kim

Intersections: Critical Issues in Education

This article uses critical race theory (CRT) to analyze two stories about racial microaggressions from Where Are You From?: Short stories about being Asian in America, the graphic novel written and illustrated by Talitha Angelica Acaylar Trazo in fulfillment of her undergraduate honors thesis. Where Are You From? visually historicizes the counter-stories of 48 Asian and Asian American students at a predominantly-white undergraduate institution. In this article, we examine these microaggressions in relation to institutional and structural racism and the intersections of race, gender, and power dynamics between white faculty and Asian female students. Furthermore, we propose …


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 95, No. 14, Wku Student Affairs Dec 2019

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 95, No. 14, Wku Student Affairs

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WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. This issue contains articles:

  • Dobbs, Jack. Experienced Staff Members Exit Finance Office – Paula Jarboe, Jim Cummings
  • Deppen, Laurel. 3rd Racial Slur Incident Prompts Greek Life Review – Alpha Tau Omega
  • Nutter, Abbey. Students Study the Forgotten History Under Their Feet – Jonesville
  • Chisenhall, Jeremy. A Senior Sign-off: Thanks for Reading This Semester’s News
  • Heichelbech, Evan. Letter from the (Former) Editor: Dear Herald, Thank You
  • Collins, Michael. THC Vapes Continue to Pose a Danger to Public Health – Tetrahydrocannabinol
  • Williams, Matthew. WKU Middle of the Road in Student …


Perceptions Of Restorative Practices Among Black Girls: Talking Circles In An Urban Alternative Middle School., Vanessa Marie Mcphail Dec 2019

Perceptions Of Restorative Practices Among Black Girls: Talking Circles In An Urban Alternative Middle School., Vanessa Marie Mcphail

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

Research suggests that Restorative Justice approaches have shown promise in terms of their impact on school climate, student behavior, and relationships. The purpose of this study is to explore Black female students’ perceptions of Restorative Practice (RP) talking circles at an alternative school. The study examined literature on Zero Tolerance, School Discipline Disparities, African American Female students, Intersectionality, Restorative Justice, and Alternative Schools. A qualitative case study method was used for this study, drawing from two sources: (a) face-to-face interviews and (b) observations of the Black female students who attend the alternative school and participate in the talking circles. Analyses …


Guides And Guidance: Subverting Tourist Narratives In Trans-Indigenous Time And Space, Shanae Aurora Martinez Dec 2019

Guides And Guidance: Subverting Tourist Narratives In Trans-Indigenous Time And Space, Shanae Aurora Martinez

Theses and Dissertations

My dissertation is a study of the ways in which Indigenous writers and theorists suggest we decolonize the sites of knowledge production through our pedagogical and methodological practices. Ultimately, my dissertation is about the power of story and finding the necessary strategies to change the narratives that do harm in our daily lives. I focus on the sites of knowledge production because these are the institutions and practices with which I am the most familiar. The purpose of this work is beyond metaphorical as I strive to forefront the narratives that change the ways in which settler-Indigenous relationships are formed …


Splinters From The Bamboo Ceiling: Understanding The Experiences Of Asian American Men In Higher Education Leadership, Jerald Adamos Dec 2019

Splinters From The Bamboo Ceiling: Understanding The Experiences Of Asian American Men In Higher Education Leadership, Jerald Adamos

Doctoral Dissertations

Asian Americans continue to confront perceptions connected to the perpetual foreigner and model minority concepts which challenges their acceptance as leaders in mainstream American culture. Asian men have recently been able to attain higher levels of education that opens doors to higher level positions and organizations yet still face barriers to career advancement opportunities. In consideration of the American higher education system, Whites continue to exceed their proportional representation in areas of the institution while Asian Americans do not. The purpose of this study is to understand how the intersection of racial and gender identity has influenced leadership through the …


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 95, No. 11 [13], Wku Student Affairs Nov 2019

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 95, No. 11 [13], Wku Student Affairs

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WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. This issue contains articles:

  • Chisenhall, Jeremy. WKU Deals Offer Chances to Study in China – Shaanxi Normal University
  • Collins, Michael. How DACA Rulings Could Affect WKU Students – Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
  • Stahl, Matt. WKU Basketball Records Request Heads to In-camera Review
  • Burris, Lily. 5 Questions with Dean Larry Snyder
  • Lamb, Cassady. Students Can Pay Back Library Fines in a New Way
  • Stack, Madalyn. Editorial Cartoon re: Freedom of the Press
  • Penalizing the Press – China
  • Mattison, Reed. On Ice – SoKY Ice Rink
  • Holland, Kelley. Folklore Class …


Bridging The Cultural And Linguistic Divide Through Virtual Exchange, Diane Ceo-Difrancesco, Carolina Marturet De Paris, Oscar Kennedy Mora, Xóchitl León Oyarzabal, Edison Rene Santacruz Bastidas, María Mena-Böhlke, Olaf Böhlke Nov 2019

Bridging The Cultural And Linguistic Divide Through Virtual Exchange, Diane Ceo-Difrancesco, Carolina Marturet De Paris, Oscar Kennedy Mora, Xóchitl León Oyarzabal, Edison Rene Santacruz Bastidas, María Mena-Böhlke, Olaf Böhlke

Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal

The AUSJAL/AJCU Virtual Exchange Program maximizes the strengths of the Jesuit educational mission and its network to establish sustainable partnerships across borders, language and cultural divides. Initiated in 2006 as a grass roots project between two language instructors, the collaboration has grown to involve 22 universities, 29,561 students and 200 instructors in an innovative, high impact practice that leverages technologies to foster global engagement through virtual interaction. This study documents the perspectives of U.S. and Latin American students participating in virtual exchange experiences at five Jesuit universities. Specifically, research methodology included qualitative data collection to examine the impact of a …


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 95, No. 12, Wku Student Affairs Nov 2019

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 95, No. 12, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. This issue contains articles:

  • Lamb, Cassidy & Lily Burris. College Towns Go Blue, Aiding Andy Beshear – Elections
  • Dobbs, Jack. Double-Check – Matt Bevin
  • Rexing, Brody. WKU Retention, Out-of-State Enrollment Improves
  • Nutter, Abbey & Cassady Lamb. New Cash Registers Reduce Waits at On-campus Restaurants
  • Stack, Madalyn. Editorial Cartoon re: Matt Bevin Losing
  • Just Give It Up – Matt Bevin
  • Heath, Esther. Stressful Relief – Kart Racing
  • Tolbert, Eleanor. GypsyMoon Marketplace Increases Draw, Builds Tradition
  • Button, Gabby. Style for All – Paige McKinney, Trash Queen
  • Latture, Katelyn. Pop-up Doughnut Shop …


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 95, No. 11, Wku Student Affairs Nov 2019

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 95, No. 11, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. This issue contains articles:

  • Nutter, Abbey. Heat Issues Affect 15 Buildings on Campus
  • Decision Day – Election Day
  • Dobbs, Jack. Potter College Has Merger Plan in Midst of CAPE – Comprehensive Academic Program Evaluation
  • Burris, Lily. Paid Parental Leave Policy Could Benefit Multiple Parties
  • Stack, Madalyn. Editorial Cartoon re: Finals
  • Laves, Karl. Letter to the Editor: Get Ahead of the Curve on Finals
  • Warner, Casey. Kentucky’s Heavy Metal Artists Deserve More Support
  • Mallon, Sam. Cynthiana Found Us – Mountain Workshops
  • Martel, Andrew. Philosophy Course Examines Our Darker Sides – …


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 95, No. 10, Wku Student Affairs Oct 2019

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 95, No. 10, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. This issue contains articles:

  • Deppen, Laurel. Words Are Powerful – Racial Slurs
  • Dobbs, Jack. WKU Fights Declining Student Enrollment
  • Stack, Madalyn. Editorial Cartoon re: Kentucky Loves Andy Beshear
  • Coyle, Cameron. Progressive Policies – Andy Beshear
  • Warner, Casey. Students & Staff Talk Governor’s Race
  • Kohley, Chris. A Moment’s Notice – Taylor Kiser, Firemen
  • Sisler, Julie. Great to Be 21
  • Tolbert, Eleanor. Professor by Day, Sleepy Hollow Resident by Night – Craig Taylor
  • Kieser, Nick. Seniors Lead WKU Soccer in C-USA Tournament Push
  • Gaylord, Kaden. Leading Role – Volleyball
  • Jessie, Alec. …


It's A Black-White Thing, Donna Bryson Oct 2019

It's A Black-White Thing, Donna Bryson

The Journal of Traditions & Beliefs

No abstract provided.


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 95, No. 9, Wku Student Affairs Oct 2019

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 95, No. 9, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. This issue contains articles:

  • Burris, Lily. The World Was Truly Robbed – Taylor Grider
  • Sisler, June. Interfraternity Council Plans On-Campus Benefit Concert
  • Nutter, Abbey & Lily Burris. LifeWorks Helps Students on Autism Spectrum
  • Nutter, Abbey. First Year Village to Have Living Learning Communities, Communal Bathrooms Stay
  • Stack, Madalyn. Editorial Cartoon re: Voting
  • Every Vote Counts
  • Heath, Esther. Coming Home – Decades of Spirit
  • Holland, Kelley. Express Yourself – Colby Wicker
  • Latture, Katelyn. Gatton Academy Student Proves Age Is No Obstacle – Samuel Chang
  • Sisler, Julie. Speech to Text: One …


Troubling The “We” In Art Education: Slam Poetry As Subversive Duoethnography, Gloria J. Wilson, Sara Scott Shields Oct 2019

Troubling The “We” In Art Education: Slam Poetry As Subversive Duoethnography, Gloria J. Wilson, Sara Scott Shields

Journal of Social Theory in Art Education

Scholarly dialogues are filled with discussions of teacher’s personal perspectives, experiences, and challenges - but rarely do these dialogues include the narratives that lie beneath the surface. The subversive tales confronting stories of microagressions, alternate histories, and institutionalized norms that shape the educational landscape we navigate daily. This paper is focused on bringing to the surface a call and response lament of two social justice-oriented art educators--one Black, the other White. Using the dialogic methodology of duoethnography and the performative aspects of slam poetry, we share our racialized-teaching accounts as a multisensory experience, where text and performative orality share a …


Ua12/2/1 Wku Homecoming, Wku Student Affairs Oct 2019

Ua12/2/1 Wku Homecoming, Wku Student Affairs

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WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. This issue contains articles:

  • Metcalf, Taylor. Honored at Home – Scott Applewhite
  • Williams, Matthew. 3 Alumns Inducted to Hall of Distinguished Alumni – Scott Applewhite, Shirley Gray, Dixie Snider
  • Spencer, Jesse. All-Time Greats – Anthony Winchester, Megan Argabright, John Bushong, Jackie Cooper
  • Benningfield, Chloe. Coming Together: Fraternities Build Spirit Through the Decades
  • Coyle, Cameron. Funding the Future
  • WKU Homecoming Bar Map
  • Jessie, Alec. Then There Were Two – Parker Howell, Miles Pate
  • Alvey, Rebekah & Griffin Fletcher. WKU Alumni Pick Bowling Green’s Best Bars
  • What Decade Are You?
  • Mitchell, …


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 95, No. 8, Wku Student Affairs Oct 2019

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 95, No. 8, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. This issue contains articles:

  • Civil Suit: Ex-WKU Player Accused of Sex Assault – Marlon Hunter
  • Burris, Lily. WKU to Be Tobacco-Free, Smoke-Free Campus
  • Burris, Lily. Behind the Mask – Big Red, O’Brian McKinley
  • Burris, Lily. WKU Expects Freshman Enrollment Drop, University of Kentucky & Murray State University Up
  • Dobbs. Jack. Graduate Programs for Criminology, Sociology Set to Be Cut
  • Stack, Madalyn. Editorial Cartoon re: Matt Bevin Email
  • Schmalbert Schmells – Matt Bevin Email
  • Mattison, Reed. Not Horsing Around – Ethan Harrington, Farriers
  • Tolbert, Eleanor. Shoot Your Shot – Gun …


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 95, No. 7, Wku Student Affairs Oct 2019

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 95, No. 7, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. This issue contains articles:

  • Deppen, Laurel. Another Video with Racial Slur Emerges – Chi Omega
  • Bertucci, Leo. Students React to New Bus Routes
  • Dobbs, Jack. Student Government Association Members Plan Protest Against Alpha Xi Delta
  • Lamb, Cassidy. Kelly Thompson Hall Renovations Provide New Learning Opportunities
  • Chisenhall, Jeremy. Why We Cover Racial Slur Usage on Campus
  • Stack, Madelyn. Editorial Cartoon re: Racial Slurs
  • Intolerable – Racial Slurs
  • Heath, Esther. Heavy Metal – Blacksmiths, Hammer-In
  • Holland, Kelley. Prideful Protest – Fairness Ordinance
  • Metcalf, Taylor. Abundance of Abes Highlights Small-town Festival – …


Ethics And Methods Of Human Rights Work: Exploring Both Theoretical And Practical Approaches, Shayna Plaut, Maritza Felices Luna, Christina Clark Kazak, Neil Bilotta, Lara Rosenoff Gauvin Oct 2019

Ethics And Methods Of Human Rights Work: Exploring Both Theoretical And Practical Approaches, Shayna Plaut, Maritza Felices Luna, Christina Clark Kazak, Neil Bilotta, Lara Rosenoff Gauvin

Biennial Conference: The Social Practice of Human Rights

This workshop will explore both theoretical and practical approaches to methodologies and ethics as it relates to human rights work.

The goal of the workshop is to create a dynamic space that encourages participants to share and learn from our own experiences navigating the messiness of human rights ethics and methods. We specifically address formal education and systems and structures so that we may all design, do and teach research and practice related to human rights in a more critical and sustainable manner. We recognize the tensions of creating research, programs and advocacy that is seen as “legitimate” to educational …


Woking Curriculum: Youth, Popular Cultures, And Moving Images Matter!, Ligia (Licho) López López Oct 2019

Woking Curriculum: Youth, Popular Cultures, And Moving Images Matter!, Ligia (Licho) López López

Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justice

In these intensified anti-Black, anti-Aboriginal, anti-LGBTQI times, this paper offers woking curriculum as an educational-political proposition. Schools are often places of rejection of young people’s investment in popular culture and their attuned sensibilities to moving images in videogames, cartoons, and popular movies. Through a spoken word poem this paper begins to respond to this disinvestment offering an analysis of why and how the popular moving images must be made curriculum. The paper draws from visual and classroom-based research in the United States, Australia, and Colombia.


Cultural Identity Silencing Of Native Americans In Education, Katheryne T. Leigh-Osroosh, Brian Hutchison Oct 2019

Cultural Identity Silencing Of Native Americans In Education, Katheryne T. Leigh-Osroosh, Brian Hutchison

Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justice

This descriptive phenomenological study investigated: How is cultural identity silencing psychologically experienced by young adult Native Americans in education? Cultural identity silencing is the denial of the existence of cultural identity. Phenomenological interviewing and Giorgian analysis resulted in a descriptive structure of how cultural identity silencing is psychologically experienced by Native Americans in educational settings. These results contribute to a greater understanding of how Native Americans experience colonialist educational systems and thus has implications for survivance, identity development, and the decolonialization of education.


Fall 2019 Oct 2019

Fall 2019

Insights

A World of Opportunities: LAS in the Global Community; ISSUES - Study Abroad, Applied Diplomacy, HumanitiesX; In this issue of Insights, we celebrate all things global at the College of Liberal Arts and Social Science (LAS). We are deeply proud of the positive impact our students and alumni have had on the world, and of the many LAS academic initiatives that foster global engagement; New Advisory Board Chair Mitchell Goldberg; Study abroad turns LAS Honors alumni into global citizens; Depaul Expands the Borders of Diplomacy with this First of Its kind program; Landing in LONDON Spring break trip brings DePaul …


Chinese Culture Club, Ashley Thyes Oct 2019

Chinese Culture Club, Ashley Thyes

Honors Expanded Learning Clubs

Afterschool club that teaches students about Chinese culture and teaches them how to speak and white various words and phrases.


Hbcus Importance To The Black Community, Jarrett A. Torromeo Oct 2019

Hbcus Importance To The Black Community, Jarrett A. Torromeo

Student Publications

This paper looks at the importance of Historically Black Colleges and Universities in the Black community. It explores how they are necessary in order to bring a sense of belonging to the Black community and how they can grow. They are critically underfunded compared to other universities/colleges but this can change with the sports that they have to offer.


Preschool For All: Plyler V. Doe In The Context Of Early Childhood Education, Shiva Kooragayala Oct 2019

Preschool For All: Plyler V. Doe In The Context Of Early Childhood Education, Shiva Kooragayala

Northwestern Journal of Law & Social Policy

In its 1982 opinion in Plyler v. Doe, the Supreme Court held that a state could not deny undocumented children living within its borders a public and free K-12 education. This Note argues that Plyler’s protections extend to publicly-funded early childhood education programs that serve children between the ages of three and five. Due to the broad support of researchers, educators, and the general public, early childhood education programs funded by local, state, and the federal governments have become an integral part of a comprehensive public education today. While these early childhood education programs are nominally open to all students …


Disability And Migration: How Systems Of Violence Intersect With The Production And Experience Of Disability For Migrants In Morocco, Frances Condon Oct 2019

Disability And Migration: How Systems Of Violence Intersect With The Production And Experience Of Disability For Migrants In Morocco, Frances Condon

Independent Study Project (ISP) Collection

This project investigates the perspectives and experiences of physically disabled, chronically ill, or bodily-impaired migrants from south of the Sahara living in Rabat, Morocco. Increasing interest in disabled migrants’ rights from international organizations risks erasing those being ‘protected’ if it does not attend to the intersections of race, class, citizenship, and gender as they relate to the production and experience of disability for migrants. Produced by and for the (white) global North, I argue that traditional Euro-American disability studies scholarship is ill-equipped to address the issues faced by disabled migrants in post-colonial contexts. In addition to being ineffective, the uncritical …


Racialized Aggressions And Sense Of Belonging Among Asian American College Students, Kevin J. Gin Oct 2019

Racialized Aggressions And Sense Of Belonging Among Asian American College Students, Kevin J. Gin

Institute for Asian American Studies Publications

This naturalistic, qualitative inquiry explored how Asian American college students’ encounters with racialized aggressions on social media impacted their sense of belonging at a predominately White institution (PWI). Participants indicated that encounters with racism on social media, especially on the anonymous mobile app Yik Yak, engendered racial distrust, and alienation from their institution. These findings suggest the virtual components of campus culture play a critical role in determining how Asian American college students feel they are welcomed, valued, and included at a PWI.


Ua19/16/2 Basketball Press Releases, Wku Athletic Media Relations Oct 2019

Ua19/16/2 Basketball Press Releases, Wku Athletic Media Relations

WKU Archives Records

Press releases regarding WKU's basketball team from August to December 2019.


Exigimos Inclusión, No Tolerancia: La Interseccionalidad En Los Movimientos Estudiantiles En Argentina, Angélica Ramos Oct 2019

Exigimos Inclusión, No Tolerancia: La Interseccionalidad En Los Movimientos Estudiantiles En Argentina, Angélica Ramos

Independent Study Project (ISP) Collection

Los movimientos estudiantiles en Argentina surgieron en respuesta a las desigualdades y represión dentro del sistema educativo. Los estudiantes intentan luchar para una educación de calidad, igual y gratuita para todos. Lamentablemente, como consecuencia de la historia de genocidio y esclavitud en Argentina, ideas racistas y coloniales existen hoy día en las mentalidades de muchos argentinos. Esta investigación analiza las maneras en que permanece estas mentalidades dentro de los movimientos estudiantiles y como evita la interseccionalidad e inclusión de poblaciones marginalizadas. Porque si continúa la falta de interseccionalidad de parte de estudiantes privilegiados hacia estudiantes y poblaciones femme, trans, indígena …