At its core, it was public scholarship — public scientific scholarship — and that is so hard to get tenure for. Further, engaging students in the communities to which their institutions are anchored strengthens student engagement, recognizing that "low-income" is not an isolated condition disentangled from others like first generation, race, ethnicity, and language.
Bollinger, decided by the Supreme Court in What do we want them to be working on? For me it was about having more and more institutional impact.
Can you look back and try to reconstruct what got you into psychology? And that they change each other. Fundamental change in a culture has to start with those in the dominant place.
We need to reach into community colleges and build hybrid models, as The Century Foundation has suggestedand we need to reach into what we call "geographies of opportunity" -- metropolitan regions where new talent is growing fast but current opportunities to cultivate the next diverse generation are scarce, as mapped so compellingly recently by the Social Science Research Council.
It would be extremely interesting to do the same kind of thing for psychology or for the behavioral sciences more generally.
They are mastering the new genetics while also being psychologists studying attachment, mastering brain scans, and being true social cognitive neuroscientists, while also studying consequential problems.
Supreme Court cases, Grutter v. That when the president thinks about reforming the education system or when the Supreme Court rules on a case on affirmative action, the data and theories we are best suited to present are at the table.
They are super smart, super good, and super ready to be interdisciplinary. Can I work in a collaborative team? The Road Half Traveled: Many things should happen, but as a personal take on it from my passions and framework, let me give my wish list.
Cantor will leave a campus and city transformed". Previously, she was chair of the department of psychology at Princeton University NJ. Thirty years ago, you graduated from Stanford. I got hooked on your work, Walter, when I got interested in social context, and our collaboration really flourished as I understood a lot more about interactions and the pull and tug between people and their environments.
For more information on the Tenure Team Initiative, see www. And proud of it. Previously, Cantor served as chancellor at Syracuse Universityprovost at the University of Michiganand chancellor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
As we do this, we should adopt a broader vision of academic potential, such as the holistic approach employed by the Posse Foundation and as envisioned in affirmative action. Bollinger and Gratz v. Or look at the work being done on global climate change. Issues in Higher Education; James C. School superintendents would point to who gets disciplined and who takes AP courses.
It is presented every year to an individual who has made outstanding contributions and demonstrated sustained commitment to diversity in higher education. What do we think the animating goals of college admissions would be and what would the discussion entail? The best departments in the country need to start making tenure decisions around quality, courage, scientific voice, the ambitions of the work.
It involved all kinds of issues of multiple comparison sets, all kinds of things that are very hard to pull off now. A good example is your delayed gratification work. University Engagement at a Crossroads.
First it would be that psychological scientists are at the table in the most pressing issues of our day.> Nancy Cantor: A View From The Chancellor’s Office. Nancy Cantor: A View From The Chancellor’s Office.
Walter Mischel She also was recognized as “an advocate for racial justice and diversity in higher education.” she led the fight “in the defense of affirmative action in the cases Gutter v. Bollinger and Gratz v. Justice Department Will Target Affirmative Action. New York Times Tuesday night revealed that the U.S.
Justice Department plans to investigate and sue colleges over their affirmative action policies in admissions. managing partner of Education Counsel and the author of numerous briefs defending affirmative action in higher education. Nancy Cantor Affirmative Action And Higher Education.
Affirmative Action in Higher Education In its tumultuous forty year history, affirmative action has been both praised and attacked as an answer to racial inequality.
The policy was introduced by President Lyndon Johnson in as a method of redressing discrimination that persisted. As we survey the environment following this summer's affirmative action ruling by the Supreme Court in Fisher v.
means for increasing diversity in higher education guided by Nancy Cantor. Nancy Cantor is the chancellor of Rutgers University-Newark, in Newark, New Jersey.
holding that their policies of affirmative action were unconstitutional. Cantor lectures and writes extensively on the role of universities as anchor institutions in their communities, along with other issues in higher education such as rewarding public Succeeded by: Kent Syverud.
Nancy Cantor (Affirmative Action & Higher Education: Before & After The Supreme Court Rulings On The Michigan Cases) Sandra Day O'Connor (Achieving Diversity On Campus) OTHER SETS BY THIS CREATOR.Download