Skyline at dusk in Atlanta, Georgia

November 2016

Teaching a New Generation of Students
A National Symposium
November 18–19, 2016

Clark Atlanta University, Morehouse College, and Spelman College
Atlanta, Georgia

Symposium Overview

Spring 2017 Journal

In this issue:


Diversifying Learning Strategies to Meet Millennials Where They Learn Best
Diversity and Inclusion at a 21st-Century Historically Black University: What Cultural Competency Can Teach Us About incorporating Non-Citizen Latino/a students at HBCUs
Enabling College Inclusion in a Special Education STEM Program for Students with Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities
Engineering Course Success Through Interactive Engagement
How Faculty Can Increase Student Engagement in the Classroom Through the Use of Emerging Technology and Digital Media
Integrating Global Competencies into the Curriculum
Pathways to Student Engagement and Success in the Classroom
Preparing the New (Global) Generation of Students: Study-Abroad Strategies for a New Generation of Students
Promoting Success of Underrepresented Students in Science: Strategies, Approaches, and Lessons Learned
Standing on the Box You’ve Built: Using Technology and Learning Tools to Build Knowledge and Agency Among 21st-Century Students at HBCUs
Strategies for Student Success Through Living, Learning, and Knowing Self
Successful Teaching and Engagement Using Technology
Using Geospatial Education and Geographic Information Science (GISc) Technologies to Enhance Student Engagement in Research Aligned Mentorship Opportunities