Support Presenters from New England at ACPA 2021

This year’s ACPA 2021 Convention features many student affairs professionals from the New England region. The virtual convention will be occurring during the course three weeks. There will be sessions on March 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 12th, 15th, 16th, and 17th. We encourage you to attend and support the presenters from our region as well as the convention. You can learn more about the ACPA21 convention by visiting: http://convention.myacpa.org/longbeach2021/.

PresenterInstitutionSection NumberSession Name
Gavin HenningNew England College2010Pre-Convention Workshop: Implementing Socially Just Assessment: Methods for Practice
Luz Gurgos-LopezUniversity of Connecticut1021Research-in-Process: Anti-Blackness and the Monolith Construction of Higher Education Latinidad
Cherry LimBunker Hill Community College2060Convention Program: Exploring Multilingual Advising: Challenges and Best Practices
Janelle Raymundo Joel OntiverosUniversity of Vermont2187Convention Program: Revitalizing Our Digital Presence: Using Strategic Marketing for Graduate Programs
Milagros Castillo-Montoya Ashley RobinsonUniversity of Connecticut2170Convention Program: An Institutional Transformation Approach to Recruiting Racially Minoritized Faculty
Gavin HenningNew England College2011Convention Program: Assessment as a Tool for Equity and Inclusion
Ashley RobinsonUniversity of Connecticut1029Research-in-Process: The Personal is Professional” Exploring Emerging Student Affairs Professionals’ Intimacies
Carolina DavilaYale University2031Convention Program: Latinix Cultural Centers: Countering hegemonic notions of Latinidad through anti-colonialism
Sarah StewartUniversity of Connecticut1031Research-in-Process: Finding Our Voice: Combating Anti-Blackness and COVID-19 in Higher Education.
Michael GiacaloneRhode Island College2043Convention Program: Supporting the Greek-Letter Organization Experience for Commuter Students
Gavin HenningNew England College2026Research & Practice Poster: Assessment, Evaluation, and Research (AER); Student Learning and Development (SLD)
Kari WattSpringfield College2123  Research and Practice Poster: Assessing and Promoting Critical Consciousness Development Among Marginalized Students
Daniel Solworth Stacey Harris  Boston University2141Research and Practice Poster: A Queer Cocurricular Can Indeed Change the World
Kenny Nienhusser Omar RomandiaUniversity of Connecticut2202Research and Practice Poster: Support Undocumented Immigrants in the Current COVID-19 Era

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