Does Science Student Success Need Social Sciencesí Insights?

Friday, October 17, 2014: 10:15 AM-11:45 AM
LACC 305 (Los Angeles Convention Center)
Chair:
Maria Teresa Velez, PhD, Associate Dean, University of Arizona

Description: The panel will present a birdís-eye view of impostor syndrome; appreciative advising; persistent academic deficits; oppression, stratification and hyperconscious self-monitoring; self-representations and stereotypes; identity and self-understanding; and psychological colonization, among others; and in-depth explanations of stereotype threat, cultural and communication issues, and collectivism/interdependence versus individuality and individual achievement.



10:15 AM
Introductory Remarks
10:20 AM
TBD
Maria Teresa Velez, PhD , Associate Dean , University of Arizona
10:40 AM
TBD
Nolan Cabrera, PhD , Assistant Professor , University of Arizona
11:00 AM
TBD
Rebecca Covarrubias, PhD , Post-doctoral Fellow , University of Delaware
11:20 AM
TBD
Amanda Tachine, PhD in Progress , PhD Candidate , University of Arizona