A - Building Resiliency in Our Students – A Love Language for our Marginalized Oppressed Students

9:30 - 10:20 AM

Zoom room: https://sinclair.zoom.us/j/84997365886?pwd=TGNPd1NYUFg1M2dmZzBMNDJSMDRUdz09

Research shows building resiliency in marginalized student populations, populations such as BIPOC, LGBTQ+, and first-generation college student, more likely leads to the students’ success in college. Resiliency growth in a student begins with finding loving relationships among college professionals. To practice love with students, college professionals need to follow these guiding principles to build resiliency among students: maintain diversity, manage connectivity, encourage learning and expand participation, and welcome self-governance and feedback. Investing in one student’s resiliency skills will impact generations of students; creating a more equitable future college campus.

Expected outcomes/deliverables

  1. Understand how to apply the guiding principles to your work with your oppressed marginalized students
  2. Participants will develop a new vocabulary based in resiliency to better support students and their achievement.
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