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Heman Sweatt Symposium on Civil Rights 2012

Awareness to Action: Advancing Solutions for Men of Color in Higher Education

The Division of Diversity and Community Engagement is pleased to announce the schedule for The University of Texas at Austin’s 26th Annual Heman Sweatt Symposium on Civil Rights. This year’s topic is “Awareness to Action: Advancing Solutions for Men of Color in Higher Education.”

A 2010 report published by the College Board Advocacy and Policy Center has generated a growing focus on males underrepresented in institutions of higher education and the obstacles they encounter as they navigate the educational system in the United States. In response to the report, this year’s symposium will bring together scholars and practitioners from across the country to discuss the latest research, solutions and model programs for increasing the number of men of color successfully completing a degree in higher education. The report is located on the symposium Web site at www.utexas.edu/diversity/events/hemansweatt/.

Attached and below is the schedule of events. Please note that the opening event is next Wednesday, February 8 with panels and events scheduled from February through May and the culminating black tie reception on May 4th, 7 p.m., at the Alumni Center. Please visit the Web site for a complete listing of events, speakers, locations and parking information.

For events scheduled in John Hargis Hall – parking is available at 5 p.m. in Lot 118, adjacent to John Hargis Hall, and Lot 108, south of the Frank Erwin Center. For more information or if you need special assistance, please contact the Jennifer Wang at 475-6064, or by email: jenniferwang@austin.utexas.edu.

The symposium is sponsored by the Division of Diversity and Community Engagement with support from colleges, schools, organizations, and alumni networks across campus.

Schedule of Events

Wednesday, February 8 – Advancing Solutions for Men of Color in Higher Education and the Crisis Facing America, Reception – 5 p.m. Panel – 6 p.m., John Hargis Hall, 1823 Red River

Panelists:

  • Dr. Kevin Michael Foster, assistant professor, Department of Educational Administration, Center for African and African American Studies, and Department of African and African Diaspora Studies, The University of Texas at Austin
  • Dr. Mario Garza, executive director, Indigenous Cultures Institute
  • Mr. Neil Horikoshi, president/executive director, Asian and Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund
  • Mr. Michael Lofton, director, African American Men and Boys Harvest Foundation
  • Dr. Victor Sáenz, assistant professor, Department of Educational Administration, The University of Texas at Austin
  • Dr. Ronald Williams (moderator), vice president, The College Board

Wednesday, February 29 – Awareness to Action: The Asian American Male Experience, Reception – 5 p.m. Panel – 6 p.m., John Hargis Hall, 1823 Red River, co-hosted with the Asian Desi Pacific American Collective (APAC), a student agency of the Multicultural Engagement Center

Panelists:

  • Dr. Mitchell Chang, professor, Division of Higher Education and Organizational Change, UCLA
  • Dr. Eric Tang (moderator), assistant professor, Department of African and African Diaspora Studies, Center for African and African American Studies, The University of Texas at Austin
  • Dr. Robert T. Teranishi, associate professor, Department of Higher Education, New York University

Wednesday, March 21 – Awareness to Action: The African American Male Experience, Reception – 5 p.m. Panel – 6 p.m., John Hargis Hall, 1823 Red River

Dialogue:

  • Dr. James Moore III, associate provost, Office of Diversity and Inclusion; director, Todd Anthony Bell National Resource Center on the African American Male; professor, School of Physical Activity and Education Services, College of Education and Human Ecology, Ohio State University
  • Dr. Leonard Moore, associate vice president, Division of Diversity and Community Engagement; professor, Department of History, College of Liberal Arts, The University of Texas at Austin

Panelists:

  • Dr. Richard Reddick (moderator), assistant professor, Department of Educational Administration, Department of African and African Diaspora Studies, Center for African and African American Studies, The University of Texas at Austin
  • Mr. Todd Suddeth, program director, Bell National Resource Center, Ohio State University
  • Mr. Van Jobe, Community Development Program
  • Mr. Anthony Whitlock, Engineer, Houston
  • Mr. Richard Franklin, Youth Unlimited

Wednesday, April 11 - Awareness to Action: The Native American Male Experience, Reception – 5 p.m.; Panel – 6 p.m., Location to be announced; please visit the Web site

Panelists:

  • Dr. Lee Bitsoi, program director, Minority Action Plan, Department of Genetics, Harvard Medical School; education strategy consultant, Institute of Higher Education Policy
  • Dr. Amy Fann, assistant professor, College of Education, University of North Texas
  • Dr. Michael Fire, professor, Texas Woman’s University
  • Dr. Shannon Speed (moderator), assistant vice president, Division of Diversity and Community Engagement, associate professor, Department of Anthropology, College of Liberal Arts, The University of Texas at Austin

Friday, May 4 – The University of Texas at Austin Latino Male Symposium, 8 a.m. – 2 p.m., Etter-Harbin Alumni Center, 2110 San Jacinto Blvd., or more information about the Latino Male Symposium, email:
m.lopez@austin.utexas.edu. Registration is required, please visit http://latinomalesymposium.eventbrite.com/.

Friday, May 4 – The Heman Marion Sweatt Legacy Award Reception, 7 p.m., Etter-Harbin Alumni Center, 2110 San Jacinto Blvd., Registration is required, please visit the Web site for more information: http://www.utexas.edu/diversity/events/hemansweatt/

For questions or to request special assistance, please email ddce-comm at austin.utexas.edu or call 512.475.6064. Please visit the Web site, or call 512.475.6064 for updates on events and speakers.

Written by Mary Vo

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