Quest 2006: Conference Schedule
8:30 9:00 a.m.
Registration and Continental Breakfast. Skylight Lobby, Student Union
9:00 9:15 a.m.
Welcome by President Kim Goldenberg. Apollo Room, Student Union
9:15 10:45 a.m.
Introduction of Keynote Speaker Greg Smith and Film, On a Roll: Family, Disability and
the American Dream. Apollo Room, Student Union.
11:00 11:45 a.m.
"Student Civic Engagement, Democratic Practice, and Multicultural Education: Making
the Connections," Nicholas Longo
"Strengthening Community Based Organizations Through Civic Engagement," Sean
"Minority Communities and Medical Readiness: The ‘NEHC’ Model," Mark
"From Invisible to Visible in the Miami Valley Area: Civic Engagement with the Latino
Community," Lilly Calderon-Cavenaugh
"The Disparities Among First Time Juvenile Offenders Within Montgomery County Court’s
Victim/Offender Mediation Science Program" and "It Takes Teamwork," Victoria
Lozan, Collette Harrison
"Beyond Facebook: The African American Odyssey from Slavery to 2006" and "Where’s
the White Student Union, the Men’s Center, and the Able-Bodied Parking?" John
Rodgers III, Catherine Queener
"Facilitating Dialogue Between Diverse Communities" and "Discussions About Diversity on
a College Campus," Nikia Harmon, Erin O’Brien
11:45 a.m. 4:15 p.m.
Community agencies information tables. Skylight Lobby, Student Union
12:15 1:30 p.m.
Luncheon presentation: "Civic Engagement Through the Eyes of a Child: Dayton’s Connection to
the World," Alicia Pagan, Ga-Li and Two Trees, Inc.
Presentation of Annual Quest for Community Award. Apollo Room, Student Union
1:45 3:15 p.m.
"Increasing Access to Community for Persons with Disabilities through Person-First Language
and Respect;" "Serving Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students;" "Steps Towards Making a Better
WEB World: Usability Accessibility and the History 730 Class;" "Rights and Responsibilities
of Service Animals," Mary Ellen Bargerhuff, Robert Basil, Vishwam Annan,
Alison Aldrich, Carole Butcher
"Civic Engagement: A Tool for Advancing Diversity Goals," Cathy Sayer
"Teaching and Training Students to Integrate Multiple Identities and Multiple Voices;"
"Teaching for Inclusion: Cultivating Students for Civic Engagement for the 21st Century;"
"The Community in the Classroom: Students’ Perspectives," James Dobbins,
Tracy Snipe, Sarah Jensen
"Minority Communities and Medical Readiness: The ‘NEHC’ Model;" "Civic Engagement:
The Underground Railroad;" "Sustainable Community Partnership: Lakota Rose Standing Rock
Reservation and UD;" "Hunger in America: What We Learned from our Service Learning Project;"
"Community and Katrina Relief," Mark Gebhart, Ronald Helms, Paul Schweickart,
Amanda Davidson, Nichole Davis
1:45 2:30 p.m.
"WSU’s Rainbow Alliance: LGBTQA Students and Diversity in the Classroom" and "WSU’s Beta
Beta Student Group: Transgender Students and Diversity in the Classroom," Corey
"Working Together to Eliminate Institutional Racism" and "White Culture: Making the
Invisible Visible," Collette Harrison, Jacqueline Armstrong
"Creating the Civically Engaged Student: The Honors Institute;" "Changing Mindset: Striving
for Educational Excellence;" "Preparing Culturally Effective Teachers for a Pluralistic
Society," Susan Carafiello, Miguel Martinez-Saenz, Winston Vaughn
"Is the World a Ghetto? The Call to Action to Help 100 Million of the World’s Poorest Families
Live Above $1 a Day," Iris Harvey
2:45 3:30 p.m.
"Expanding Community Partnerships: A Strategic Approach to Creating a Welcoming Environment
When Recruiting and Retaining Diverse Faculty and Staff," Hazel Rountree
"Access to Care and Diversity in the Academic Environment of a Dermatology Residency: A Survey
of Clinical Participation in Medicaid Among Dermatologists in Dayton, Ohio" and "Medicare
Part D: Take Two Pills and Panic in the Morning," Mary Jo Kerns, Sarah
"Partnering for Programs of Joint Academic Interest and Social Importance" and "A
Tale of Three Religions: Pluralism or Conflict," Kenneth Clark, Mohammed
|President Kim Goldenbery, keynote Greg Smith, filmmaker Joanne Caputo, 2006 Quest Chair Jeff Vernooy, guest speaker Raymond Two Crows Wallen, and guest speaker Alicia Pagán all helped make this Quest conference a success.