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Thursday, January 10 • 9:35am - 10:35am
Educational Session #1: Changing the Way We Ask For and Use Student Demographic Information

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Do you know who is attending your event? Do you know who is coming into your office? Do you know who responded to your survey? Are they representative of the greater population you are trying to serve? Are you missing information that exists in Banner? Does our Banner information leave out part of the story about the population you serve? Are your surveys too long? Are you asking too many questions? Do you use all of the information you collect about your students? Why do you ask the questions you ask? Which questions should you be asking? How do you justify the private information that you ask? In this session, we will discuss the resources that exist to assist you in your work to understand the populations you serve (and don’t serve). Join us as we change the way we ask for and use student demographic information. You’ll walk away with a better understanding of why, how, and what to ask!


LuLu Géza Kelemen

Assistant Director, Diversity, Inclusion and Multicultural Education + LGBTQ Resources

Chelsie Khun

Graduate Professional Assistant, University Life Assessment

Elysia Lash

Associate Director, University Life Assessment

Thursday January 10, 2019 9:35am - 10:35am EST
Johnson Center, Room B

Attendees (8)