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Supporting and Engaging Men of Color in the CSU - Shared screen with speaker view
Edith Passi-CSUSB (PDC)
44:51
Hello everyone, excited to be here!
Tim Monreal (he/him/his) - CSUB
45:47
Hello from Bakersfield!
Adrian Huerta (USC Pullias)
45:57
Hi! Thanks for being here
Teshia Roby
47:48
Hello from Cal Poly Pomona. Happy to be here.
Julie V (CSUS)
48:59
https://sites.google.com/usc.edu/supportingmenofcolorcsu/home?authuser=0
Ramar Henderson, Ph.D.
51:06
I am having trouble accessing the website
Monique
51:21
I don't see a link in the chat
Adrian Huerta (USC Pullias)
51:28
https://sites.google.com/usc.edu/supportingmenofcolorcsu/home?authuser=0
Rosalva Isidoro (USC Pullias Center)
51:29
https://sites.google.com/usc.edu/supportingmenofcolorcsu/activities/activity-1-quiz/question-1?authuser=0
Amy Sueyoshi
52:17
do we just guess if we don't know.
Adrian Huerta (USC Pullias)
52:36
Yes, please
Maria Romero Morales(USC Pullias)
52:42
If you don’t know - take your best guess :-)
Amy Sueyoshi
52:58
Thanks Maria!
Candi Marsh
53:45
Will this recording be sent to participants?
Maritza Salazar (USC)
54:11
If anyone requires support throughout the webinar, please fill out this google form : https://forms.gle/RzVKidkhE8PXf4gD6. You may also access this form on our microsite under the tab titled “Request for Support”
Amy Sueyoshi
54:14
So what is the total number for aspirational men?
Kyrie Sanchinelli-Salazar(USC Pullias)
54:19
Yes the recording will be sent out to participants
Jenny Banh
54:32
Good point Dr. Huerta
William Hardaway Fresno State
54:52
WE contribute is right.
CSUDH,Dang Chonwerawong
57:15
Hmong population--good read--Up Against Whiteness by Stacey J. Lee
Amy Sueyoshi
57:39
CSU campuses have around a 54% 6 year graduation rate.
Amy Sueyoshi
57:51
For all students.
Edgar Lopez (USC Pullias)
59:19
To give a breakdown (Bachelor’s degree or higher in CA), 158,000 Black male students (21.9%); 914,000 Asian male students (51.9%); 447,000 Hispanic male students (10.8%).
Camille O'Bryant-SLO (she/hers)
01:00:25
data retrieval in the CSU is a mystery to many of us in the CSU too
Alexandro Gradilla CSUF ChicanxStudies
01:00:45
Sadly
Jenny Banh
01:00:51
9% drop out of African Americans & Asian at Fresno State .
Alexandro Gradilla CSUF ChicanxStudies
01:01:08
We have to escape the desire for marketing info and SPIN
Jose Alamillo (CSUCI Chicana/o Studies)
01:01:24
yes Jenny B. especially with the CO's problematic use of URM category
Amy Sueyoshi
01:01:27
At SFSU we have a pretty good IR (Institutional Research) division that posts their data on the website. They also take requests.
Jenny Banh
01:01:33
We have to have access to individual Tableau to each CSU to get the Numbers of graduation persistence. Usually the Dean has access.
Ryan Mason, CSUN Black Male Scholars
01:01:38
Especially raw data points that allow us to really disaggregate and dive in
Tyree Vance (Cal Poly Pomona)
01:01:58
Wow!
Tyree Vance (Cal Poly Pomona)
01:02:14
That is much lower than what I thought
Jenny Banh
01:02:26
Chancellor of CSU should have the numbers
Dr. Vincent Harris (CSUF_he, him, his, brother)
01:02:28
^^
Alexandro Gradilla CSUF ChicanxStudies
01:02:43
**should**
Michele de Coteau CSUEB (she, her)
01:02:43
so this last number is for all men?
Adam Petersen, CSUSM (he/him)
01:02:45
i find it's a little easier to read through this than the Student Success Dashboards: http://asd.calstate.edu/dashboard/graduation-success.html
Maureen Scharberg--CSUEB--she/hers
01:02:58
Honestly, it depends on CSU campus with respect to raw data points…there is also the CSU Dashboard…
Julie Nguyen (USC Pullias)
01:03:04
Yes, this last number is for ALL men, so it would be lower for men of color @Michele
Rogelio Contreras (Cal Poly Pomona)
01:03:10
We definitely need disaggregate data for all sub groups including SWANA (South West Asian & North African) and APIDA (Asian Pacific Islander & Desi American) students
Michele de Coteau CSUEB (she, her)
01:03:16
:(
Arianna Thobaben, HSU
01:05:37
I have also heard that there are not as many financial aid packages and scholarships available for men also. Many more available for women.
Ryan Mason, CSUN Black Male Scholars
01:06:10
I agree it requires a multi level collaborative approach
Alexandro Gradilla CSUF ChicanxStudies
01:06:32
Academic and racial profiling on campus
Fernando Villalpando, CSUSB
01:06:54
^^
Dr. Antonio Martinez CSUEB
01:07:09
When we think about Men of Color Programs, we think about individuals who will have an impact on the students. We need to think beyond that and think about those same individuals holding/facilitating trainings for staff and faculty who will also be supporting/working with these same young men. It needs to be engrained within the system and not just isolated spaces.
Maritza Salazar (USC)
01:07:20
Here is the link to access the padlet if you are not able to access through the microsite: https://padlet.com/maritzes/743tyjw1ljdh5vfh
Oscar Fonseca
01:07:39
I could not agree more with the comment about financial aid and scholarships. The young men I have worked with are sometimes require to work and provide financially to their families. These challenges are also cultural.
Isaac McCrimon
01:11:29
yes
Jenny Banh
01:11:38
Plus Families and cultural responsibilities . So many of my Hmong female and male student have many children and family support obligations
Keith Story
01:15:13
It seems that there many things identified that are external to male students that impact probability for success (graduation). What data do we have about internal things that pose challenges for men of color in the CSU system?
Tanya Piloyan - CSULB, College of Natural Sciences and Math
01:15:47
That is amazing Devon! Love the Men
Maritza Salazar (USC)
01:15:49
Here is the link to the microsite: https://sites.google.com/usc.edu/supportingmenofcolorcsu/home?authuser=0
Tanya Piloyan - CSULB, College of Natural Sciences and Math
01:15:53
Men’s circle***
Oscar Fonseca
01:16:07
When recommending mentoring programs, the programs need to be developed so that the students get connected to mentors that they can relate. Sometimes there is this idea that anyone can be a mentor, but students get excited when they connect with a mentor that are relatable in the way students like to connect.
Gilbert Cadena (CPP)
01:16:24
As a faculty member, I am so disgusted at the role the CSU Chancellor & CSU Presidents are currently playing in their anti-Ethnic Studies efforts to undermine Ethnic Studies (which will impact faculty of color)….
Miguel Martinez CSUF
01:16:32
Same with us, CSUF Men of Color in Education
Nick Bilich - he, him (CPSLO)
01:16:34
Devon, I feel you! Lot’s competing for men of color’s attention
Cal Poly SLO Jane Lehr (she/hers)
01:16:47
+8000 @Gilbert
Jose Alamillo (CSUCI Chicana/o Studies)
01:18:35
I agree with Gilbert C. Their anti-ES stance is hurting men of color
Miguel Martinez CSUF
01:18:39
Many of the man will work with are having issues with Unemployment which has limits on their own family contribution
Alexandro Gradilla CSUF ChicanxStudies
01:20:15
Many of the Chicanx/Latinx men are alienated from the student affairs programming. As scholars have noted we need more “personalismo” with the men. Humanizing them.
Dr. Antonio Martinez CSUEB
01:21:48
Agree strongly about the need to humanize the interactions staff/faculty are having with our young men of color. More often than not things are very transactional and there is little to no opportunity for these young men to feel connected or cared about.
Alexandro Gradilla CSUF ChicanxStudies
01:22:16
Transactional = systemic failure
Noe Mora
01:22:21
Taking on long term debt for something that doesnt guarantee job placement is also an issue Ive heard even our first year students referencing when they think about going to a community college instead
Renée Martínez
01:22:29
I keep thinking about the community "capital" and reframing those so that success is grounded in that - the university seems it needs to embrace that, to facilitate asset-based (truly) approach
Hector Carrillo Jr (CSUN)
01:22:31
Even a stronger disconnect with virtual learning
Dr. Antonio Martinez CSUEB
01:24:00
Agree Hector and we can than go even deeper in how our young men have been impacted by cultural/societal expectations to be “strong,” which contributes to them not asking for help or support.
Alexandro Gradilla CSUF ChicanxStudies
01:25:11
@Antonio 100%
Cal Poly SLO Jane Lehr (she/hers)
01:25:21
^^
Fernando Villalpando, CSUSB
01:25:28
^^^^
Hector Carrillo Jr (CSUN)
01:25:29
Absolutely 100
Miguel Martinez CSUF
01:25:47
Truth!!!!!!!!!
Ramar Henderson, Ph.D. Fresno State
01:26:01
Sounds like Cultural Taxation.
Chris Perez (Compton College)
01:27:06
I think we have to promote strength in asking for support.
Chris Perez (Compton College)
01:27:48
Which supports brotherhood.
Catherine Ward, CSUF (she, her)
01:28:16
Yes, reframing asking for help as a strength and acknowledge all the strengths, assets, and community cultural wealth they bring to their education
Dr. Antonio Martinez CSUEB
01:28:31
Agree Chris. I think we can do this by holding spaces for our young men where we redefine what strength can look like, sound like and feel like. It is also important that this is done consistently to help our young men internalize this new perspective, while encouraging them to share with others.
Jose Alamillo (CSUCI Chicana/o Studies)
01:28:42
Deep conversations on "masculinity" need to be addressed in these men of color programs.
Fernando Villalpando, CSUSB
01:28:52
Add to that cultural taxation, immigration status to many of our students.
Dr. Antonio Martinez CSUEB
01:28:58
Yes Jose, “Masculinity and Toxic Masculinity.”
Alexandro Gradilla CSUF ChicanxStudies
01:29:11
@Jose exactly that doesn’t start from cultural pathology or use deficit thinking
Alexandro Gradilla CSUF ChicanxStudies
01:30:02
Success = investing in authentic relationship building = TRUST earned
Chris Perez (Compton College)
01:30:14
Dr. Martinez, I wish I had a mic for you to drop.
Alexandro Gradilla CSUF ChicanxStudies
01:30:24
🎤
Ramar Henderson, Ph.D. Fresno State
01:30:37
Rules without relationship does not work. How do we form relationships with these young men?
Alexandro Gradilla CSUF ChicanxStudies
01:30:53
Ritual and routine
Amber Esquivel - Fresno State
01:30:57
Early outreach
Alexandro Gradilla CSUF ChicanxStudies
01:31:02
Learn their names
manmit (any pronouns) CP SLO
01:31:03
makes me think about the need for all conversations to be placed within the frameworks of cisheteropatriarchy and how these systems then create and push specific narratives such as being “strong”
Ramar Henderson, Ph.D. Fresno State
01:31:18
Having culturally competent folks is a major key.
Dr. Antonio Martinez CSUEB
01:31:24
YES ALEX. I loved those points. When we build relationship and earn trust then and only then can we truly create systems of accountability to ensure our young men are succeeding. I appreciate you Chris.
Chris Perez (Compton College)
01:31:31
We’re stronger, together.
Alexandro Gradilla CSUF ChicanxStudies
01:31:36
@Ramar yes
Fernando Villalpando, CSUSB
01:31:56
^^^^^
Chris Perez (Compton College)
01:32:31
I think the universal language for men is respect. if we feel it, we give it.
Hector Carrillo Jr (CSUN)
01:32:34
Truly and genuinely invest in them as indviduals ... yes Ramar, culturally competent is key
Danny Juarez (CSU Fullerton)
01:32:58
Funding is a big piece of the issue. It often feels like institutions want to provide equity for MOC as "cheaply" as possible. This is why we see MOC programs, with little funding. Forcing faculty and staff to rely on "sense of community" alone in order to boost graduation rate. It also asks students to rely on certain cultural wealth, like persistence, as a means to overcome challenges in higher ed. It is an exploitation of our students of color and MOC to force them to rely on their sense persistence to overcome systemic challenges, and institutions no putting any money into supporting them. We exploit their cultural community wealth for grad rates, and not in the growth of our MOC - which is expensive... but institution contemplates the cost. sadly..
Maria Orozco, EOP Counselor (CSUEB)
01:33:16
Yes- Investing in these programs is crucial. Also- investing early (middle/high school)
Dr. Antonio Martinez CSUEB
01:33:43
Agree Danny. They try and have 3 staff members support 1,000s of students. In what world does that ratio make any sense? They need to put their money where their mouth is.
Alexandro Gradilla CSUF ChicanxStudies
01:33:48
@Danny yes. Campus engage in wage and spirit theft as norm
Ramar Henderson, Ph.D. Fresno State
01:33:51
What about explicit discourse on the impact of racism
Roshawn Campbell (CSUEB)
01:34:40
Identifying.... "REAL models".... firsthand cultural experiences beyond the data contribute greatly to support
Renée Martínez
01:34:47
Soft money = no true institutional support or commitment. Not a line item, then they aren't committed as an institution.
Oscar Fonseca
01:34:51
These challenges happen because each CSU university has their own definition what an MOC initiative should look like.
Lynn Tashiro Sac State (she her hers)
01:34:55
Interesting the variety and variance of these programs. I’m just entering the space of this work and am wondering what are the underlying frameworks and theories that guide the design, delivery, and assessment of these programs.
Chris Perez (Compton College)
01:36:21
@Danny, I agree. It’s difficult to function when you don’t have secured funds. I’d love to use community organizations to support this work. They have programs like this outside the institution that we should be connecting with. The community also has best practices we could learn.
Jose Alamillo (CSUCI Chicana/o Studies)
01:36:31
yes @Ramar. we need to challenge campus police racial profiling of MOC
Maria Orozco, EOP Counselor (CSUEB)
01:37:03
These barriers start early on. The bulk of the work with mentorship, representation, etc.. needs to be acknowledged way before these young men get to an institution of higher ed.
Dr. Antonio Martinez CSUEB
01:37:07
I think something that doesn’t happen as much/consistently at the college level is Family Engagement. This is CRITICAL when we think about our young men of color who may be first generation college students and still live at home. It is important that their parents/care givers understand the time commitment their studies require. It is important that their parents are informed on the importance for our young men to have the time to join clubs, organizations and network. Of course every family will have their own unique situations, but it is important our young men have our support in helping their parents understand this journey they are on.
Ramar Henderson, Ph.D. Fresno State
01:37:37
That part 👆🏾@Jose
Dr. Antonio Martinez CSUEB
01:38:34
When our young men can get our support and have the support of their FAMILIES than their chances to succeed increase.
Ramar Henderson, Ph.D. Fresno State
01:39:29
It is vital that we view the men through a strength based lens and provide a critical critique of the systems that they exist in.
Alexandro Gradilla CSUF ChicanxStudies
01:39:31
Academic Affairs needs to invest AND not be afraid to partner with ES
Alejandro Covarrubias Cal Poly Pomona (He/Him/His)
01:40:05
@Lynn The Cal Poly Pomona program created a conceptual framework from the following theories along with campus data about men of color to guide our work. Culturally Engaging Campus Environments (Museus, 2014); StrengthsFinder Theory (Rath & Conchie, 2008) & Community Cultural Wealth (Yosso, 2007); Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs (Maslow, 1943; Critical Hope (Duncan-Andrade, 2009)
Chris Perez (Compton College)
01:40:36
Yosso!
Camille O'Bryant-SLO (she/hers)
01:40:38
10 minute break????
Dr. Vincent Harris (CSUF_he, him, his, brother)
01:40:59
One of the largest goals to achieve is to provide specific ethnic based needs per MOC group. Our MOC are not a monolith…Black men’s needs are very different than Latinx brothers, drastically different from our APIDA+ Brothers, significantly different from brother of 2 or more races, and drastically different from our queer brothers.
Jose Alamillo (CSUCI Chicana/o Studies)
01:41:19
Yes@Alex. Student Affairs also needs to partner with ES units to help MOC.
Tyree Vance (Cal Poly Pomona)
01:48:26
Dr. Harris!!
Jamie S. Patton (he,him,his)
01:49:49
Talk on it, Dr. Harris!
Alexandro Gradilla CSUF ChicanxStudies
01:49:49
👏
Alexandro Gradilla CSUF ChicanxStudies
01:49:56
🔥
John Rawlins III, CSUSM (he/him)
01:50:14
Speak on it, Bro. Dr. Harris!
Lynn Tashiro Sac State (she her hers)
01:50:16
Thank you all! Taking notes as fast as I can!
Alexandro Gradilla CSUF ChicanxStudies
01:50:32
📝
Chris Perez (Compton College)
01:50:35
Question: How does feminism (or feminist theory) have in research, data, and programming for success for men of color?
Chris Perez (Compton College)
01:50:56
feminism play in research
Alexandro Gradilla CSUF ChicanxStudies
01:51:07
Anzaldua and hooks speak to men’s issues
Ryan Mason, CSUN Black Male Scholars
01:52:00
success for the student working 40 hrs and getting a 3.5 as a Bio major is not the same as a student not working and just focusing on school. We have to be able to support the students where they are! and we have to be able to engage them separately.
Renée Martínez
01:52:25
yes complexity
Ryan Mason, CSUN Black Male Scholars
01:52:35
YES!
Isaac McCrimon
01:53:00
layers...many layers
Ramar Henderson, Ph.D. Fresno State
01:53:12
We need to validate the truths of our students
Alexandro Gradilla CSUF ChicanxStudies
01:54:40
We can’t act like the real world ends once they walk on campus. The off campus and knowing off campus realities is key.
Maria Orozco, EOP Counselor (CSUEB)
01:55:17
^^^
Hector Carrillo Jr (CSUN)
01:55:21
Yes Alexandro!!!
Terra Thorne (she/her) (EdInsights/CSU Network)
01:56:03
If you have not yet done so, please take a moment to rename yourself with your first and last name and your campus to help us place you in your respective groups!
Alexandro Gradilla CSUF ChicanxStudies
02:00:18
Dr. Huerta lectured in my class about his research on this topic. Learn about the K-12 experiences of men of color!!!
José Flores (He/Him/El) - CSUF
02:00:29
Institutions of higher education perpetuate and reinforce neoliberal & capitalist inequalities, which is why we see this "competitive culture" amongst our undergraduate men of color.
Alexandro Gradilla CSUF ChicanxStudies
02:00:39
^^^
Oscar Fonseca
02:00:42
In my experience, sometimes when I have asked about how I can educate myself about the proper language and definition of students that do not define themselves as male and female, I have experienced frustration and disconnections because, in some ways, I should know the meaning already. My recommendation is that many are ignorant about these definitions, and we need to be open to the conversation to be educated and have a learning curve.
Isaac McCrimon, MSI intern CSU Stanislaus
02:00:45
^^^
Alexandro Gradilla CSUF ChicanxStudies
02:02:11
We need better of MoC mental health support
Alexandro Gradilla CSUF ChicanxStudies
02:02:41
They get the run around or turned off by mental services culture
Dr. Vincent Harris (CSUF_he, him, his, brother)
02:03:02
Hopping off to join our monthly MIS-Fullerton Brotherhood Meeting happening now…. Thankful to be a part of this Zoom and to share the recording with my team, Very grateful to support this necessary work alongside my colleagues at CSUF and throughout the CSUs… Thank you USC for centering ALL of our Brothers. @MSIFullerton / @iamdrvth
Lynn Tashiro Sac State (she her hers)
02:03:32
@ Alexandro Gradilla - thank you for the article
Chris Perez (Compton College)
02:03:54
I have to head off as well. Thank you all for the great conversation and resources!
Adrian Huerta (USC Pullias)
02:04:08
Adrian Huerta website: https://rossier.usc.edu/faculty-and-research/directories/a-z/profile/?id=235
Ioakim Boutakidis CSUF
02:04:48
Take care Vincent.. We will definitely all be coming together again post conference
Terra Thorne (she/her) (EdInsights/CSU Network)
02:05:02
Here is the microsite again: https://sites.google.com/usc.edu/supportingmenofcolorcsu/activities?authuser=0
Ramar Henderson, Ph.D. Fresno State
02:05:10
We are missing explicit discourse on the impact of racism.
Lynn Tashiro Sac State (she her hers)
02:06:51
Thank you all so much - very informative and inspiring work. I have to go to class now. Looking forward to next time.
Julie V (CSUS)
02:08:20
If you were not assigned to a breakout room - please let us know
Cal Poly SLO Jane Lehr (she/hers)
02:08:26
I was not assigned
Cal Poly SLO Jane Lehr (she/hers)
02:08:29
Cal Poly SLO
Sarah Macdonald CalPoly SLO (she/her/hers)
02:08:30
I was not assigned
Matt Englar-Carlson (he/him/his) CSUF
02:08:33
Not in a group
manmit (any pronouns) CP SLO
02:08:35
me either
Sarah Macdonald CalPoly SLO (she/her/hers)
02:08:36
Also Cal Poly SLO
Oluwatosin Williams
02:08:43
I was not assigned
Devon Hernandez (he/him) - Humboldt State University
02:08:47
Nothing has come up on my end, still in main room - Devon from HSU
Victoria Fowler CSUDH
02:08:48
CSUDH
Janelle Viray (CSUDH)
02:08:50
Hello, I was not assigned - I see some CSUDH staff also not assigned
Jenn Manqueros, CSUDH
02:08:59
I was not assigned CSUDH
Jenn Manqueros, CSUDH
02:09:13
Thanks Janelle :)
Rogelio Contreras (Cal Poly Pomona)
02:09:15
No worries. You all are doing great.
Janelle Viray (CSUDH)
02:09:27
I see my colleagues! haha
John Rawlins III, CSUSM (he/him)
02:09:31
I was not assigned - CSUSM. Thanks so much!
Michael Eynon (Sonoma State)
02:09:36
I have not been assigned (Sonoma State/SSU)
Dr. Jesse Neimeyer (CSUSB Palm Desert Campus)
02:09:51
I am not assigned (CSUSB)
Ramar Henderson, Ph.D. Fresno State
02:09:52
I have not been assigned - Fresno State
Makonnen Tendaji, (He/Him/His) CSUDH
02:10:27
I have not been assigned - CSUDH
Tim Kalliomaa
02:13:10
I am from: CSU Long Beach
Josie Alexander
02:13:31
I'm from Cal Maritime and have not been assigned
Maria Romero Morales(USC Pullias)
02:13:44
Our host is working on trying to get everyone in their room individually - thank you for your patience!
Dahlia Gonzalez
02:15:13
please post the mini site link again
Julie Nguyen (USC Pullias)
02:15:28
https://sites.google.com/usc.edu/supportingmenofcolorcsu/home?authuser=0
Haille Thomas (USC Pullias)
02:15:28
https://sites.google.com/usc.edu/supportingmenofcolorcsu/activities/activity-4-creating-an-ecosystem-of-support?authuser=0
Dahlia Gonzalez
02:15:37
TY!
Adrian Huerta (USC Pullias)
02:25:48
***If possible**** For those who were designated the reporter role, please summarize 1-2 sentences on the overall conversation and place them on the chat box.
Julián Jefferies CSU Fullerton
02:26:09
At CSUF we have a few initiatives going on…. It would be good to continue the conversation in order to get on the same page, and maybe collaborate to get funding to continue and strengthen these initiatives
Cal Poly SLO Jane Lehr (she/hers)
02:26:30
I would say our takeaway for this group - CP Pomona, CP SLO, CSUMB, CSU Fullerton, Fresno State, San Francisco State - is that each campus is really different and we were just beginning to unpack.
Camille O'Bryant-SLO (she/hers)
02:26:54
one good question that came up (albeit briefly) was how to incentivize or motivate men of color to join/connect with various programs designed to support their overall success, increase sense of belonging, etc.
Adam Petersen, CSUSM (he/him)
02:27:37
CSUSM: we have some smaller (and newer) programming happening for men in our Student Life Centers (Latin@ Center, Black Student Center, Gender Equity Center) but definitely nothing at the institutional level, and nothing substantive in Academic Affairs or directly with faculty
King Xiong (he, him, his) | CSU Maritime
02:28:29
CSU Maritime: Cal Maritime currently has some mechanisms in place to support Men of Color on campus, such as the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) that supports first-generation & low-income students, the Louise Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP) program that focuses on support for underrepresented students in STEM, and a Common Read Program led by faculty members that highlights diversity, equity, and inclusion topics. While there are existing tools to support men of color, underlying gaps on the campus include data to support a culture of inclusivity for men of color.
Vince Flowers (CSUDH)
02:28:34
CSUDH: Recruitment (Outreach) & Retention (Cultural Centers, Advising Centers, Student Organizations, Cultural Majors)
Janelle Viray (CSUDH)
02:28:42
At CSUDH, we were able to list programs, academic departments, fellowship opportunities, that address issues that directly impact MOC. However, one of the discussion points we had was an overreliance on MOC programs rather than an assessment of the campus as a whole. We often have data on MOC that participate in MOC programs but little data on those that never joined. Also, success does not stop on campus, we also need to find data on where our MOC are working after graduation or their post-graduation plans
Adrian Huerta (USC Pullias)
02:29:45
@King Xiong, it would be important to know how many men of color engage and participate in those efforts.
Adrian Huerta (USC Pullias)
02:30:44
Often, campus-based programs may not specifically center the needs of men of color or programming that affirm gender, race, and socioeconomic status.
Michael Eynon (Sonoma State)
02:30:45
From SSU, we have out CAASE program which has a wide ranges of services for students of color as well as 1st gen, low incomplete students (EOP, TRIO, Foster Youth Services, DREAM Center, PUERTA (Latinx support for students wanting to teach), and Disability Services. We also have a very new MoC group and Native persons group both fairly new within the last semester/year run by advising staff in the EOP program. We also have our HUB cultural program that has a variety of programming including a discussion group called "It's a Guy Thing".
Michele Miyamoto, HSU
02:31:23
another lens to think about is the platform for participation....text chats, video chats,
Adrian Huerta (USC Pullias)
02:31:49
Yes, and what incentives for them to participate and engage for more than one month.
Isaac McCrimon, MSI intern CSU Stanislaus
02:32:53
^
Julie Nguyen (USC Pullias)
02:33:27
https://sites.google.com/usc.edu/supportingmenofcolorcsu/activities/homework?authuser=0
Roshawn Campbell (CSUEB)
02:33:40
CSUEB interactions with MOC: Student Equity & Success Programs (SEAS) and Department services/Service centers offer support. Tools: various departments, alumni, workshops, mentorship. Gaps: leadership, space, cultural competency, trainings.
Tyree Vance (Cal Poly Pomona)
02:33:45
Reporting out for the Cal Poly Pomona group: Student-level interactions are Project SUCCESS (serving 1st time freshmen) & The LEAGUE (broader male dev program). Direct LeadershipCoordinator, Project SUCCESSSr. Coordinator, The LEAGUEExec. Director of Student Inclusion and BelongingMentors in Project SUCCESSAssistant Director, Student Conduct & IntegrityEmployment CoordinatorJob Location DeveloperDirector of Residence LifeLeadership Development CoordinatorDirector, Student Conduct & IntegrityAssociate Director of OperationsAcademic AdvisorCoordinator, African American Student CenterThe LEAGUE Working Group is comprised of members of the CPP community from EOP to coordinators from various Cultural Centers on campus.
Julie Nguyen (USC Pullias)
02:34:18
https://sites.google.com/usc.edu/supportingmenofcolorcsu/activities/homework?authuser=0
Jose Alamillo (CSUCI Chicana/o Studies)
02:34:22
CSUCI report: we had high level of student level interactions (EOP men's group, Men of Color class, Men of Color Mentoring program, Latino male weekend retreat @ Santa Rosa Island, etc..) but fewer institutional level interactions. We identified the following practices :mentoring, teaching, panel discussions, luncheons, informal chats and mixers. We identified the following gaps: financial aid, intentional outreach, lack permanent funding, critical mass, and institutional imperative at Presidential level.
Tyree Vance (Cal Poly Pomona)
02:34:30
Cal Poly Pomona student-faculty interactions: Some negative interactions between men of color and facultyHave some specialized faculty with knowledge of working with men of colorLack of representation among men of color faculty
Adrian Huerta (USC Pullias)
02:34:55
https://sites.google.com/usc.edu/supportingmenofcolorcsu/activities/homework?authuser=0
Adrian Huerta (USC Pullias)
02:35:03
HOMEWORK: https://sites.google.com/usc.edu/supportingmenofcolorcsu/activities/homework?authuser=0
Adam C. Adams SDSU (He/Him/His)
02:35:09
SDSU: We discuss how we have various student-level interactions in our various areas and departments which ranged from 1-on-1 interactions to events hosted by our identity centers. This helped informed how we identify the tools that we use (Surveys, drop-in hours, 1:1 interactions). We recognize the barriers when it comes to the knowledge for student-faculty interactions noting that it is more so on an individual basis (depending on the faculty member). We also acknowledged a lack of cultural understanding from faculty when it comes to our men of color students. Also, that there is a lack of representation among our faculty. When identifying gaps one of our biggest challenges access and replicating programs.
Maritza Salazar (USC)
02:36:07
Here is the link to the ‘Request for Support’ if you cannot access through microsite: https://forms.gle/t5uHqDfpkabRgoJ38
Michele Miyamoto, HSU
02:36:29
the form says "you need permission"
Mario Banuelos (he, him, el) - Fresno State
02:36:32
Thank you so much
Don Maier, CSU Maritime
02:36:33
Greatly appreciate all of your time, effort, and energy to put the workshop together. Well done and thanks!
Estevan Parra (He/His) Fresno State
02:36:41
THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!
Leon P. Strayer
02:36:52
Thank you all
Danny Juarez (CSU Fullerton)
02:37:00
Gracias!
Tanya Piloyan - CSULB, College of Natural Sciences and Math
02:37:02
Thank you!!!!
Jose Alamillo (CSUCI Chicana/o Studies)
02:37:04
Thank you for a great webinar!
John Rawlins III, CSUSM (he/him)
02:37:11
Thank you all so much!
Leo Sun (CSUCI)
02:37:12
Thank you
Gilbert Cadena (CPP, Cal Poly Pomona
02:37:12
Thank you, all!
Kathryn (KP) Palmieri (She/they) East Bay
02:37:13
Yes! Keep up the great work, all!
Nick Bilich - he, him (CPSLO)
02:37:14
Thanks y’all for this workshop, really helpful and looking forward to the next one!
Michele de Coteau CSUEB (she, her)
02:37:14
Thank you.
Raven Yoshitomi, CSULB
02:37:14
Thank you all for sharing your expertise!
Ramar Henderson, Ph.D. Fresno State
02:37:15
Appreciate the wisdom.
SOAR TRIO
02:37:15
thank you all!
Daniel Levitch CSUN Career Center
02:37:17
Thank you for this incredibly informative discussion
Teshia Roby, PhD (CPP)
02:37:18
Thank you, everyone!
Sean Walker (Fullerton/NSM - He, Him, His)
02:37:19
Thank you so much!!!!!! This was excellent
Cobey Davis, (CSUMB), He/Him/His
02:37:20
Thank you all
Maritza Salazar (USC)
02:37:20
Link should be updated!
Demetri Kelley (CSU Fullerton)
02:37:21
Thank you all, have a blessed day!
Donna San Miguel (CSUSM)
02:37:23
Thank you for doing this crucial work! It gives us a great start for all of us to work together and move this initiative forward.
Michele Miyamoto, HSU
02:37:26
Thank you for this conversation, structure and plan!
HSU/Lorraine C.
02:37:28
Thank you!
Hector Carrillo Jr (CSUN)
02:37:28
Thank you! Such a meaningful conversation today! I am motivated!
Kevin Mandernack, CSU Maritime
02:37:30
Thank you all!
Tracey Johnson CSUCI (she/her)
02:37:31
This was great, thank you.
Catherine Ward, CSUF (she, her)
02:37:31
Thank you for facilitating this opportunity!
Alexandro Gradilla CSUF ChicanxStudies
02:37:31
Thank you all
Carolina Meza, CSUSB
02:37:32
Thank you everyone!!
Brian Lovato (CSUF) (He/Him)
02:37:35
Thank you for leading this and for everyone else that attended thanks as well!
Alexandro Gradilla CSUF ChicanxStudies
02:37:37
I can stay!
Linda Beebe (CSUEB)
02:37:38
Thank you very interesting
Paige Hernandez (she/her) - SDSU
02:37:40
Thank you so much!
Josie Alexander (CSU Maritime)
02:37:41
Thank you for this seminar. Lots a great information and good start of thinking about supporting men of color on our small campus.
Gilbert Cadena (CPP, Cal Poly Pomona
02:37:47
Thank you for the data!
Naji Shtayyeh (CSUF)
02:37:48
Thank you for putting this together!
Ioakim Boutakidis CSUF
02:37:58
Thank you Adrian and team...thanks to CSU Student Success Network And thanks to all CSU folks here for coming together.
Tyree Vance (Cal Poly Pomona)
02:38:16
This was a great opportunity for us to connect and learn ways to deepen our work. Thank you so much to our facilitators and participants.
Hend Gilli-Elewy
02:38:20
Thank you all!
Fernando Villalpando, CSUSB
02:45:36
Thank you all… great information and great to connect with others, and hear from many through the chat.
Roshawn Campbell (CSUEB)
02:47:52
Thank you all! Hopping off for an advising appointment. Happy Holidays!
Ryan Mason, CSUN Black Male Scholars
02:47:53
Tis the season!
Jude Paul Dizon (USC Pullias)
02:49:02
Please see this guide for higher education leaders on issues of campus policing
Jude Paul Dizon (USC Pullias)
02:49:02
https://pullias.usc.edu/download/campus-policing-report/
Adrian Huerta (USC Pullias)
02:50:48
Campus Policing: https://sites.google.com/usc.edu/supportingmenofcolorcsu/activities/homework?authuser=0
Raven Yoshitomi, CSULB
02:57:17
Totally agreed that access to data is one of our most urgent needs for identifying and addressing gaps!
Adrian Huerta (USC Pullias)
02:58:57
Campus level data (i.e., student demographics, course data completion and attrition rates, course grades, academic probation, etc.) needed to support specific programming
Diane Petersen CSUEB
02:58:57
Yessss Alexandro Gradilla!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Terra Thorne (she/her) (EdInsights/CSU Network)
02:59:02
Thank you!!!
Diane Petersen CSUEB
03:02:01
Thank you everyone!
Donna San Miguel (CSUSM)
03:02:26
HR Policies, development, promotion, mentoring, sponsorship
Maria Orozco, EOP Counselor (CSUEB)
03:03:49
Thank you for hosting this webinar! Leaving here with a lot to think about & much work to do. Take care!
Catherine Ward, CSUF (she, her)
03:03:50
Thank you!
Andrea Venezia (she/her, EdInsights/Sac State)
03:03:59
Thank you, everyone!
Ramar Henderson, Ph.D. Fresno State
03:04:01
Appreciate everyone!! Keep the Faith!!
Daniel Levitch CSUN Career Center
03:04:10
Very proud to be a part of this group today