Scholarly Workshops &​ Presentations

Empowerment Through Reintegration: Understanding Trauma as it Relates to Nurturing
​Self-Motivation, Hope, and Relationship-Building in Returning Service Members​
Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities
​2013 System of Care Academy Veteran's Conference​ & Trainings
(Savannah, GA - October, 2013) (Savannah, GA - May 2012) (Augusta, GA - July 2012)

Understanding First-Generation Latino/a Students: How Partnering With Parents Contributes To Access & Success
Webinar with Innovative Educators
September 20, 2013

Empowerment Through Reintegration: Understanding Trauma as it Relates to Nurturing Self-Motivation, Hope, and Relationship-Building in Returning Service Members
American College Personnel Association (ACPA) Paper Session
Las Vegas, NV – March 4-8, 2013

College Predisposition Model for First-Generation College Students
American College Personnel Association (ACPA) Poster session
Las Vegas, NV – March 4-8, 2013

Increasing The Success Rate Of African American & Latino/a First-Generation College Students
First Year Experience Conference Paper Session
Orlando, FL - February 25, 12013

We Who Hold the Keys: How PreK-12 Leaders Create College-Going Environments that Nurture Strengths and Hope for the Future
Southern Regional Council of Educational Administrators (SRCEA) Conference
New Orleans, LA - September 6-9, 2012

Increasing The Success Rate Of African American & Latino/a First-Generation College Students
Webinar with Innovative Educators
September 13, 2012 (21 participating universities)

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How First Generation African American and Latino Students Make it to College
​Georgia Educational Research Association Conference
Savannah, GA - October 2011​

Success Strategies for Doctoral Students of Color
Mercer University College of Educational Leadership Saturday Seminars
Atlanta, GA - April 2011​​​​

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Success Strategies for Doctoral Students of Color (Pre-Conference Workshop)
National Association for Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) national conference
​​Chicago, IL - ​March 2010​
With Dr. Shaunna Payne-Gol​d & Dr. Carmen McCallum

Understanding the Strengths of First-Generation Students as a Strategy for Nurturing Success
NASPA National Conference
​Chicago, IL - March 2010

Family and Self-Determination in Latino First-Generation Students
NASPA National Conference
​Chicago, IL - March 2010

Success Strategies for Doctoral Students of Color
American College Personnel Association (ACPA) national conference
​Boston, MA - March 2010

Understanding the Strengths of First-Generation Students as a Strategy for Nurturing Success 
ACPA National Conference
​Boston, MA - March 2010

Impact of Family Support on Latino First-Generation Students
ACPA National Conference
​Boston, MA - March 2010

Understanding the Strengths of First-Generation Students as a Strategy for Nurturing Success
Multicultural Institute for the NASPA
​Houston, TX - December 2009

Understanding the Strengths of First-Generation Students as a Strategy for Nurturing Success 
Wisconsin College Personnel Association conference
​Wisconsin Dells, WI - October 2009

Factors that Motivate First-Generation Students to Pursue a College Education
​National Conference of Race and Ethnicity in Higher Education
​San Diego, CA - May 2009

Civil Rights Pilgrimage: A Hands-On Approach for Fostering Cross-Cultural Dialogue
ACPA National Conference
​Washington, DC - April 2009
With Ms. Carla Cadet & Mr. Dannie Moore

Factors that Motivate First-Generation Students to Pursue a College Education:
​Nurturing their Strengths for College Success

ACPA National Conference
​Washington, DC - April 2009

Factors that Motivate First-Generation Students to Pursue a College Education:
​Nurturing their Strengths for College Success

NASPA National Conference
​Seattle, WA - March 2009

First Generation Students: Succeeding in 10,000 Different Ways
ACPA National Conference
​Minneapolis, MN - April 2004
With Dr. Carol Lundberg

 

​​RESEARCH STUDIES IN HIGHER EDUCATION: EDUCATING MULTICULTURAL COLLEGE STUDENTS

Dr. Pamela Antoinette is the author of Chapter Two: ​Inspired to be the First: How African American First-Generation Students are Predisposed to Pursue Higher Education​​

​​Book Synopsis:

​​The chapter authors provide important recommendations for university administrators, faculty, and staff in supporting the academic, personal, and social adjustment of college life for African American, first-generation, undecided, and
​non-traditional college students.

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