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Transcript: Perhaps you have attended the non-credit seminar at Maui College which reveals some of my multicultural experiences. Samir of the Kahduri Bedouin Tribe in the, Sinai Desert, was my Aide, Bodyguard, and “Ambassador” to rival tribes. With us is Abraham Ka’au of Maui, Hawaii who helped me organize the Hawaiian community and health givers, in efforts to stem the obesity and longevity crisis. The People and Faces that Define Diversity In my role as Gerontologist, Long Term Care Services Executive, and Health Education Trainer, I hired over 7000 employees to staff and serve over 20,000 residents and patients. The client population and staff represented the ethnic, racial, religious, and demographic tableau that is New York City. The combined Strengths, Abilities, Cultures/Ethnicities, Experiences, Genders, Religions, and Talents that each one of us brings to Lane Community College (including concepts of equal opportunity and affirmative action-the cornerstones of a diversity plan). Diversity at Lane CC is not only about age, gender, disability, gender identity, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, and veteran status. It’s about socioeconomic status, family background, languages, academic preparedness, and learning styles. Inclusion is about creating a climate where we all feel valued and appreciated, where diverse groups are interacting internally and externally, in academic and administrative decisions. But “How do we do this?” Increase Faculty Diversity o Lacking ethnic diversity among faculty makes it difficult to present our students a quality of education. A mono-racial world is not one in which our students live. Increasing diversity of faculty does not decrease academic standards. o Diverse faculty with diverse teaching methods produces students who are more complex thinkers. o Faculty of color promotes students with diverse role models and promotes more effective mentoring to minority students. To be successful o Engage faculty in this discussion. o Provide faculty with current research on the benefits of diverse faculty. o Include faculty diversity in the strategic plan. o Include faculty diversity plans in request for additional faculty. o Reexamine faculty recruiting practices. o Check out practices at peer institutions. o Students must learn in an environment that empowers them to reach their full potential when aspiring to “Global Citizenship.” o Faculty must teach in an environment that supports their ability to participate in “Applied Research,” upgrades teaching skills, and be rewarded for effective instruction. o Staff must work in an environment that utilizes their skills and abilities, and allows them to develop new ones. o An inclusive environment is one that supports diverse faculty recruitment. Not all groups of students believe that they have equal access to information about : o Academic Programs, Support Services, or Mentoring. o Information flows create an inclusive environment. Welcoming orientations for new students.  Making resources more available for transfer, part time, evening, or weekend students, e.g. computer labs.  Supportive Student centered Activities o Establish Multicultural Day o Encourage reps of various religious and spiritual student organizations to hold regular panel discussions. o Promote peer to peer dialogues on issues like race, religion, sexual orientation. o Create physical spaces where groups or individuals can meet informally. o Recruit under represented students. o Establish donor fund for socio-economically disadvantaged students. o Convene focus groups to identify obstacles faced by 1st generation college students and recommend ways to remove those barriers.  WHAT ARE THE ALTERNATIVES? o Status quo? o Implosion of social democracy? o Third World penury? o Return to the Ottoman Empire? o 1984? o African Style Kleptocracy? o English Public School System? We all have to WIN in educational outcomes. We can’t afford even one LOSER. ON-LINE & MOOC STYLE Job Titles of The Future Educational Continuum Disease Control and Prevention National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Physical Therapy Assistant Nursing Programs Ping Ling Tios, Head of Singapore’s Visiting Nurse Services. Together we traipsed through the Black Plague in India, the plight of minority workers in Oman, and potential solutions to health issues of the Filipino migrants in Ubud, Indonesia. Lane Community College is already a leading educational institution in creating an EQUITABLE AND FAIR environment in Oregon's educational mileu. We can't rest until we eliminate all exclusion and discriminatory behavior. FULL SPEED AHEAD! DIVERSION AND INCLUSION @ LANE COMMUNITY COLLEGE We need help, we urge you to .... Areas of Service I am proud to call this esteemed audience my friends and colleagues. A warm welcome to: Jesse Cohen, President of South-Bronx Family Services, who was my co-Counselor and assisted in taking our Bronx House Summer Camp kids to the March on Washington.

Community Engagement Template

Transcript: GET INVOLVED Get Involved If you support your community, your community will support you. Take on an attitude of service. Community Engagement is a continual process, not just a one time event. PTO SISD Ambassador Secretary on the Auditorium BOD Coached Pee Wee Basketball SISD CTE Advisory Board The Woman's Forum Ways to Serve outside your Museum Ways to Serve Volunteer at the Kiwanis Pancake Supper Attend School Board Meetings Get Involved! ENGAGE YOUR COMMUNITY What Does Engaging Your Community Mean? More than Audience Development Making Real Connections Finding Out What is Important to Your Community Identify Attend local events. Notice which events are successful. Where do people spend most of their time? What conversations do you consistently hear? By getting involved in your community, you gain their trust. Once your community trusts you, they will tell you what they find important if you only take the time to listen. Plan a large community event. How to Identify What's Important How to tell the difference between a partner and a collaborator IDENTIFY POTENTIAL PARTNERS Partners Are committed and join resources to achieve a common goal Collaborators Work on one or even several projects but do not necessarily join resources nor commit to a relationship. Partners: Past, Present, & Possible Partners: Past, Present, & Possible Sweetwater I.S.D. Roscoe I.S.D. AVID - Sherrie Whittenburg Carson Music Studio Jeanne Brewer & Marilyn Kusse National WASP WWII Museum The Woman's Forum Chamber of Commerce 32nd Judicial District Community Supervision and Corrections Department Girl & Boy Scouts West Texas Childrens Advocacy (CAC) Blackwell & Highland I.S.D. Sweetwater Rifle & Pistol Club Nolan County Veteran's Services IntegraCare Home Health and Gentiva Hospice Sweetwater Jaycees Sweetwater Frame & Gallery Collaborators ASK YOUR COMMUNITY FOR HELP Turn to Facebook to ask the community to identify citizens that are involved and dedicated to improving quality of life. Use the list of suggested citizens for an ambassador program. Create a page for your community engagement event after your invitation list is finished and invitations have been sent out. Planning a Community Engagement Event MATERIALS NEEDED Tools for Success Funding People Clear Plan Funding State Humanities Association Community Foundation Corporate Sponsors County Historic Commission Private Citizens Past Donors National and Corporate Foundations Possible Funding Sources People AMBASSADORS Your ambassadors will help you to create your invitation list. Will make sure that you are serving your community's and not just your institution's wants and needs. Will help to choose the theme and plan the event. Will assist with RSVPs & Reminders. Clear Plan Are you creating a 5-year strategic plan? Trying to find where your institution fits into your community? What questions do you want to ask and answer? What is the Purpose of Your Engagement? Logistics of Your Engagement Find a neutral location: community center or location familiar to everyone. Choose a theme: can be meaningful or fun. Feed people: make it a fun atmosphere with a feeling of community. Find a date and stick to it: You will not be able to accomodate everyone, but try for a weekend event. THE MAIN EVENT Spring Summit Buck's April 28, 2018; 4-7PM 10 Representatives 10 Sectors Health & Wellness Economic Organizations Clubs & Social Organizations Youth Organizations Senior Organizations Cultural Organizations Schools & Educational Organizations Faith Community Local Businesses Kid's Council Participants will identify assets and needs through personal reflection sheets and group discussion. Table heads will make 1-minute reports on their sector's findings. 4-5PM 4-5PM Identifying Assets and Needs 5-6PM Dinner and Synergy For dinner, and the rest of the event, participants will sit at tables with citizens from other sectors. You and your Ambassadors will look through the sector reports to find synergy in assets and needs. 5-6PM Mixed sector groups will work to brainstorm ways to fill needs in community, take better advantage of assets, and bridge gaps in services. Table heads will give 3-minute reports of group strategies. 6-7PM 6-7PM Development & Dessert

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Transcript: Assessing the Maritime Students’ Perceptions and Preparedness of Coastal Resilience: A Descriptive Correlational Study BSMT SII-BRAVO (GROUP1) OBJECTIVES: The sole purpose of the descriptive correlational study is to investigate fundamental research inquiries through a comprehensive assessment of the level of awareness, perception, and readiness among maritime students about coastal resilience. The chapter presents the findings from the data gathered. The chapter is organized into themes that go along with the sub-themes obtained through thematic analysis which is also derived from the research questions. The result is hereby integrated with the information gathered from the interviews. To examine the extent of maritime students' awareness of coastal resilience and its importance. To investigate the opinions of maritime students regarding coastal hazards and theirpossible impact on many elements of maritime activity. To evaluate the preparedness of maritime students in implementing coastal resiliencemethods within their field focuses on assessing their readiness. To recommend practical suggestions for enhancing the education and training ofmaritime students within the framework of coastal resilience and monitoring systems. CONCLUSION: 1. The extent of maritime students' awareness of coastal resilience and its importance is very pivotal in achieving success. 2. The opinions of maritime students regarding coastal hazards and their possible impact on many elements of maritime activity differs from their educational backgrounds, views, opinions, and perspectives that can be seen from positive and negative statements. 3. The preparedness of maritime students in implementing coastal resilience methods within their field focuses on assessing their readiness. 4. The recommended practical suggestions for enhancing the education and training of maritime students within the framework of coastal resilience and monitoring systems will be a great leap towards total quality achievement. RECOMMENDATIONS: 1. School administrators may support the development of practical suggestions for enhancing the education and training of maritime students within the framework of coastal resilience and monitoring systems. 2. Strengthen or maintain development programs for maritime students that nurture the development of their personal life and professional role. 3. The education and training of maritime students within the framework of coastal resilience and monitoring systems may be reviewed, refined, and later used to guide researchers. 4. Future researchers may use this study as a reference for further study on variables that were not explored in this study. This descriptive correlational study evaluated maritime students' views of and readiness for coastal resilience in order to prevent problems in the near future. The purpose of this study was to determine how good the maritime students were in understanding the ideas of coastal resilience and how equipped they were to handle issues that may arise along the coast. The findings showed that most of the participants had awareness and comprehension about the topic. While most of them also agreed that it is still dangerous for reducing the effects of climate change and natural disasters. Findings also revealed that there were differences in their level of practical readiness to deal with these problems since they differ from aspects as observed in their demographic profiles. This study which is a qualitative research provided themes and subthemes, through thematic analysis of the concept the focuses on the information and solicited opinions of the female participants. Findings from the data analysis have been organized by themes, with each theme referencing several sub themes and codes from the analysis

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