THE IMPACT OF SELF IN SOCIALLY JUST ASSESSMENT
Updated: Oct 2, 2020
Facilitator: Dr. Roger “Mitch” Nasser, Lindenwood University
Description: This session will examine the importance of self-identity when conducting assessment. Participants will understand the impact of their own identities on assessment design, how limitations on assessment sources may affect inclusion, and the impact of intersectionality on assessment results. Participants’ will grow in understanding of self and others through reflective journaling and create a statement of purpose as a concluding activity.
Bio: Roger “Mitch” Nasser Jr, PhD., is an Assistant Professor and Program Chair of Higher Education at Lindenwood University. He received his doctorate in Higher Education Administration from Saint Louis University (2016). He has conducted social justice workshops for faculty, staff and students for nearly 20 years. Nasser is an experienced professional with 18 years of administrative experience in Higher Education Administration prior to becoming a faculty member at Lindenwood University in 2016. He developed significant research interests in social justice education, supervision, men’s issues, and campus safety during his professional career.