Monthly Archives: February 2012

The National Forum is partnering with scholars around the nation to produce three research papers on undocumented students in higher education. “The Forum identified gaps in the literature regarding higher education officials’ response to the crisis regarding undocumented students,” says Angela Vidal-Rodriguez, leader of the Higher Education Access research team at the National Forum.  “After […]

The National Forum is partnering with scholars around the nation to produce three research papers on undocumented students in higher education. “The Forum identified gaps in the literature regarding higher education officials’ response to the crisis regarding undocumented students,” says Angela Vidal-Rodriguez, leader of the Higher Education Access research team at the National Forum.  “After […]

What made you decide to come to the University of Michigan? A few reasons: it has great academics, I live in-state, and it is my mother’s alma mater. What are some of your interests, academic or otherwise? Academically, I am interested in international relations. I also enjoy skiing. Where are you from ? I am […]

The National Forum will partner with the Carnegie Foundation to perform a strategic communications and network analysis with KFLA (Kellogg Fellows Leadership Alliance). Amy Puffenberger, Project Manager at the National Forum, reports that KFLA uses algorithm-based social networking to map communications trends.  According to Amy, KFLA will contact the members of the National Forum’s network […]

Forum Director John Burkhardt was recently a guest of the Kettering Foundation for their 2012 Winter Retreat. The event was recently written up in Kettering’s newsletter, The Commons:

Jenny Small, alum of the CSHPE and a Forum Legendary Musician published a book exploring college students’ spiritual identities.  Congrats, Jenny, for this important contribution to the field! Information for her new book can be found here. This book provides a long overdue alternative to current literatures about the religious and spiritual lives of college students with […]