High-impact practices (HIPs), such as service-learning, undergraduate research, and internships, convey powerful educational benefits and provide students opportunities for applied learning desired by employers and important to society. Although institutions have invested in promoting HIPs, participation, satisfaction and levels of quality vary by racial identity groups and by HIP. This session uses an equity lens to discuss research on racially minoritized students’ experiences in HIPs and new takes on dimensions of quality. We will consider the implication of these factors in HIP design and instruction and to ensure high-quality experiences for all students, and particularly, minoritized students.
Presented by: Dr. Jillian Kinzie