Recent and Upcoming Presentations

What it Means to "Serve" students at a Hispanic Serving Institution

Workshop at  Schreiner University, Kerrville Texas, Jan., 2018
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The ‘How To’ of Mentoring College Students

Presentation at  Schreiner University, Kerrville Texas, Jan., 2018​
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Supporting STEM students at a Hispanic Serving Institution
Presentation at  Schreiner University, Kerrville Texas, Jan., 2018​
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Promoting Equity through Programs and Practices

Equity Keynote Presentation for the Oregon Community College Association (OCCA) Annual Conference. Gleneden Beach, Oregon. Nov., 2017 
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Being a Good Mentee

Presentation at the Oregon State University Graduate School Orientation, Sept., 2017  
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Contact Information

Gloria Crisp

​​For inquires on speaking, or general questions,  please complete the form below or contact me at  I welcome the opportunity to speak to faculty, administrators, and educational and community groups.   
Dr. Crisp is an Associate Professor at Oregon State University. She also serves as the Editor of New Directions for Institutional Research (NDIR). Her scholarship is grounded by her personal and professional experiences at institutions that provide broad access to students. Gloria has published over 40 articles and book chapters. Her work has been cited over 2,700 times. She co-edited a recent issue of New Directions for Community Colleges focused on high-impact and promising practices in a community college context. She is also lead author of a recent ASHE Higher Education Report focused on Mentoring Undergraduate Students. Her survey instrument, The College Student Mentoring Scale (CSMS) is currently being used at institutions around the country and abroad to evaluate the effectiveness of mentoring relationships. 

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