Spring• 2007

The Millennial Student


Serving the Millennial Student: How Far Should We Go?
Excerpts from the plenary panel, featuring Michael D. Coomes, Bowling Green State University.

Serving the Millennial Student: How Far Should We Go?
Excerpts from the plenary panel, featuring Jones R. VanHecke, Central College

Rethinking Diversity: The Millennial Student Project
Excerpts from the second-day Keynote Address, featuring Lynette Cook Francis and Melissa Ousley, University of Arizona

Instructional Technology: Are Professors Keeping Pace With the Millennial Students?
Cathy Griffin-Famble, Winston-Salem State University

The Millennial Student and Technology:
Insatiable Quest or Part of a Reliable Pattern of History?

Myna German, Delaware State University

Familiarity Breeds Misconceptions? Information Technology Savvy Millennials
Show Surprising Information Literacy Skill Deficits

Mary Ann Trail, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey
Carolyn Gutierrez, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey

Copyright Implications for Online Distance Education
Audrey Wolfson Latourette, J.D., Richard Stockton College of New Jersey
Excerpts from Audrey Wolfson Latourette, “Copyright Implications for Online Distance Education,” 32 The Journal of College and University Law 613-654 (2006).  Copyright 2006 by The National Association of College and University Attorneys and The Notre Dame Law School.

Biology Curriculum for the Millennial Student at UPR- Río Piedras
Michelle Borrero, University of Puerto Rico- Río Piedras Campus

Teaching Millennial Science Students in the (Bio)Informatics Age
Mark Maloney, Spelman College
Ikhide Imumorin, Spelman College
Cynthia Bauerle, Spelman College

Bridging the Gap: Popular Culture as a Tool for Reaching New Millennial Students; Communicating Through Visual Art and Visual Literacy
Hasaan Kirkland, Johnson C. Smith University

Using Hip Hop Culture to Motivate Millennial Students
Jon A. Yasin, Bergen Community College
Constance Chapman, Clark Atlanta University
Sherrise Truesdale, Minnesota State University
Neal Howard, Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Millennial African American Entrepreneurs:
Developing Appropriate Campus Learning Strategies

Thomas W. Garsombke, Claflin University
Gwen Hanks, Claflin University
Diane J. Prince, Troy University
Mario J. Zaino, Claflin University

The Impact of Globalism on the Millennial Student
Pamela Holland Obiomon, Prairie View A&M University
Alfred Holland, Alcatel USA
Virginia Tickles, NASA
Shirley Holland-Hunt, NASA

The Mental Health of College Students: Challenges, Obstacles, and Solutions
Nilda E. Hernández, The College of New Rochelle

Non-cognitive Experiences, Mental Health, and Academic Progress
Dorothy Valle, The College of New Rochelle

The Millennial Students in a Time of Crisis
Thomas Bonner, Jr., Xavier University of Louisiana

The Millennial Generation: Who Cares?
Patricia M. Carey, New York University

A Millennial Student Perspective: Comparing and Contrasting
the Native American Millennial Student

David M. Gipp, United Tribes Technical College
Prepared by: Harriett Skye, United Tribes Technical College

The Evolution of Student Culture in the Millennial Generation:
‘Teaching to Transgress’

Sharon D. Raynor, Johnson C. Smith University

Implementing Brain-Based Learning to Enhance Student Performance
Timothy Moore, Clark Atlanta University

Meeting the Millennial Generation Halfway: Reconceptualizing Faculty Work
Laura L. Behling, Gustavus Adolphus College

Engaging the Millennial Student: A Conversation about
Philosophy, Theory, and Pedagogy

Sonia V. Gonsalves, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey
Tim Haresign, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey

Millennials: Challenges and Implications to Higher Education
Beatriz Rivera, University of Puerto Rico, Business School
Maribel Huertas, University of Puerto Rico, Business School

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