First Year of Studies’ Anniversary Lecture Series on Advising:Culturally Competent Advising: Beyond the Demographics



The 2017-2018 First Year of Studies’ Anniversary Lecture Series on Advising was designed to celebrate the University of Notre Dame’s First Year of Studies’ dedication to and innovation in the field of undergraduate advising. The presentations in the series were as follows:

• Introductions to The First Year of Studies Anniversary Lecture Series by Hugh R. Page

• Not an Easy Place: New Strategies for Helping Anxious Students by Elizabeth Wilcox, September 25, 2017

• The Architect of Hope by Elizabeth Wilcox, September 25, 2017

• Culturally Competent Advising: Beyond the Demographics, by Pamela Nolan Young, November 13, 2017

• Encouraging Achievement on an Uneven Playing Field: Framing the Discussion, by Jennifer Fox and Holly Martin, November 13, 2017

• Establishing an Advising Community: Launching an Organization and Fostering Scholarship, by Mathew Bumbalough, February 26, 2018

With the exception of the introductions to each presentation and The Architect of Hope, these presentations are published here, in CurateND. The copyright to all material belongs to the authors individually and not to the First Year of Studies or the University of Notre Dame. Please direct any questions on the series to Jennifer Fox or Holly Martin and any questions on the presentations to the authors.

This article concerns “ Culturally Competent Advising: Beyond the Demographics” Pamela Nolan Young, Director for Academic Diversity and Inclusion, University of Notre Dame, author


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  • Pamela Nolan Young

  • First Year of Studies

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  • 23

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  • 23

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  • 2018-05

  • Advising

  • Advising diverse populations

  • First Year of Studies

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  • 2018-05-24

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  • English

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