|Name:||Dr. Christina Wright Fields|
Clinical Fellow for Community Partnerships
|Office Location:||Dyson 342|
|Extension:||(845) 575-3000 ext. 2619|
Ph.D. Higher Education Administration, Bowling Green State University
M.S. Higher Education Administration with Enrollment Management, Drexel University
B.S. Biology with minors in Chemistry and African American Studies, Millersville University
|Awards & Honors:||
Sterling, A., Wright Fields, C., & Carter, G. (2017, February). Our Black Lives Matter: Addressing the Issue of Black Visibility Head-on. AERA Sig Critical Educators for Social Justice.
Fields, C. (2014). Undocumented Student Access to Higher Education: Overview of State and Federal Legislation. Journal of Student Affairs, 23, 21-28.
Wright Fields, C. & Early, S. E. (2013, December). Supporting inclusive collegiate environments. NASPA Student Leadership Programs Knowledge Community.
My research and teaching interests include issues pertinent to student academic access and success. This focus is comprised of four interrelated aspects: 1) student access and success; 2) college-going cultures; 3) culturally relevant pedagogy; 4) campus collaborations and 5) cultural identity development.
|Conferences & Workshops:||
Smith, P. & Wright Fields, C. (2016, October). The Mentor Apprenticeship Program: Leveraging Resources to Develop Leaders from Within. Program at IUPUI National Mentoring Symposium. Indianapolis, IN.
Howell, G., Wright Fields, C., Lewis, K. & Johnson, M. (2016, June). Unmasking the Elephant in the Room: White Identity Exploration in a Pre-College Program. Program at the NCORE—National Council on Race and Ethnicity Conference, San Francisco, CA.
Wright Fields, C. and Carter, G. (2016, February). Along for the Ride: A Parent's Guide for Navigating the College-going Process. TRiO Student and Parent Leadership Conference, University of Notre Dame, South Bend, IN.
Howell, G. & Wright Fields, C. (2016, March). G.R.I.T: Raising up the Go-Getter in a Pre-College Academy. Program at the ACPA-College Student Educators International Convention, Montreal, Canada.
Wright Fields, C & Smith, P. (2016, March). Building Bridges through Student and Academic Affairs Early Intervention Mentoring Model. Commission for Academic Affairs Sponsored Program at the ACPA-College Student Educators International Convention, Montreal, Canada.
Wright Fields, C., Lovelace, D., & Cross Francis, D. (2015, March). Leveraging Resources through Campus Collaboratives to Support Student Success. Workshop at the ACPA-College Student Educators International Convention, Tampa, FL.
Wright Fields, C., Lovelace, D., & Power-Carter, S. (2015, March). Don’t leave home without it: Your cultural identity—Students’ Exploration of their own Cultural Identity in a Pre-College Academy. Program at the NASPA—Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education Conference, New Orleans, LA.
Wright Fields, C. (2014, November). It Takes a Village: A Case Study of an Urban African-Centered Charter School Personnel's Transmission and Support of a College Preparatory Ethos. Paper presented at Association of Study of Higher Education Conference, Washington, D.C.
American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education 2017—present
American College Personnel Association (ACPA) 2012-present
American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2014-present
Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE) 2011-present
Journal of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning 2013-present
Journal of Teaching and Learning with Technology 2013-present
National College Access Network (NCAN) 2015-present
National Partnership for Educational Access (NPEA) 2015-present
Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (NASPA) 2012-present
Wright Fields, C., & Carter, G. (2016, November). The Realness of Race and the Myths of Ethnicity. Anderson Community School Diversity Conference. Keynote Address Sponsored by the Anderson Community School Diversity Council and Anderson Education Foundation, and the Anderson Federation of Teachers. Anderson, IN.
Wright Fields, C., Medina, M. & Carter, G. (2016, July). The Realness of Race and the Myths of Ethnicity. Program at the Indiana Black Expo Education Conference. Indianapolis, IN.