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February 29 - March 3, 2004
San Francisco Hilton
San Francisco, CA

Hosted By:
City College of San Francisco
Foothill-De Anza
Community College District

For more information contact
Judy Greenfield
(480) 705·8200 x200

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Pre-Conference Events:
College and Career Transitions Initiative (CCTI) Summit (By Invitation only)
Homeland Security and Civic Engagement Summit
National Association of Community College Teacher Education Programs
National Conference

Community College Baccalaureate Association Fourth Annual Conference
Presentation Formats :
Poster Sessions
Learning Center Courses

Innovations Streams:



Gwendolyn J. DungyGwendolyn Jordan Dungy , PhD, is executive director for the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA). Before joining NASPA, Dr. Dungy served as associate director for the Curriculum and Faculty Development Network at the Association of American Colleges and Universities. At AAC&U, Dr. Dungy worked on a national initiative on diversity that was funded by the Ford Foundation and the National Endowment for the Humanities. Her work prior to joining AAC&U includes teaching and supervision of both academic and student affairs. With a BS in English, a MS in Counseling, a PhD in Educational Policy Making and Administration from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri , she returned to college and in 1992 received the MA in English Literature at Drew University in New Jersey. She is a licensed psychologist, a nationally certified professional counselor, and a nationally certified career counselor. Dr. Dungy has served on a number of educational and civic boards and commissions including the American Council on Education Commission for Governmental Relations, American Association of University Women's Legal Advocacy Fund Board, and the AAUW Educational Foundation Board, the Board of Trustees at Gettysburg College , and the Board of Governors of the University of North Carolina , Asheville. She is particularly proud to have been involved with the Center for Higher Education Transformation (CHET) in South Africa in their work to facilitate the establishment of a national professional association for student services professionals.