Sociology & Anthropology
Jay Chaskes, Ph.D.
Jay E. Chaskes, Ph.D. (Temple Univ.)
“Intersectionality and the Disability: Some Conceptual and Mehtodological Challenges.” In Sharon Barnartt, Barbara Altman (ed.) Disability and Intersecting Statuses in Research in Disability and Social Sciences, Volume 7, 47-59. London, UK. Emerald Publishing Group Limited. 2013.
“Advising New Students with Disabilities: Challenges and Opportunities.” Journal of College Orientation and Transition. 2011, 19: 37-48.
“Out of a Coma and into a Wheelchair.” In Sharon Barnartt, Disability as a Fluid State. Research in Social Science and Disability. Volume 5, 49-66. London, UK. Emerald Group Publishing Limited. 2010.
“Advocating for First-Year Students.” In M. Lee Upcraft, John Gardner & Betsy Barefoot, Challenging and Supporting the First-Year Student: A Handbook for Improving the First Year of College, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2005. with Ralph Anttonen.
“Advocating for First-Year Students: A Study of the Micropolitics and Leadership of Organizational Change.” Journal of the First-Year Experience, 2002, 14: 81-96. with Ralph Anttonen.
“Auditioning for Disability: The Role Others in the Moral Career of the Disabled”
77th Annual Eastern Sociological Society Meetings. Philadelphia, to be presented in March, 2007.
"Knocking Down the Walls: Teaching First-Year Students Truth, Trust and Responsibility" 26th Annual First-Year Experience Conference. Dallas, to be presented February 2007.
"Learning as an Intrinsic Part of the Leadership Process" International Leadership Association, 7th International Conference, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, November 5, 2005. with Katherine A. Harris.
"Maintaining First-Year Programs and Remaining Authentic." Annual Meeting of the National Resource Center for First-Year Experience, Phoenix, February, 2005. with Ralph Anttonen
“Factors Influencing Success, Satisfaction and Self-Efficacy among Engineering Students." Innovation, Good Practice and Research in Engineering Education, University of Manchester, Wolverhampton, England. June, 2004 with James Haugh and James Newell
“Programmatic Innovation and the Micropolitics of Organizational Change: A Postmodern Perspective on Leadership and Change in the Academy.” International Conference on Innovation in Higher Education. Kiev, Ukraine. May 16, 2003.
“Leadership for Change: A Nuts and Bolts Practical Guide for Advocates.” Annual Meeting of the National Resource Center for the First-Year Experience, Orlando, February, 2002
“Getting The Job Done: What We Learned By Studying Award-Winning Advocates Who Create Programs For First-Year Students” International First-Year Experience Conference, University of Edinburgh, July 1999 Edinburgh, Scotland.
“First-Year Seminar As An Integrated Component of Academic Courses: ‘Learning In Context’ As A Strategy For Socializing New Students” ( with M. Tahamont, B. Caswell and F. Adelson) International First-Year Experience Conference, University of Edinburgh, July 1999 Edinburgh, Scotland.