The CSU Student Success Network Conference

October 16th: Teaching and Academic Support 

10:00AM – 11:15AM 

Conference Welcome and System Leaders and Faculty Plenary

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Dr. Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales

San Francisco State University

Dr. Tintiangco-Cubales is an award-winning full professor in the College of Ethnic Studies at San Francisco State University and Affiliated Faculty in the Ed.D Leadership Program working with educators nationwide on how to implement culturally and community responsive pedagogy in their classrooms. For the past 17 years, she’s been teaching in the Asian American Studies Department with a focus on Filipina/o/x American Studies. She is also an affiliated faculty member in the Educational Leadership Doctoral Program. Further,  she is the co-founder and director of Community Responsive Education (CRE) and Teaching Excellence Network (TEN), two nationwide services that support the development of responsive, equitable, and justice-driven educators. She also founded Pin@y Educational Partnerships, an ethnic studies teaching and research pipeline and the Director of Community Responsive Curriculum and Pedagogy at the Institute of Sustainable Economic, Educational, and Environmental Design (ISEEED). She has worked with several school districts throughout the nation, including the San Francisco Unified School District, to co-develop Ethnic Studies, Social Justice, and Filipino Language curriculum.

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Dr. Frank Harris III

San Diego State University

Dr. Frank Harris III is a professor of postsecondary education and Co-Director of the Community College Equity Assessment Lab (CCEAL) at San Diego State University. He is best known for his expertise in racial [in]equity in postsecondary education and has made important contributions to knowledge about college student development and the social construction of gender and race in college contexts. His work prioritizes populations that have been historically underrepresented and underserved in education. Harris’s scholarship has been published in leading journals for higher education and student affairs research and practice and he is regularly consulted by colleges and universities across the country for his expertise on student equity, student success, and institutional transformation. Before joining the faculty at San Diego State, Harris worked as a student affairs educator and college administrator in the areas of student affairs administration, student crisis support and advocacy, new student orientation programs, multicultural student affairs, academic advising, and enrollment services. Harris earned a bachelor’s degree in communication studies at Loyola Marymount University, a master’s degree in speech communication at California State University Northridge, and a doctorate in higher education from the Rossier School of Education at the University of Southern California.

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Dr. Leece Lee-Oliver

California State University, Fresno

I am a Blackfeet and Choctaw “urban Indian” educator and community member. My family was relocated to Oklahoma’s Osage reservation in that early 1900s and emerged in Long Beach, California, where they regained strength and started life anew. I traversed different spaces, civil rights movements alongside my mom when I was a child, to music and art as spaces for political expression, and then turned my attention to scholarship and activism, teaching, and publishing on matters Native American women and communities, histories, sovereignty movements and ending race and gender-based violence. My current book project, Red Feminist Roots: Liturgies of Death and Life, explores the long history of Native American women’s leadership against anti-Indianism and racist misogyny in the U.S. I am an Assistant Professor of American Indian Studies and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and Director of American Indian Studies at California State University, Fresno, which sits in the midst of Yokuts and Mono lands and has a rich and vibrant urban Indian community. I currently serve as Fresno State’s representative on the CSU Council for Racial & Social Justice and the CFA Executive Board. I am the Vice Chair of the Board of Directors of the Fresno American Indian Health Project and am a member of the National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center.

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Contact: Larissa Mercado-López, Annual Conference Director

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