Virtual Connecting Community Symposium: Snapshots from the Field
Session 2: Poverty Informed Practice in Higher Education
Chad Dull, Vice President of Academic Affairs, Minnesota State College Southeast
Other Events in Symposium
Monday, Nov. 9
Connecting Community Symposium Kick-off
Drs. Kinsey Hansen and Gina Shipley, Angelo State University
Wednesday, Nov. 18
Solving America’s Hunger Crisis
Jeremy Everett, Found and Executive Director, Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty
Thursday, Nov. 19
Foster Care Alumni Navigating Higher Education
Dr. Crystal Kreitler, Associate Professor and M.S. Experimental Psychology Program Director, Angelo State University
How to Register
You can register for one or all of the events through the same form. Information to join the symposium will be provided upon registering.
About the Speaker
Chad Dull has served as Vice President of Academic Affairs at MSC Southeast since August of 2019. Besides managing all aspects of academics at the college, including over 60 full and part-time faculty who teach in more than 30 programs, Chad oversees Customized Training and Continuing Education, HLC accreditation, and partnership with secondary schools across the region.
He previously worked in secondary and post-secondary education for more than 20 years as an instructor and administrator. Believing in the power of education to create social mobility and change lives, Chad is a passionate advocate for students in the crisis of poverty and has presented across the country on the topic. He regularly contributes guest editorials to regional newspapers and hosts his own podcast and blog on poverty informed practice in higher education. Chad earned a B.S. in education from Winona State University and a master’s degree in education from University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.