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 book dr. beatty 

Dr. Beatty is available for keynote addresses, guest lectures, program reviews, and workshops. He has delivered the keynote address at national and regional conferences, including the Association for Orientation, Transition, and Retention (NODA), the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors (AFA), and the NASPA/ACPA Leadership Educators Institute (LEI).  He has presented at diverse institution types such as Stone Hill College, Wake Forest University, Penn State University, Northwestern University, and Stanford University. Dr. Beatty has presented on topics such as leadership development, social justice issues in higher education contexts, and the intersections of pop culture and Black culture with higher education. He has presented to fraternity and sorority life communities, student affairs staff, Black culture centers, and at leadership retreats.

 PAst Presentation Topics 
  • Committing to Anti-Racist Practices in Leadership Education REsearch, Teaching, and Practice

  • Reimagining Adaptive Leadership Approaches

  • Culturally Relevant Leadership Learning

  • Exploring the Nuances of “Cancel Culture”

  • Creating a More Inclusive Fraternity and Sorority Community

  • Building a Socially Just Student Affairs Staff Community

  • Building Leadership Identity, Capacity and Efficacy Through Residence Life

  • Racial Battle Fatigue: Developing Coping Strategy and Supporting Others 

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