Selected Papers, Lectures, and Presentations
Student success modeling:  Elementary school to college.  Presented at the Third Biennnial International Conference on Cultural Diversity, November 1, 2007, Nashville, TN

Latina/o student success in higher education:  A qualitative meta analysis. 

Presented at the Third Biennnial International Conference on Cultural Diversity, November 1, 2007, Nashville, TN.
School dropout of Chicano students in a binational context. Presented at the annual meeting of the University Council for Educational Administration, San Antonio, TX, November 9 - 12, 2006.

A local student success model for Hispanic and non Hispanic students at an Hispanic serving institution. 

Paper presented at the Retention 2007 International Conference, May 24, 2007, San Antonio, TX.

(With George Norton)

A qualitative study of student success. 

Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southwest Educational Research Association, February 8, 2008, San Antonio, TX.

(With George Norton)

(Re)Forming schools: (im)practical solutions to (in)tractable problems Keynote address presented at the annual retreat of the Bexar County School Board Presidents' Coalition, San Antonio, TX, November 10, 2006.
A qualitative meta analysis of recent research on Latina/os and higher education in the United States Presented at the annual conference of the National Association for Chicana and Chicano Studies (NACCS), Guadalajara, Mexico, June 28-July 1, 2006.
Res Publica: Chicano evolving poetics of the public good Presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, April 7-10, 2006. To appear in a forthcoming book by Kenneth Gonzalez and Raymond V. Padilla
Keeping Scores:  Security and Integrity of High-Stakes Testing Environments

Raymond V. Padilla and Michael G. Richards
Presented at the annual meeting of the Texas Association of Chicanos in Higher Education (TACHE), Houston, TX, February 8-10, 2006.
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Keeping Scores:  Audited (Self)monitoring of High-Stakes Testing Environments

Raymond V. Padilla and Michael G. Richards
Presented at the national conference of the University Council for Educational Administration, Nashville, TN, November 10-13, 2005.
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Crypto-Diversity in Higher Education:  The Impact of the Hidden and the Invisible in Institutional Life
Presented at the 4th Annual University of Denver Diversity Summit, May 6, 2005.
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Hispanics and Higher Education:  Hither, Thither, and Yonder
Presented at the Forum and Awards Luncheon of the Hispanic Caucus of the American Association for Higher Education, April 1, 2004, San Diego, California.

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Epistemology, Knowledge Production, and Social Change
Presented at the conference Abriendo Brechas/Opening a Path:  A Workshop & Conference on Activist Scholarship in the Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Texas, Austin, February 26-27, 2004.


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Searching for Aztlán:  How Far North?
Presented at the National Conferences of the National Association of African American Studies and Affiliated Associations, Houston, TX, February 16-21, 2004.
Published in the 2004 Monograph Series (CD only) titled "Harnessing the Future by Studying the Past" (National Association of African American Studies).
The Landscape in Higher Education
Presented at the inaugural meeting of the American Association for Hispanics in Higher Education, Pomona, CA, August 2, 2003.

Holistic Educational Accountability Presented at the NACCS Texas Regional Conference, San Antonio, Texas, November 8-9, 2002. Show Overheads
Latina/os in Academia:  De Más y De Menos Presented at the American Council on Education meeting on "Standardized Expectations or Unexpected Standards?  Professional Advancement and Dilemma for Latino Leaders in the Academy", Tempe, Arizona, September 26-28, 2002. Show Overheads
Reconceptualizing Educational Accountability Presented at the Education Legislative Summit Regarding High Stakes Testing, Minority Youth, and Policy Alternatives, Austin, Texas, June 18, 2002. Show Overheads
Thinking About Alternatives to High Stakes Testing Presented at the LULAC State Convention, Austin, TX, May 30-June 2, 2002.  Session Title:  The Impact of Texas-Style Accountability on Latino Youth:  A Policy Perspective. Show Overheads
Latina/o Student Leadership
In Search of a New Paradigm
in Higher Education
Presented at the meeting of the Intercultrual Development Research Association (IDRA) and the ENLACE Project of the Kellogg Foundation, Chicago, IL on April 10, 2002 Show Overheads
"High Stakes Testing" and "Educational Accountability" as Social Constructions Across Cultures A Policy Briefing.  The Center for Mexican American Studies of the University of Texas at Austin in conjunction with the Congressional Hispanic Caucus and the Hispanic Education Coalition Show Abbreviated Paper
HTP and the Need to Diversify Faculty in Higher Education Annual Conference, Texas Association of Chicanos in Higher Education, Austin, TX, December 2 - 4, 2001 Show Overheads
Sabiduria in the Chican@ context:  Some epistemological notes (Paper) XXVII NACCS Annual Conference, Portland, OR 03/22/2000 - 3/25/2000 Paper Figure1 Figure2    Figure3a   Figure3b
Designing the Chican@ Studies Curriculum for the 21st Century (Presentation) XXVI NACCS Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX 04/28/1999 - 05/01/1999 Show Presentation
CCS and Teacher Education (Presentation) Chican@  Education Summit, Denver, CO  03/19/1999 - 03/20/1999
La formación de docentes para la educación bilingüe (Paper) Southwest Educational Development Laboratory, Johns Hopkins University.  Annual Conference:  In Search of a Border Pedagogy:  Bilingualism and Professional Development in Schools, Adult Education and Business Sector  01/22/99 Show Paper
A reading and dialogue from Debatable Diversity:  Critical Dialogues on Change in American Universities (with Montiel, Miguel) Arizona State University, 1848/1898@1998 Transhistoric Threshold Conference  12/08/98 Text source:  Padilla, R. V., & Montiel, M. (1998).  Debatable diversity:  Critical dialogues on change in American universities. Lanham, Maryland:  Rowman & Littlefield.
Chicano pedagogy:  Historic and Transhistoric Transformation (Paper) Arizona State University, 1848/1898@1998 Transhistoric Threshold Conference   12/08/98 Show Paper
En busca de una pedagogia Chicana (Invited Paper) Loyola Marymount University, Decima Jornada Pedagogica Internacional  11/14/98 Show Paper
Identifying similarities: Racially - designated/ethnic students on predominantly white college and university campuses  (Focused dialogue with background paper) Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE)  11/07/98 Show Paper
Promoting student success (Presentation) Arizona State University, Office of Student life  10/14/98
Chicana/o College Students: Focus on Success (Paper) Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU), San Antonio, TX  08/07/98  (See ASHE paper above)