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Journal Articles

Vasquez, J., Acosta, A., Hernandez, M., & Torres, R.  (in press).  Building institutional support for undocumented and DACA-eligible college students in Michigan.  Journal of College Access.   

Fitzgerald, J.T., Burkhardt, J.C., Kasten, S. J., Mullan, P.B., Santen, S.A., Sheets, K.J, Antonius T., Vasquez, J.A., & Gruppen, L.D. (2016) Assessment challenges in competency-based education: A case study in health professions education, Medical Teacher, 38(5), 482-490, DOI: 10.3109/0142159X.2015.1047754

Gruppen, L. D., Burkhardt, J. C., Fitzgerald, J. T., Funnell, M., Haftel, H. M., Lypson, M. L., Mullan, P. B., Santen, S. A., Sheets, K. J., Stalburg, C. M., & Vasquez, J. A. (2016). Competency-based education: programme design and challenges to implementation. Medical education50(5), 532–539.

Encyclopedic Entry

Vasquez, J. (2019). Mental health personnel. In M. Amey and M. E. David (Eds.), The Sage Encyclopedia of Higher Education. Thousand Oaks, CA:  Sage Publications

Evaluation Reports and Policy Briefs

Vasquez, J. (2019).  Building institutional support for DACA and undocumented students in Michigan:  Implications for professional and institutional practice. A report prepared for the National Forum on Higher Education for the Public Good at the University of Michigan and funded by the Kresge Foundation

Academic Conference Poster Presentations (peer-reviewed)

Vasquez, J. (2019).  What You Do is More Important than What You Say When Advising, Mentoring, or Supporting Postdoc Women in the Lab.  Presented at the Graduate Career Consortium 2019 National Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Burkhardt, J., Fitzgerald, T. J., Gruppen, L.D…& Vasquez, J. (2014).    Competency-based Education for Medical Educators:  Implementation and Implications.  Presented at the AMEE Meeting:  An International Association for Medical Education, Chicago, IL.

Decosmo J., Harris, J., Gregerman, S. & Vasquez, J. (2012).  A Community of Scholars Approach to Undergraduate Research.  Presented at the meeting of the Association of American Colleges & Universities, Seattle, WA.

Academic Conference Panels & Presentations (peer-reviewed)

Vasquez, J. (2020).  Introduction to using evidence-based practices in graduate education research:  Assessment & Evaluation.  2020 Virtual Annual Conference for the Graduate Career Consortium.  

Vasquez, J. (2019, November 13-17).  After the Ph.D.: Perceptions and Resources Used by Postdocs to Make Career Decisions [Paper presentation].  Association for the Study of Higher Education 44th Annual Conference, Portland, OR.

Vasquez, J. (2018, February).  A dream deferred:  Developing a framework for inclusive policies to support immigrant, undocumented, and DACA students.  2019 Higher Education Applied Research Forum, Ann Arbor, MI.

Acosta, A., & Vasquez, J.  (2018, September).  Best practices when advising undocumented and DACAmented students.  2018 National College Access Network Conference, Pittsburg, PA.

Vasquez, J. (2018, September).  To be or not to be:  How the postdoctoral research experience influences career trajectories of future scientists.  2018 Michigan AGEP Alliance Fall Conference, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.

Martin, N., & Vasquez, J.  (2018, April).  Building stronger partnerships between career services & postdoc associations.  2018 National Postdoc Association Conference, Cleveland, OH.

Vasquez, J. (2018, March). Exito Educativo:  Using narrative inquiry and a funds of knowledge framework to develop a culturally relevant college outreach program for Michigan Latinx communities2018 Michigan College Access Network Conference, East Lansing, MI.

Driska, A. P. & Vasquez, J. (2017, August). How do we evaluate coach education programs in Higher Education? Comparing program evaluation with program assessment.  Presented at the biennial Global Coaching Conference of the International Council for Coaching Excellence, Liverpool, UK.

Greenwalt, K., Vasquez, J., Landgraf, J., & Geraghty, L. (2017, April). Why XY?  Leveraging positive role models to empower at-risk, young minority males to aim high. In K. Greenwalt (Chair), The 7th Annual School & Society Forum. Forum conducted as the John Dewey Society Meeting for the Study of Education and Culture at AERA Meeting, San Antonio, TX.

Vasquez, J. (2010).  Access & Success through Community College Student Research Fellowships.  Presented at the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.

Gregerman, S. & Vasquez, J. (2010).  The Role of Undergraduate Research in Student Retention & Academic Success:  Promising Practices in STEM Education.  Presented at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research, Ogden, UT.

Desprez, M. J. & Vasquez, J. (2008).  Partnerships for Promoting Wellness, Presented at Educating the Whole Student: The Seventh Annual Advising Conference.  University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.

Asidao, C., Sevig, T. & Vasquez, J. (2008).  Do Something:  An Outreach Campaign to Increase College Student Mental Health Awareness.  Presented at the Big Ten Counseling Center Conference, Madison, Wisconsin.

Soet, J. & Vasquez, J. (2008).  Healthy Living:  Reinforcing a Safe and Supportive Climate for Student Success.  Presented at the Social Climate Matters Conference, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.

Vasquez, J. (2008).  MI Talk:  Creating a WEB of Support for Students at the University of Michigan.  Presented at the Depression on College Campus Conference, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

Vasquez, J. (2008).  Using Research to Partner with Students on Mental Health.  Presented at the Deconstructing Theory to Practice:  The Fourth Annual Student Affairs Research Symposium, University of Michigan, Ann Abor, MI. 

Byrne, H., Coffey, R. & Vasquez, J. (2007).  Student Affairs Programs with a Social Justice Lens: A Roundtable Discussion.  Chaired roundtable discussion at the Michigan College Student Personnel Association Annual Conference, Mt. Pleasant, MI.

Vasquez, J. (2007).  Engaging Students in the Wild:  Can We Really Do That? A Partnership Building Workshop for Students & Administrators.  Presented at the Michigan College Student Personnel Association Annual Conference, Mt. Pleasant, MI