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Publications

Daye, C. E., Panter, A. T., Allen, W. R., & Wightman, L. F. (in press). Does race matter in educational diversity? A legal and empirical analysis. [Special issue: Affirmative Action in Higher Education: An Early Sunset?] Rutgers Race & the Law Review, 13.

Upton, R. D., Panter, A. T., Daye, C. E., Allen, W. R., & Wightman, L. F. (in press). Examining the relationship between self-reported assertiveness, perceived discrimination, and college environment in a national sample of Black women law students. Psychology of Women Quarterly.

Stucky, B., Gottfredson, N. C., Panter, A. T., Daye, C. E., Allen, W. R., & Wightman, L. F. (2011). An item response theory-based revision of the Everyday Discrimination Scale. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 17, 175-185.

Daye, C. E., Panter, A. T., Allen, W. R., Wightman, L. F., & Deo, M. E. (2010). Educational diversity in U.S. law schools. In Penelope L. Peterson, Eva L. Baker, and Barry McGraw (Eds.), The International Encyclopedia of Education (3rd Edition). Oxford: Elsevier.

Deo, M., Allen, W. R., Panter, A. T., Daye, C. E., & Wightman, L. F. (2010). Struggles and supports: Diversity in U. S. law schools. National Black Law Journal, 23, 71-84.

Gottfredson, N., Panter, A. T., Daye, C. E., Allen, W. R., & Wightman, L. F. (2009). The effects of educational diversity in a national sample of law students: Fitting multilevel latent variable models in national data with categorical indicators. Multivariate Behavioral Research, 44, 305-331. [Awarded the 2010 J.S. Tanaka Award for most outstanding paper in the 2009 MBR by the Society of Multivariate Experimental Psychology.]

Panter, A. T., Daye, C. E., Allen, W. R., Wightman, L. F., Deo, M. E. (2009). It matters how and when you ask: Self-reported race/ethnicity of incoming law students. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 15, 51-66.

Gottfredson, N. C., Panter, A. T., Daye, C. E., Allen, W. R., Wightman, L. F., & Deo, M. E. (2008). Does diversity at undergraduate institutions influence learning and democracy outcomes? Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 1, 80-94.

Gottfredson, N., Panter, A. T., Daye, C. E., Allen, W. R., Wightman, L. F., & Deo, M. E. (2008). Predictors of life satisfaction in a national sample of law students. Journal of Legal Education, 58, 520-530.

Panter, A. T., Daye, C. E., Allen, W. R., Wightman, L. F., & Deo, M. E. (2008). Everyday discrimination in a national sample of incoming law students. Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 1, 67-79.

Presentations

2009 - present

Daye, C. E., Panter, A. T., Allen, W. R., & Wightman, L. F., & Deo, M. E. (2011, February). Grutter and educational domains: Exploring diversity’s empirical effects. Paper presented at the University of North Carolina Festival of Legal Learning, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

Daye, C. E., Panter, A. T., Allen, W. R., & Wightman, L. F., & Deo, M. E. (2010, February). Why diversity matters . Paper presented at the University of North Carolina Festival of Legal Learning, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

Upton, R. D., Panter, A. T., Daye, C. E., Allen, W. R., & Wightman, L. F., & Deo, M. E. (2009, June). Examining characteristics, motivations, and career goals of Black students who attend Historically Black Colleges and Law Schools. Paper presented at National Black Graduate Conference in Psychology. New York, New York.

Woodruff, M., Deo, M. E., Allen, W. R., Panter, A. T., & Daye, C. E. (2009, November). Socratic mentoring: Calling on students’ mentoring experiences in law school. Paper presented at the Association for the Study of Higher Education, Vancouver, British Columbia.

2008

Gottfredson, N. C., Panter, A. T., Daye, C. E., Allen, W. A., Wightman, L. F., & Deo, M., (2008, August). Predictors of life satisfaction in graduating law students. Paper to be presented at American Psychological Association Meetings, Boston, Massachusetts.

 

Upton, R., Panter, A. T., Daye, C. E., Allen, W. A., Wightman, L. F., & Deo, M., (2008, August). Religion and the role of political attitudes. Paper to be presented at American Psychological Association Meetings, Boston, Massachusetts.

 

Gottfredson, N. C., Stucky, B. D., Panter, A. T., Daye, C. E., Allen, W. A., & Wightman, L. F. (2008, August). Local dependence in the Everyday Discrimination Scale: Findings and suggestions. Paper to be presented at American Psychological Society Meetings, Chicago, Illinois.

 

Stucky, B. D., Gottfredson, N. C., Panter, A. T., Daye, C. E., Allen, W. A., & Wightman, L. F. (2008, August). Item response theory detects differential item functioning in the Everyday Discrimination Scale. Paper to be presented at American Psychological Society Meetings, Chicago, Illinois..

 

Deo, M. E., Griffin, K., Allen, W. A., Panter, A. T., Daye, C. E., Allen, W. A., & Wightman, L. F. (2008, April). More than friends: The experience and influence of peer mentoring in law school. Paper presented at American Educational Research Association Meetings, Boston, Massachusetts.

Daye, C. E., Panter, A. T., Allen, W. A., & Wightman, L. F., & Deo, M. E. (2008, February). Beyond Grutter: Race, educational diversity, and the future legal profession. Paper presented at the University of  North Carolina Festival of Legal Learning, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

2007

Panter, A. T., Daye, C. E., Allen, W. A., & Wightman, L. F., Deo, M., & Gottfredson (2007, October). Predictors of health outcomes in graduating law students: Recent findings from the Educational Diversity Project. Paper presented at the Society of Multivariate Experimental Psychology, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

Gottfredson, N. C., Panter, A. T., Daye, C. E., Allen, W. A., & Wightman, L. F., & Deo, M. (2007, August). Undergraduate institutions and law student attitudes: Analyzing the effects of diversity. Paper presented at the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, California.

Panter, A. T., Daye, C. E., Wightman, L. F., Deo, M. E., & Allen, W. A. (2007, August). The Educational Diversity Project: How race contributes to law students’ attitudes, expectations, and experiences. Paper presented at the symposium (W. Allen & D. Hunt, chairs), Higher Education in the 21st Century: Affirmative Action, Educational Diversity and Student Learning. American Sociological Association, New York, New York.

 

Gottfredson, N., Panter, A. T., Daye, C. E., Allen, W. A., & Wightman, L. F. , & Deo, M. (2007, May). Diversity and educational outcomes in higher education: Findings from a national survey of incoming law students. Paper presented at the American Psychological Society, Washington, DC.

Upton, R., Panter, A. T., Daye, C. E., Allen, W. A., & Wightman, L. F. , & Deo, M. (2007, May).  Contemporary views regarding affirmative action in U.S. law students. Paper presented at the American Psychological Society, Washington, D.C.

Deo, M., Allen, W. A., Panter, A. T., Daye, C. E., & Wightman, L. F. (2007, April). Not paint by number: How race and gender of law school professors affect the curriculum. Paper presented in the session, Diversity in Practice and Research Division I-Education in the Professions, the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, Illinois.

Deo, M., Panter, A. T., Allen, W. A., Daye, C. E., & Wightman, L. F. (2007, April). From experience to attitude: Linking early exposure to diversity with post-college affirmative action support. Paper presented in the session, Social Contexts of Educational Policy, Politics, The American Educational Research Association, Chicago, Illinois.

2006

Daye, C. E., Panter, A. T., Allen, W. A., & Wightman, L. F. (2006, October). Diversity is about educational diversity, not quantity. Paper presented at the John William Pope Center for Higher Education Policy Conference, Diversity: How much and what kinds do universities need? Raleigh, North Carolina.

Panter, A. T., Daye, C. E., Allen, W. A., & Wightman, L. F. (2006, February). Social psychology's role in addressing links between race and educational diversity in higher education: The Educational Diversity Project. Paper presented at the Social Psychology Program ORG, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

Daye, C. E., Panter, A. T., Allen, W. A., & Wightman, L. F. (2006, January). First findings: Does race contribute to educational diversity? ["Hot Topics” Session]. Paper presented at the Association of American Law Schools Meeting: Washington, D.C.

2005

Allen, W. A., Daye, C. E., Panter, A. T., Wightman, L. F., Deo, M., Elizondo, E., & Griffin, K. (2005, November). Blind justice?: Race, gender, school context, and educational diversity in U.S. law schools. Paper presented at a public address at Spelman College, Atlanta, Georgia.

Daye, C. E., Panter, A. T., Allen, W. A., & Wightman, L. F. (2005, October). What’s race got to do with it?: Personal factors and educational diversity in U.S. law schools. Paper presented at the National Association of Hearing Officials [Plenary Session]. Durham, North Carolina.

Panter, A. T., Daye, C. E., Allen, W. A., & Wightman, L. F. (2005, August). How quantitative psychology can address questions about race, admissions, and student experience in higher education: The Educational Diversity Project. Paper presented at the second annual National Minority Student Statistics Conference, the Society of Multivariate Experimental Psychology, Howard University, Washington, D.C.

Allen, W. A., Daye, C. E., Panter, A. T., Wightman, L. F., Deo, M., Elizondo, E., & Griffin, K. (2005, July). Understanding links between race and educational diversity in US law students. Paper presented at the symposium, The Political Economy of Higher Education Disparities:  Gender, Race and Cultural Identities (M. H. McKinney, chair), 37th World Congress of the International Institute of Sociology, Stockholm Sweden.

Daye, C. E., Panter, A. T., Allen, W. A., & Wightman, L. F. (2005, June). What’s race got to do with it?: Personal factors and educational diversity in U.S. law schools. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Law School Admission Council, Indian Wells, California.

Panter, A. T., Daye, C. E.,Allen, W. A., & Wightman, L. F. (2005, April). Psychometric challenges in understanding the role of race and personal factors on educational diversity in U.S. law schools. Paper presented at the L. L. Thurstone Psychometric Laboratory, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

Daye, C. E., Panter, A. T., Allen, W. A., & Wightman, L. F. (2005, February). Assessing the effects of race and other factors on educational diversity in U.S. law schools. Paper presented at the University of North Carolina Festival of Legal Learning, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

2004

Panter, A. T., Daye, C. E., Allen, W. A., & Wightman, L. F. (2004, October). A preliminary report on a national study of incoming law students looking at relations between race and educational diversity. Paper presented at the Society of Multivariate Experimental Psychology, Sanibel Island, Florida.

 

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