Document Type

Event

Event Title

Inclusive Excellence in the Classroom and Beyond: Implications for Teaching, Scholarship, and Service

Presenter Information

Deborah McMakinFollow

Location

MC 415

Start Date

11-1-2017 1:15 PM

End Date

11-1-2017 2:15 PM

Description

Incorporating diversity and inclusive excellence into your teaching, advising, scholarship, and service can take on many forms such as incorporating new content, facilitating conversations about inequity, oppression and/or privilege, interacting with students in culturally responsive ways and/or developing selfawareness. Panelists will include faculty who are current and former participants of the Widening the Circle (WTC) Faculty Institute representing the humanities, social, and natural sciences. We will share how inclusive excellence reflects and informs our work as educators and scholars, emphasizing the myriad ways we implement inclusive excellence in our teaching, advising, scholarship and service activities over the course of an academic year. Implications for professional development and student outcomes will be also be discussed.

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Jan 11th, 1:15 PM Jan 11th, 2:15 PM

Inclusive Excellence in the Classroom and Beyond: Implications for Teaching, Scholarship, and Service

MC 415

Incorporating diversity and inclusive excellence into your teaching, advising, scholarship, and service can take on many forms such as incorporating new content, facilitating conversations about inequity, oppression and/or privilege, interacting with students in culturally responsive ways and/or developing selfawareness. Panelists will include faculty who are current and former participants of the Widening the Circle (WTC) Faculty Institute representing the humanities, social, and natural sciences. We will share how inclusive excellence reflects and informs our work as educators and scholars, emphasizing the myriad ways we implement inclusive excellence in our teaching, advising, scholarship and service activities over the course of an academic year. Implications for professional development and student outcomes will be also be discussed.