Tag: Fall 2023
After Affirmative Action Interactive Conversation Part II: Identifying Whiteness in Higher Education 🗓
In light of the upheaval caused by the recent Supreme Court ruling on affirmative action in college admissions, the CTL and Office of DEI are co-hosting a two-part Interactive Conversation on race and higher education. In this second part, we’ll build on concepts of race neutrality, discussed in our first event in the series, and how this obscures whiteness.
Join us for Faculty Fellow Rebecca Krucoff’s Faculty Spotlight presentation. Click here to RSVP and to learn more!
By popular demand, we’re hosting another AI and the Classroom Interactive Conversation this semester – and we’re extending it to a 90 minute session! Click here for more information.
Following the Supreme Court’s recent rulings on affirmative action, the CTL and Office of DEI are co-hosting a two-part, participant-led and CTL+DEI-guided Interactive Conversation. In this first part, we will discuss the historical and legal context for these rulings and the potential institutional and classroom implications for our campus, our colleagues, our students, and ourselves.
As an instructor, you don’t have to do it all when it comes to student success. There are many offices across campus who are there to support you as you support your students. The easiest way to tap into this network is by using Starfish. Click here for more information on the upcoming workshops.