The Faculty Development Center hosts “Digging Into Diversity,” a lecture series to help increase awareness about issues, gain insights and ideas, learn new skills to take back into the classroom or office, and meet with other faculty and staff.
The 90-minute sessions will be held in Room 240 of the Pollak Library.
Upcoming spring talks:
- Feb. 23, noon — “Navigating Racialized Spaces on Campus” led by Antoinette S. Linton, assistant professor of secondary education
- March 1, noon — “Providing Culturally Responsive Instruction to First-Generation College Students” with Benikia Kressler, assistant professor of special education
- March 15, noon — “Affirming Gender Nonconformity” by Alexis V. Arczynski, assistant professor of counseling psychology, University of Oklahoma
- April 12, 1 p.m. — “Brown Sugar and Coconuts — Exploring Identity Development and Colonial Mentality Among Filipina/o Americans” with William Concepcion, staff psychologist in Counseling and Psychological Services
Registration for the talks are through the calendar at the Faculty Development Center website. For more information, contact Matt Englar-Carlson, professor of counseling and FDC faculty coordinator for diversity and inclusion.