Upcoming Events


Radical Hope:  A Teaching Manifesto

Mondays or Tuesdays throughout Fall semester from 12:00pm - 1:00pm (click on title above for more information & specific dates)

Microsoft Teams Session: link will be provided to registered participants

In his book, Radical Hope: A Teaching Manifesto, Kevin M. Gannon aims to help educators understand the idea of student “success” as moving from traditional viewpoints to more holistic and inclusionary approaches including well-being, thriving, belonging, and overall resilience.  Gannon asks that we consider two significant questions in order to engage in radical hope in our university learning spaces: “Who are we as we present ourselves to our students?” and “What are we saying to students about how we perceive and receive them?” These questions frame the reimagination of course syllabi, classroom dynamics, and student engagement. Participants will receive a complimentary copy of the book. Facilitator: Michelle Corvette, Ph.D., Assistant Director, Center for Teaching and Learning.



Creating an Equity and Care Ecosystem in Education

Dr. Maha Bali, Associate Professor

Friday, October 1, 2021 | 9:00am - 11:00am

This session will focus on the importance of centering both Equity and care in educational institutions, and will unpack the intersections and levels of both. In order to center care and equity in classrooms, we need create ecosystems of care and equity within our institutions, and this session will explore ways of doing so and encourage participants to suggest solutions for their own context.

Virtual Session: A link to join will be provided to all registered participants



It's in the Syllabus:  Crafting a Syllabus for First Generation Student Success

Monday, November 8, 2021 | 12:00pm - 1:30pm

  • 75 min interactive presentation
  • 15 min continued conversations and Q&A

This session is part of the First Generation Celebration Week.  In this session, instructors will learn strategies for using the syllabus as an important tool that communicates not only course policies but care and commitment to students and their learning. This interactive session will further explore strategies that promote student engagement with the syllabus. 

Link for registration coming soon!

Microsoft Teams Session: A link to join will be provided to all registered participants