Anti-Racist Pedagogy in Action: A Columbia Faculty Panel
OPEN TO STUDENTS, FACULTY, AND STAFF | ONLINE ONLY (VIA ZOOM) | REGISTRATION REQUIRED
Classrooms often serve as microcosms of larger society, and it is no surprise that instructors across Columbia University, and higher education more broadly, have reimagined their own pedagogical approaches with a lens toward inclusivity, equity, and anti-racism. Please join the Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty Advancement and the Center for Teaching and Learning in a discussion with Columbia University faculty who are engaging with anti-racist pedagogies in their classes. During this 90-minute panel discussion, five instructors will share how they enact anti-racist pedagogies in their courses and then take questions from the audience. Please feel welcome to submit your questions ahead of the panel by using this form.
Tugce Bilgin, Lecturer, Frontiers of Science Fellows Program
Nicholas Bock, Lecturer, Earth and Environmental Sciences
Latisha Hanson, Assistant Professor of Nursing, Columbia University Irving Medical Campus (CUIMC)
Matthea Marquart, Assistant Dean of Online Education and Senior Adjunct Lecturer, Columbia School of Social Work
Rochelle Mendonca, Assistant Professor, Occupational Therapy program, CUIMC