Past Events

Jul.
7

2:00–3:15 pm

Fostering Inclusive Remote Classrooms

Zoom web conference

In this interactive workshop, we will consider how to apply principles of inclusive pedagogy to the unique opportunities afforded by remote teaching and learning.

Jul.
2

2:00–3:15 pm

Ways to Enhance STEM Courses with Inclusive Pedagogy

Zoom web conference

With an understanding that inclusive pedagogy involves embracing diversity and fostering talent in a range of students, we will discuss specific inclusive strategies that have been used to enhance the participation of students in STEM courses

Jun.
30

2:00–3:15 pm

Principles and Practices of Inclusive Pedagogy

Zoom web conference

Inclusive teaching involves embracing diversity as an asset and designing courses and interactions that foster talent in a range of students. Join this interactive workshop in which participants will be introduced to a framework for inclusive pedagogy and explore how it can be applied in their courses.

Jun.
4

5:00–6:00 pm

Black Men Engaged Virtual Meeting

Zoom web conference

Join the Black Men Engaged Resource Group for a virtual discussion about prolific mentorship.

Jun.
3

12:00–1:00 pm

UChicago Queer History Virtual Tour

Zoom web conference

LGBTQ Student Life invites students to journey through queer history at the University of Chicago.

Jun.
1

4:00–5:00 pm

Butterfly Support Group

Online

The Butterfly Support Group is a confidential space for students who would like to gain support and insight on dealing with the stressors surrounding immigration policy and changes that may impact them or their families.

May.
29

12:30–2:00 pm

COVID-19, Communities, and Citizenship: A View from the Americas

Zoom web conference

As the brunt of the COVID-19 pandemic has now come to be felt most acutely in the Americas, join us for a conversation with advocates and activists from Cali, Chicago, and Port-au-Prince about the impact of COVID-19 on their cities, and the strategies to support affected communities. 

May.
28

4:00–5:15 pm

Remembering Mine: A Roundtable on Liberatory Memory Work

Zoom web conference

Attend a virtual roundtable discussion exploring the power of liberatory memory work and truth-telling platforms on the five-year anniversary of Chicago's reparations ordinance for survivors of Jon Burge police torture.

May.
28

12:00–1:00 pm

Diversity Dialogues: Jahne Brown and Justin Douglas

Zoom web conference

Diversity Dialogues are monthly sessions designed to bring together individuals from across the University to learn about and act upon issues related to diversity and inclusion. This session will feature Jahne Brown and Justin Douglas.

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