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Race and Cultural Competencies: A Student Perspective
King Library Great Hall
Wednesday, September 21, 2016 - 3:30pm
Panel concludes at 5:00.
Teaching for student success begins by understanding more fully who our students are. Although faculty, staff and administrators strive to create diverse and inclusive instructional environments, many students feel isolated and unwelcome on campus. This panel is the first in a series of conversations that aims to address the hostilities of University culture. To better support underrepresented campus populations, CELT has invited undergraduate and graduate speakers to share their perspectives on classroom climates and how culturally responsive instructional practices can have a positive effect on academic achievement.