301 – Building an Antiracist Faculty Community

    Presenters: Corbin Campbell (School of Education) & Cheryl Holcomb-McCoy (School of Education) 

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    Time: 2:30 PM – 3:20 PM

    Session Description

    This session will describe how the School of Education is working to build an antiracist faculty community, with a focus on antiracist faculty development, at various levels of influence. Topics include self-interrogation work, faculty hiring and orientation, the role of the Diversity Equity and Inclusion Committee, student groups and listening sessions, antiracist syllabi review, community-based partnerships, and curriculum development. Finally, we plan to discuss ways that our efforts toward culture change may be used by other units. 

    Learning Outcomes

    • Identify faculty development of antiracism across multiple levels (individual, interpersonal, organizational, community). 
    • Analyze the role of faculty in changing oppressive higher education policies and structure. 
    • Analyze how your own contexts may be able to improve support for and affirm Black, Brown, Indigenous and other students, faculty and staff with intersectionally oppressed identities. 

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