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Jan 26

4:30 p.m. @ James J. Johnson Auditorium

Tea & Ethics

Race in the Classroom

Thursday, Jan. 26

4:30 p.m. | Johnson Auditorium
Wall 116

This panel discussion features faculty members Christian Smith and Emma Howes, assistant professors of English, exploring how CCU students and faculty members experience and handle questions about race in their day-to-day classroom interactions. Questions to be covered include the following: Is today's classroom a post-racial realm in which students are treated equally no matter who they are? Do students and faculty members feel comfortable sharing their experiences of race in the classroom? What pedagogical strategies can help create a learning environment in which students and faculty members can explore questions or race and identity freely?

Presented by: The Jackson Family Center for Ethics and Values

Free and open to the public.

Contact Jackson Family Center for Ethics and Values for additional information