Can We Really Talk: Conversations Around Diversity, Race and Inclusion in the Classroom Pt. 1

September 25, 2019 - 3:00pm to 4:30pm
TECH Center, 109

This semester, join us for interesting conversations around diversity, race, and inclusion in the classroom as we consider how the media plays a role in various aspects of our teaching. 

Session One - Teaching About Bias Through the Lens of Media 

Many students are familiar with the word bias, but are unsure how it systematically plays a role in different social environments. This session will explore how to acknowledge, teach and talk about bias with students (including our own biases). Additionally, we will discuss how media influences the examples and perspectives students bring to class, and consider the challenges and benefits it presents when navigating topics such as bias. 

Special Guest Facilitator: David W. Brown

Diversity Advisor to the Office of the Dean
Assistant Professor of Instruction
Director of Public Relations Internships and Field Experiences
Department of Advertising and Public Relations
Klein College of Media and Communication

Registration for this session does not register you for subsequent sessions. Register for all three sessions of this series by also clicking here and here.

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