Decolonizing Syllabi Workshop
Join the College of Education Advancing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Task Force for a Decolonizing Syllabus Workshop. Participants will discuss approaches to course design with considerations of culture and equity in education.
Ask the Expert: What is Culturally Responsive Teaching? ‘Teaching That Acknowledges, Attends to and Leverages the Cultures, Values and Ways of Knowing of Young People,’ Say Assistant Professors Chandra Alston, Michelle Falter and Crystal Chen Lee
To help students become more fully motivated and engaged in the classroom, and to help them better develop their identities, NC State College of Education Assistant Professors Chandra Alston, Ph.D., Michelle Falter, Ph.D., and Crystal Chen Lee, Ed.D., said that engaging in culturally responsive teaching practices is crucial for educators.
2021 B.U.I.L.D. Summit
The NC State College of Education will host the Brothers United in Leadership Development (B.U.I.L.D.) Summit, an annual event designed to expose 9th-11th grade high school male students, in particular male students of color, to the diverse role of leaders in a growing global society.
Pack IDEAs Student Spotlight: Caranda Shubrick ’24PHD
In the April 2021 edition of Pack IDEAs (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access), a newsletter released by the NC State College of Education Change Agent Task Force, we celebrated Stress Awareness Month. Caranda Shubrick ’24PHD was the student spotlight and discussed how she takes care of herself while engaging in diversity, equity and inclusion work.
Pack IDEAs Faculty Spotlight: Lisa Bass, Ph.D.
In the April 2021 edition of Pack IDEAs (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access), a newsletter released by the NC State College of Education Change Agent Task Force, we highlighted the work of Associate Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Lisa Bass, Ph.D., in the area of diversity, equity and inclusion.
Council on Multicultural Initiatives and Diversity Celebrates Cultural Heritage of Educators Through Events, Guest Speakers Like Documentarian, Educator and Author Doris Derby, Ph.D.
When approaching civil rights with students at Georgia State University, Doris Derby, Ph.D., always used what she called “The Five Cs.” She shared this philosophy and more about her experiences during the Council on Multicultural Initiatives and Diversity’s Tuesday Together gathering on March 23, 2021.
‘I Want to Hold Our Feet to the Fire Around Justice:’ Gloria Ladson-Billings Discusses Education After COVID, Civil Unrest During Don C. Locke Multiculturalism and Social Justice Symposium
As a former social studies educator, Gloria Ladson-Billings, Ph.D.,says she carries around a copy of the United States Constitution in her backpack on a regular basis. While many educational institutions are currently focused on issues of equity, Ladson-Billings said the more important term is one that is written into that Constitution as a fundamental right for all: justice.
Moment in Time with Doris Derby, Ph.D.: Through the Lens of an American Historian
COMID's Tuesday Together will feature Doris Derby, Ph.D., an educational administrator, documentary photographer and author who has published articles and Civil Rights documentary photographs in books and films. Join us on March 23.
Pack IDEAs Faculty Spotlight: Sarah Cannon, Ph.D.
In the March 2021 edition of Pack IDEAs (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Access), a newsletter released by the NC State College of Education Change Agent Task Force, we highlighted the work of Assistant Teaching Professor and Assistant Director of Professional Education Sarah Cannon, Ph.D., in the area of diversity, equity and inclusion.
Ask the Expert: How Can Educators Help Advance Equity in Schools? ‘We Have to Get Comfortable Being Uncomfortable So That We Can Disrupt, Better Learn and Understand What’s Problematic Within Ourselves and in our Society,’ Says Professor Joy Gaston Gayles
Many schools and universities boast a diverse student body, but simply having diversity is not the same as providing an equitable educational experience for students across all backgrounds, says Joy Gaston Gayles, Ph.D., professor of higher education and senior advisor for advancing diversity, equity and inclusion in the NC State College of Education. She explains how educators can become change agents and engage in anti-racist work that can help create more equitable experiences for all.