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Fostering an Inclusive Research and Learning Environment for Your Students

Faculty regularly engage with students from different backgrounds while teaching, advising and mentoring. A number of factors can influence the success of this engagement for both the faculty and the student, including the learning environments that faculty create and the way that they incorporate equitable practices into their teaching, mentoring and assessment practices. Join your colleagues to discuss effective strategies and tools to create equitable and engaging environments for students at Duke. Speakers: Kimberly Blackshear, Director of the Time Away Office; Michael Boyce, Associate Professor of Biochemistry; Charmaine Royal, Robert O. Keohane Professor of African & African American Studies Moderator: John Blackshear, Associate Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education and Dean of Students Eligible for RCR credit.


Diversity/Inclusion, Panel/Seminar/Colloquium, Webcast, Workshop/Short Course