This Conversation will be facilitated by Dr. Phyllis Ryder and the members of the 2018 Nashman Faculty Learning Community on the #BlackLivesMatter movement. They will address the sensitivity and skills needed to facilitate reflective discussions that help students connect their personal experiences in the community with larger societal inequities and national movements that are working to address them.
9:30am, Coffee and connection with colleagues
9:45am, Conversation begins
This event is part of the Nashman Center's Conversations on Community-Engaged Scholarship Series, which brings GW’s community-engaged faculty together for a light breakfast and stimulating conversations on a variety of topics related to community-engaged teaching, research, and creative activity.
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Open to Faculty
GW Libraries and Academic Innovation and the Honey W. Nashman Center for Civic Engagement and Public Service