Creating Inclusive Classrooms: Perspectives from Faculty Development

Posted by Association of American Colleges and Universities on November 27, 2017

Liberal Education, Summer/Fall 2017
Vol. 103, No. 3/4

This issue explores the role of faculty development in creating educational spaces that welcome students of all identities and encourage dialogue across perspectives. Also included are articles on intersectionality and liberal education, racial divides in the contemporary United States, student engagement in the 2016 election, cocurricular arts programming, and the public narrative about teaching and learning.

Liberation Politics: Identity, Protest, and the Aims of Liberal Education
By Lynn Pasquerella, Association of American Colleges and Universities

From the Editor
By Kathryn Peltier Campbell, Association of American Colleges and Universities

Featured Topic
Overview: Faculty Development for Inclusive Educational Environments
By Patricia Gurin and Kelly Maxwell, University of Michigan

Using Dialogue to Create Inclusive Classrooms: A Case Study from a Faculty Institute
By Kelly Maxwell and Patricia Gurin, University of Michigan

Rallies, Protests, and Institutional Change: How Consultants Can Address Campus Climate
By Kristie A. Ford, Skidmore College

Advancing Diversity and Inclusion through Strategic Multilevel Leadership
By Kathy Takayama, Northeastern University; Matthew Kaplan, University of Michigan; and Alison Cook-Sather, Bryn Mawr College

Institutionalizing Inclusion in the In-Between
By Peter Felten, Elon University

Diversity Work in Contentious Times: The Role of the Chief Diversity Officer
By Kathleen Wong(Lau), San José State University

Intersectionality and Liberal Education
By Johnnella E. Butler, Spelman College

“Why Are All the Black Kids Still Sitting Together in the Cafeteria?” and other Conversations about Race in the Twenty-First Century
By Beverly Daniel Tatum, Spelman College

Leveraging a National Opportunity to Create a New Model for Civic Engagement
By Hanna Rodriguez-Farrar and Ashley Finley, Dominican University of California

Cocurricular Arts Programming and an Integrative First-Year Experience
By James Creech and Maryam Zomorodian, University of Notre Dame

My View
Shaping the Public Narrative about Teaching and Learning
By Patrick Sullivan, Manchester Community College (Connecticut)

Liberal Education expresses the voices of educators, faculty, administrators, and others who are working to enrich liberal learning and undergraduate education.

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