Anti-Racist Community-Engaged Learning Symposium
Join in a national dialogue with leading scholars on advancing best practices in anti-racist community-engaged pedagogy. This virtual symposium will feature morning and afternoon sessions addressing principles and practices of anti-racist engaged teaching and learning.
DATE: September 20, 2021
TIME: 11:00 am – 4:00 pm EDT
What is the agenda?
The morning panel will explore a Statement of Principles of Anti-Racist Community-Engaged Pedagogy developed by a four-university team. In afternoon sessions, leading scholars will share how their work relates to these principles. In addition, participants will explore how they can apply the lens of anti-racist community engagement to research and to faculty and staff development.
Who should attend?
This symposium will provide hands-on information for faculty, civic engagement and DEI staff, graduate students, academic administrators, and community partners. It is appropriate for colleges and universities from across the United States and beyond.
The symposium is sponsored by Campus Compact, the Massachusetts Department of Higher Education, the University of Massachusetts Amherst, and Salem State, Worcester State, and Fitchburg State Universities.