SHORT COURSE FOR FACULTY - HISTORY OF INEQUALITY IN THE UNITED STATES: EVIDENCE AND TEACHING TOOLS
We invite all faculty to consider enrollment in an innovative faculty development project. The purpose of this hybrid short course is to expand faculty knowledge regarding structural inequalities in the United States related to a number of topics. Access a video presentation or podcast and participate in a group discussion either online or in person, or both.
- History of Privilege in the U.S.
- History of African Americans in the U.S.
- History of Inequality Related to Immigration in the U.S.
- Ableism and Structural Inequality in the U.S.
- Incorporating American Indian Topics in Your Curriculum: Histories, Practices, & Models
- History of Inequality for Latino Americans
- History of Inequality for LGBT Identities in the U.S.
- History of Inequality for Women in the U.S.
- History of Religious Oppression in the U.S.
- Economic Class and Income Inequality in the U.S.
- History of Asian Americans in the U.S.
The complete program details the faculty facilitators, online module availability, and face-to-face discussion schedule. To enroll in the course and have access to the online materials, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please register in Sprout for the face-to-face discussions.
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