Join the American Political Science Association, Wednesday, October 27, 2021 at 12:00 PM EDT, for a webinar providing practical tips and suggestions for political science educators from all subfields to develop strategies to deliberately build a classroom environment where all students have equal access to knowledge, tools to build courses that are inclusive of the contributions of historically excluded scholars, and assignments or activities that present crucial introductory political science content to an increasingly diverse undergraduate student body. Register Here.
We are pleased to have five scholars join us in this roundtable conversation, moderated by Dr. Kimberly Mealy, Senior Director of Diversity and Inclusion Programs at APSA. Participating scholars:
• Dr. Linda Hasunuma, Assistant Director, Center for the Advancement of Teaching, Temple University.
• Dr. Veronica Reyna, Professor & Associate Chair, Department of Government, Houston Community College.
• Dr. Todd Shaw, Associate Professor, Political Science and African American Studies, University of South Carolina.
• Dr. Louis DeSipio, Professor, Political Science and Chicano/Latino Studies, University of California, Irvine.
The webinar’s recording will be posted to Educate, APSA’s virtual teaching and learning library.
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