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Friday, November 18 • 3:00pm - 3:45pm
Choose-Your-Own Conversation on Integrating Equity and Educational Development

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The Equity & Education Special Interest Group (SIG) is one of the newest SIGs in POD. Please join us to discuss how equity intersects with and is inextricably tied to educational development work. During this session, participants will suggest and choose from different small-group discussion options, e.g., self-care, how to address legacies of oppression during faculty consultations, and spaces to share your own projects. Each group will have a prompt to spark conversation. Documented takeaways include action items, shared notes, and resources to inform future SIG discussion.

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Anna Santucci (she/lei/sie/ella)

CIRTL Senior Lecturer, Teaching & Learning Enhancement, University College Cork
Hello dear colleagues!My values: I believe in education for liberation and its power to perform better futures into existence. I cherish human connections, collaborative exploration, and the playful adventure of encountering each other authentically, with curiosity and generosity... Read More →
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Christine O'Donnell

Education Program Manager, American Physical Society
Christine O’Donnell (she/her) is an Education Program Manager at the American Physical Society. Christine leads efforts to strengthen departments' abilities to recruit and retain students, implement more effective courses, and attend to equity, diversity, and inclusion (Effective... Read More →
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Amber Handy

Associate Vice Provost for the Center for Excellence in Inclusive Teaching & Learning, University of Wisconsin-Parkside - Kenosha, WI
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Martina Rosenberg she/her

Director for Teaching and Learning Assessment, University of Connecticut
Professional interests are student centered assessment and in meaningful documentation and evaluation of teaching that promote organizational change. Would love to be more engaged in SoED, but currently find it challenging to carve out the time and focus. Away from work you might... Read More →
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Derina Samuel

Associate Director, Graduate Student Development, Cornell University
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Ruthann Thomas

Associate Director of Teaching & Learning, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
My work as Associate Director of Teaching + Learning at MIT's Teaching + Learning Lab is informed by my experiences as an educational developer, a seasoned classroom teacher and former faculty member, and a scientist with expertise in memory and metacognition. I also taught in the... Read More →

Friday November 18, 2022 3:00pm - 3:45pm PST
605 (Snohomish)