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Saturday, November 19 • 9:00am - 9:45am
Strengthening Student Belonging Through Effective Teaching

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Whether teaching online, in-person, or hybrid, the key to accelerating student success, belonging, and equity is to create welcoming and inclusive learning environments. By implementing effective and equity-promoting teaching practices, faculty can ensure that all students feel they belong and achieve at higher levels. This session will focus on how the Association of College and University Educators’ (ACUE) faculty development programs enable institutions and faculty to close equity gaps, achieve better student outcomes, and empower students in the classroom. In this panel discussion, the presenters share how they are creating a campus-wide focus on student belonging by preparing and supporting faculty through their participation in ACUE’s Inclusive Teaching for Equitable Learning microcredential. The course equips faculty with evidence-based teaching practices, with a focus on inclusive pedagogy. These three panelists will share their experiences both participating in and facilitating the course, faculty and student impacts, and lessons learned along the way and will also offer insights to attendees who are considering applying similar student success strategies at their own institutions. 

Sponsored by ACUE


Martha Bless

Academic Director, ACUE

Anika Simone Johnson

Director of Equity & Inclusion, University of Rochester

Adrienne Morgan

Senior Associate Dean for Equity and Inclusion, University of Rochester

Nicole R. Herman

University of Rochester

Saturday November 19, 2022 9:00am - 9:45am PST
603 (Skagit)