Tough Talks: Intersectional Identities

These talks engage our entire campus community in difficult conversations about the state of teaching, learning, and higher education. We designed them to bring folks with a variety of perspectives together to take part in thoughtful conversations about pressing issues.

This year, we’ve isolated a theme around “intersectionality” to provide ourselves with space to support our students and colleagues.

Watch for more information in the next few weeks about this series, collaborators, sessions, and opportunities to engage. 

Beyond the Asterisk: Understanding Native Students in Higher Education. Asynchronous discussions in Canvas: March 29 through April 16. Live discussion via Microsoft Teams: Thursday, Apr. 22, 1-2 p.m. This event is a part of a larger series created in collaboration with the faculty of the First Nations Studies program. Stay tuned for more information on upcoming events.

Reading Group: “Beyond the Asterisk: Understanding Native Students in Higher Education” (Mar. 29–Apr. 16) (Live Session: Apr. 22)

Our next CATL “Tough Talk” will be around the book Beyond the Asterisk: Understanding Native Students in Higher Education by editors Heather J. Shotton, Shelly C. Lowe, and Stephanie J. Waterman. This book will help us lead discussions about how to better support our First Nations students and support those who are trying to remove the asterisk as a signaling tool for First Nations peoples in research and practice. You can access the e-book for free through the library.

From Mar. 29 through Apr. 16 we will host asynchronous discussions covering readings and resources our co-facilitator, Crystal Lepscier, finds of value for this topic. We’ll leave the discussions open for about three weeks, and then those of us who are able to meet online will convene on Thursday, Apr. 22 from 1–2 p.m. via Microsoft Teams to discuss some actionable, tangible strategies or steps we can take to affect change at UW-Green Bay. We will also be joined by Adrienne Thunder and Steven Martin, co-authors of Chapter 2, for our discussions! Click below to register for access to the Canvas course and meeting link.

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This event is a part of a larger series created in collaboration with the staff and faculty of the First Nations Studies program. View the series, titled Building Our Shared Stories Through First Nations Student Engagement, and a complete list of events here.

HIPs @ 10 Reading Series: URSCA

Join us for our third High-Impact Practices @ 10 reading series discussion on February 18, 2019 from 3:00-4:30 PM in MAC Hall 201 or virtually via Blackboard Collaborate Ultra!

The Association of American Colleges and Universities High-Impact Practices turn “10” this year! In honor of that milestone, and an initiative sponsored by UW System and the National Association of System Heads, we’ll highlight readings about Civic Engagement, Undergraduate Student Research and more with the help of the NASH Grant Leadership team.

Ryan Martin will lead a discussion on two chapters from Nancy H. Hensel edited collection, Course-Based Undergraduate Research: Educational Equity and High-Impact Practice.