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Framing Your Academic Activism on the Job Market

Butler Library Room 212

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For better or worse, the 2016 election brought sensitive issues into our classrooms to unprecedented degrees. For the next four years, how can we help our students across disciplines grapple with–and remain conscious of–ongoing political conflicts in the Trump era? This three-part series on “Activist Pedagogy in the Trump Era” will address strategies for graduate students who are interested in integrating activism in their teaching, in their classrooms and on the job market.

In this final session of the series, participants will workshop materials for the job market, focusing on how to frame politically conscious pedagogy in teaching, diversity and mentoring statements. Snacks and refreshments will be served.

To learn more about this program and its requirements, visit: CTLgrads Learning Communities