2019-20 Equity and Access Conversation Series
October 03, 2019
The Faculty Development Center invites all faculty, students and staff to take part in the Equity and Access Faculty Conversation Series: a series of monthly discussions and pizza lunches.
Join the Equity and Access Conversation Series to discuss crucial issues of justice and inclusion in higher education, with the goal of helping all Webster students achieve their academic goals. A schedule of this year’s meetings is below.
RSVP here if you plan to attend, as pizza will be served.
2020 Meeting Schedule
Supporting Students' Mental Health
Thursday, Jan. 30, noon-1 p.m., University Center Sunnen Lounge
Discussion about supporting students' mental health will be led by Samantha Sipple, assistant director, Counseling & Life Development, and Hasmik Chakaryan, associate professor, Department of Professional Counseling.
Supporting First-Generation Students
Friday, Mar. 27, noon-1 p.m., University Center Sunnen Lounge
Discussion leaders will be Corey Hawkins, Transitions coordinator, Academic Resource Center; JB Kwon, associate professor, Department of Anthropology & Sociology.
2019 Meeting Schedule
Supporting Students with Autism
Friday, Oct. 11, noon-1 p.m., Library Conference Room (Library 120)
Discussion on supporting students with autism/ASD will be led by John Aleshunas, professor of Math & Computer Science; and Morgan Grotewiel, assistant professor of Psychology, along with Webster students.
Supporting International Students
Thursday, Nov. 21, noon-1 p.m., Library Conference Room (Library 120)
Discussion on supporting international students will be led by Bethany Keller, assistant director, MCISA; and Carolyn Trachtova, director, ESL Program, Academic Resource Center, along with Webster students.