Faculty Development

Decolonizing Global and Local Experiential Learning

Postponed until further notice

This three-session series investigates ethical approaches to global and local experiential learning through a decolonization lens. The first session will dive into foundational research on decolonizing curriculum. The second session will involve a site visit. The third session session will focus on synthesizing, reflecting, and preparing to adapt future courses and content towards decolonization. The workshop will be facilitated by Theresa Heath (Associate Director, IOS) and Alyssa Herzog Melby (Assistant Director, ACE).

Participation is limited to ten (10) faculty and instructional support staff. Faculty will receive a $50 honorarium for each session attended.

The tentative meeting and site visit dates are:
First session: on-campus with discussion of readings
Second session: site visit to Hocokata Ti
Third session: on-campus with discussion of readings

This workshop is supported by International and Off-Campus Studies, the Academic Civic Engagement program, and the Center for Innovation in the Liberal Arts.