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Teaching Men of Color
Teaching Men of color

Spring 2017 series

Join us for the following workshops presented by Dr. Frank Harris, III and Dr. J. Luke Wood, co-directors of Minority Male Community College Collaborative (M2C3), a national research and practice center of the Community College Equity Assessment Lab (CCEAL) that partners with community colleges to support their capacity in advancing outcomes for men of color. 

Teaching Men of Color Flyer Spring 2017 Schedule (PDF)

February 16, 2017 @ 2:30PM
Ensuring Equitable Outcomes for Community College Student-Athletes: An Institutional Responsibility Perspective
LRC 432
Flex #90801

Men of color comprise a critical mass of community college student-athletes.  Yet outcomes for men of color who compete in community college athletics are typically not on part with those of their female and majority male peers.  In this workshop the presenters will highlight equity gaps in community college athletics.  The presenters will also propose high impact practices to foster student equity in athletics.

March 24, 2017 @ 11:00 AM
Creating Conditions that Foster Engagement Among College Men of Color
LRC 435
Flex #90802
Student "engagement" is a common concept often used among educators in conversations on student success in college. However, rarely is a more fundamental question posed: Have we, as educators, made our students feel “welcome” to engage? Based on the concept of “Welcomeness to Engage,” the presenters will discuss strategies to enhance men of color’s authentic engagement in class.

April 7, 2017 @ 1:00PM
Equity Root Cause Analysis: An Innovative Approach to Advancing Student Success for Men Of Color
LRC 435
Flex #90803
In this workshop the presenters will guide participants through equity root cause analysis, a collective sense-making process that can be employed by educators to identify salient (or root) causes of equity gaps within institutional units.  By identifying root causes, educators are better-positioned to devise interventions to redress equity gaps and disparities within their departments and units.

May 4, 2017 @ 11:00AM (*note time change)
Unconscious Bias and Men of Color: Implications for Teaching and Serving
LRC 435
Flex #90804
In this workshop the presenters will discuss the concept of unconscious bias and the role that it plays in producing and sustaining disparities in student success outcomes for men of color in community colleges.  Implications for teaching and serving men of color will be explored.

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