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Brown Bag Discussions: Diversity in the Classroom


Brown-Bag lunch sessions provide informal opportunities for faculty to gather together and share knowledge, resources and techniques for handling specific, complex teaching topics. The discussion will be facilitated by Marc Ebenfield, Director, CETL. Links to pertinent resources will be provided and follow-up sessions may be created for popular topics.



Diversity in the Classroom, March 24 (BC), March 26 (PC) 

This interactive discussion will examine the politics of identity and the dynamics of power and privilege to help participants build greater self-awareness. The workshop will help participants understand their own social location in order to facilitate conversations across differences and create classroom policies, assignments and activities that display greater multicultural awareness, cultural sensitivity and social equity. 

Brown bag sessions will be held from 12:00-1:00 on both the Portland (Blewett 108) and Biddeford (3rd Floor Commons) campuses at the dates listed below. Online discussions will open on Sunday and close on Saturday the same week as the Face-to-Face sessions. Links to the online discussions will be sent the Friday before they open.


Karl Carrigan

(207) 221-4891

12:00 PM1:00 PM
Blewett 108

Portland Campus

Event canceled

All UNE Faculty and Staff