Nov 9, 2021: Microaffirmations

4 January 2022

Microaffirmations, as the name implies, are the opposite of microaggressions–small actions, gestures, and interactions that can make traditionally marginalized individuals feel more seen, welcome, and safe in their environment. Though…

Jan 22, 2019: Class Act for Faculty and Staff: How We Talk about Socioeconomic Difference

24 January 2019

Class Act for Faculty and Staff: How We Talk about Socioeconomic Difference Class Act is a “for-students, by-students” space to discuss socioeconomic difference. This session will mirror that experience, encouraging…

Sept 11, 2018: Demystifying Carleton Financial Aid

20 September 2018

Financial aid is critical to making a Carleton education accessible, but it can seem like a black box. This is an opportunity to learn about the principles that guide Carleton’s…

Nov 1, 2016: Acknowledging Class in the Classroom

28 October 2016

Twelve percent (1 in 8) of Carleton students are identified as low-income, according to federal guidelines. Join TRIO staff to discuss faculty-provided scenarios related to how students’ socioeconomic status manifests…

Winter 2016: Campus Climate, National Issues, and Student Achievement

25 January 2016

This term’s lunch session focus on campus and classroom climate, as well as sessions that look at student achievement.  We also have a session on faculty research and an example of a different model for a common reading.

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