Winter Conference 2020: Supporting and Recognizing Work for Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity

11 December 2020

This session was a discussion about ways that our departments and divisions can better support individual and collective work toward making Carleton a more inclusive, diverse, and equitable place. The…

Winter Conference 2020: Lightning Round: Teaching in the Modes

11 December 2020

Colleagues shared short presentations on their teaching adventures in the various teaching modes.  After the lightning round, participants broke into discussion groups to talk about the takeaways from students’ feedback…

Winter Conference 2020: Digital Projects for the Post Pandemic Classroom

11 December 2020

Although remote learning can present challenges to some types of classroom assignment, it also offers exciting new opportunities for digital project work that takes full advantage of the internet. This…

Winter Conference 2020: Student Panel

11 December 2020

Students speak about their experiences with the various teaching modes in the fall term (face-to-face, hybrid, mixed mode and online) and offer insights that will help the faculty design clearer…

Winter Conference 2020: Reflective Writing

11 December 2020

Participants brainstormed and discussed ways to use reflective and metacognitive writing for a variety of purposes: to bolster students’ thinking, to help them critically examine their strengths and the gaps…

Nov 10, 2020: What Supports Students, as Told By Alums and Current Students to Faculty

16 November 2020

The Supporting Students working group of the large summer faculty anti-racism discussion held two listening sessions, one with alums and one with current students, in response to their letters and…

October 6, 2020: Climate Action Plans and Course Collaborations

13 October 2020

Carleton College’s 2011 Climate Action Plan has a goal to be carbon-free by the year 2050 and the City of Northfield just passed it’s own plan to be carbon- free…

Sept 22, 2020: Discussing Racism and Systemic Inequality

22 September 2020

This past summer the Humanities Center supported 14 Summer Research Circles, many focused on issues of racism and systemic inequality. Come and hear about 3 of these discussions: Racial Identity…

Mar 5, 2020: Cinema & Media Studies as a Digital Liberal Art

10 March 2020

The Digital Liberal Arts, as well as the related area of Digital Humanities, have often had a less-than-engaged relationship with Media Studies, despite being a humanities discipline with a focus…

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