What do inclusive instructors do to create equitable and welcoming environments for their learners? During this webinar, the authors of What Inclusive Instructors Do: Principles and Practices for Excellence in College Teaching will discuss the small steps instructors can take to foster more inclusive classrooms based on the findings of a national study and evidence from the literature.
Tracie Marcella Addy, is Associate Dean of Teaching and Learning, at Lafayette College. Dr. Addy directs the Center for the Integration of Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship and serves in other leadership capacities. In addition to her leadership roles she performs scholarship on learner-centered practices including active learning and inclusive teaching.
Derek Dube is Associate Professor of Biology, at the University of Saint Joseph (CT). As a faculty member in the Department of Biology, Dr. Dube has had the opportunity to work with students from broad demographic, socioeconomic, and educational backgrounds in the classroom, as research mentees, and in his role as Director for the Center for Student Research and Creative Activity.
Khadijah A. Mitchell, Ph.D., is Assistant Professor of Biology and Peter C.S. d'Aubermont, M.D. Scholar of Health and Life Sciences, at Lafayette College. As a teacher scholar, Dr. Mitchell advocates for education and health equity. She has taught undergraduate and graduate STEM and public health courses at a range of institutions, from selective liberal arts colleges to doctoral research universities.
Mallory SoRelle is an Assistant Professor of public policy at the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University. Her research and teaching interests explore how public policies influence intersectional forms of socioeconomic and political inequality in the United States. She has experience teaching undergraduate and graduate students across a variety of educational settings.