“’Paperclips’ and High-Impact Practices for Diversity Education”
The documentary ‘Paperclips’ follows a diversity education program in rural Tennessee, and a project undertaken by students wanting to grasp the scale of the Holocaust. The movie will be shown in its entirety, followed by a discussion of experiential diversity education processes, and how they are relevant and applicable to our work with students.
Please join us on Wednesday January 15, 2014, for lunch at 12pm in the Dining Commons.
The movie and discussion will be presented in the Humanities Studio (N250), beginning at 1pm.
In the event of a snow day on January 15, this event will occur on January 16.
As always, all are welcome to attend. Stipends are available for adjunct faculty attending this workshop.
Please contact Amy Proietti or Judi Greene-Corvee with questions or for more information.