Teaching Roundtables

Teaching Roundtables are meant to provide faculty informal opportunities to discuss various teaching topics with their colleagues.  Typically led by faculty, these one-hour discussions foster interdisciplinary dialogue about pedagogical strategies and theories.  

Fall 2015 Teaching Roundtable Series

Teaching & Learning about Race, Ethnicity and Culture in Higher Education Classrooms 

Come join a lunch roundtable discussion with Margaret Boyd (Sociology) and Wanjiru Mbure (Communications) as they share their recent research into how race, ethnicity, and culture impact learning in college classrooms. Their preliminary findings from interviews conducted inside and outside Stonehill will serve as a way to start off a discussion on the challenges as well as successes we encounter as faculty working to build inclusive classrooms. 

Tuesday, November 17, 2015
11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Duffy 135
A light lunch will be served.  Please RSVP to Stephanie DesRosiers

Please contact Bettina Scholz if you have ideas for future roundtable sessions. 

Past Roundtable Series