Equity Master Class: Equity and Classified Professionals - December 1st, 2022 @ 10AM -12PM in Building 12 - The Farallon Room
Now, more than ever, people who have been placed on the margins and hyper-margins of systemic oppression are finding voice and agency. Higher education professionals from various fields and disciplines of study are challenging the status quo and stepping forward to make equity-advancing work a priority in institutional operations and deliver student instruction and support. However, many individuals, teams, and institutions grapple with beginning, advancing, or sustaining meaningful, equity-advancing change.
Our focus is to equip higher education practitioners with the mindset and tools for effectively advancing equity wherever they are within their institution's hierarchy.
This Equity Master Class is offered in-person and via webinar. Dr. Arlene Daus‑Magbual will share her journey and provide strategies for engaging in, implementing, and sustaining equity-advancing practices within community colleges. The sessions are designed for college administrators, instructors, classified professionals, educational corporate and community partners, and equity practitioners who want to disrupt and dismantle systemic inequities and injustice.
In this Equity Master Class, participants will engage in:
- A one-hour Master Class presented by a nationally recognized equity practitioner: Dr. Arlene Daus‑Magbual
- Innovative and practical peda/andragogical approaches that can be applied to instruction, student services, and institutionally
- Interactive dialogical post-presentation session
- Thought-provoking concepts centered on equity through key dimensions of institutional operation: instruction, student support services, and business operations/administration