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POSTPONED – ASPPH Presents Webinar: Facilitating Productive Classroom Conversations on Racism, Race, and Public Health

 

One of our speakers is attending to a family emergency and, therefore, we made the difficult decision to postpone today’s electronic hallway conversation. We will inform you of the date/time of the rescheduled event and we sincerely hope you are able to join us. Until then, you have our well wishes on your teaching and learning journey in facilitating productive conversations on racism, race, and public health.

Are you looking to improve how you can facilitate authentic and productive conversations on race and public health in your class discussions? Have you found a way to engage in honest and constructive discussions on race and public health with your students? Undergraduate as well as graduate-level faculty are invited to an electronic hallway conversation entitled “Facilitating Productive Classroom Conversations on Racism, Race, and Public Health.”

Drawing on your real-world experiences, the speakers will host a dynamic learning experience among participants to elicit your stories of what has worked and where you have gotten stuck in trying to meet your colleagues and students in an open, friendly, respectful, and growth-oriented space in discussions of race and public health.

  • Moderator and Speaker

    Shan D. Mohammed, MD, MPH, FAAFP

    Clinical Professor, Health Sciences
    Northeastern University Department of Health Sciences
    Chair, ASPPH Education Advisory Committee
    Member, ASPPH Task Force on Zero Tolerance for Discrimination, Harassment, and Racism in Public Health

  • Featured Speakers

    Kauline Cipriani, PhD

    Associate Dean for Inclusive Excellence
    University of North Carolina Gillings School of Global Public Health
    Member, ASPPH Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Committee and the ASPPH Diversity and Inclusion Section
    Member, ASPPH Task Force on Zero Tolerance for Discrimination, Harassment, and Racism in Public Health

    Hillary C.M. Nelson, PhD, MPH

    Director, MPH Program
    University of Pennsylvania Master of Public Health Program
    Member, ASPPH Education Advisory Committee

  • Learning Outcomes
    • State two factors that contribute to productive class conversations on racism, race, and public health.  
    • State two factors that detract from productive class conversations on racism, race, and public health. 
    • Identify three two pedagogical skills that can foster productive classroom conversations on racism, race, and public health. 

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