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*Please spread widely and excuse any cross-postings*

***Dan and Carole Burack President's Distinguished Lecture Series*

*Present a Faculty Interactive Session with Kristen Renn, Ph.D. *

/"At the Intersection of Teaching, Learning and Identity: /

/Creating Conditions to Support Success for Diverse Students"/

_Date:_Monday, February 4^th , 2013

_Time:_9:00 -- 11:30 AM

This workshop will support participants in increasing their 
understanding of the practical and theoretical steps for creating more 
inclusive and critically engaging spaces for learning for all our students.

At UVM we believe that diversity is an asset to institutions and to 
learning, yet as faculty / instructors we are challenged to create 
learning environments that are welcoming to all.

This session addresses the fact that students come to higher education 
from a variety of backgrounds, identities, and values.

*REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED - ENDS Friday, February 1st, 2013*

Please send an e-mail to [log in to unmask] , with your name, e-mail 
address, department and contact number. Please specify that you would 
like to attend the Faculty Interactive Session

Dr. Kristen Renn is a Professor of Higher, Adult & Lifelong Education 
(HALE) at Michigan State University. She was a student affairs 
professional for 12 years before joining the faculty. Her research and 
teachings focuses on issues of identity in higher education, including 
studies of mixed race identities; lesbian, gay, bisexual, and 
transgender (LGBT) students; and leaders of identity-based student 
organizations. She is currently conducting an international study of 
women's higher education, funded by the Spencer Foundation, which has 
brought her to 15 women's colleges and universities in 11 countries. Her 
website is: http://www.msu.edu/~renn <http://www.msu.edu/%7Erenn>.


-- 
*Louise Leu*
/Administrative Assistant/
Center for Cultural Pluralism
The University of Vermont
Allen House, 461 Main Street
Burlington, VT 05405

*E-mail*: [log in to unmask]
*Phone*: 802-656-9511
*Fax*: 802-656-3348


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