This hour-long, online panel presentation will provide faculty with suggestions, skills, and tools for student support and teaching in light of stresses caused by the ongoing conflict. Emphasis will be placed on specific tools and suggested actions faculty can take to support students and to think about pedagogical issues raised across many of our classes by the conflict's impact on U.S. campuses and Rutgers in particular. Panelists will also share specific follow-up resources that faculty can use to support their own teaching and students.
- Crystal Bedley, Senior Director, Tyler Clemente Center for Diversity Education and Bias Prevention
- Chris Drue, Associate Director for Teaching Evaluation, and Christina Bifulco, Associate Director for Teaching and Learning Analytics, Office of Teaching Evaluation and Assessment Research
- Jenevieve DeLosSantos, Associate Teaching Professor and Director of Special Pedagogic Projects, Office of Undergraduate Education, School of Arts and Sciences
- Jeff Broggi, Senior Associate Dean of Students, and Kerri Willson, Associate Dean of Students, Rutgers–New Brunswick
The event is designed for all faculty working with students at Rutgers. We acknowledge that some faculty also teach in content areas and disciplines that are centrally concerned with topics related to the ongoing conflict and that this group of faculty may want or need an additional set of resources. Please email email@example.com if you would like to be part of a follow-up teaching circle.