Anti-Racism Pedagogy Series  

Diversity & Inclusion + Technology = Engaging students online with Dr. Michelle Yeung (ITS). Recording available at this link. 

What makes a classroom climate inclusive?: Student Perspectives with Mr. Henry Ward (EIS), and students Ryan Hopkins ’20, Elsie Mares, Lucie Everett, and Jolie Brownell. Recording available at this link 

Implicit bias in the classroom and beyond: Moving towards anti-racism with Dr. Adam Fingerhut (BCLA). Recording available at this link 

Anti-racism and an inclusive curriculum: Faculty Perspectives with Dr. Jennifer Williams, Dr. Stefan Bradley (BCLA), and a faculty panel. Recording available at this link 

Equity, Access, and Inclusion Online: Meeting the needs of Undocumented & International Students. Presenters: Cecila Gonzalez-Andrieu, Csilla Samay, Natalie Guevara, and Claudia Sandoval. Recording available at this link.

Mental Health Meets DEI in the classroom: Professors Among Campus First Responders 101. Presenters: Fr. Paul Vu, SJ. Brett Marroquin, and Josette Banks. Recording available at this link. 

Equity and Inclusion in Grading and Student Engagement Online: Lessons Learned During the Pandemic. Presenters: Christina Eubanks-Turner, Kristen Smiarowski, and Karie Huchting. Recording available at this link.

 

What I Learned About Anti-Racism this Year & How it Impacted My Work: An Invitation to Reflect Together. Presenters: Jennifer Abe and Henry Ward. Recording available at this link.

                 

 

 

Helping Students in Crisis 

Learn about strategies for identifying and mediating social and emotional challenges that students are facing both in the virtual classroom and in their activities of daily living. Recording available at this link 

 

                                        

 

Open Education Resources (OER) 

How are LMU faculty using open educational resources (OER), library resources, and other freely available content to replace traditional textbooks? What are the opportunities and challenges that faculty face when making these changes for their students? At this interdisciplinary panel, two faculty from CSE discuss their experience adopting OER textbooks alongside three faculty from Art History who used funding from the Open & Affordable Textbook Initiative departmental grant to collectively reimagine course materials for five courses. 

Panelists: David Berube, Clinical Associate Professor of Physics; Joshua Hallam, Assistant Professor of Mathematics; Amanda Herring, Assistant Professor of Art History; Kirstin Noreen, Professor of Art History; Melody Rodari, Assistant Professor of Art History  

 Moderator: Jamie Hazlitt, Collection Development Librarian and lead for LMU Library Open & Affordable Textbook Initiative 

Recording available at this link 

 

                      

 

SKY Breathwork and Meditation Series  

SKY Campus Happiness is an innovative and experiential life-skills training program that empowers participants to develop a relaxed, stress-free mind and an energetic, healthy body, using the powerful tools of breathing techniques, meditation & yoga.   

Session 1 available at this link. 

Session 2 available at this link. 

Session 3 available at this link