We are so glad that you are interested in topics related to Inclusivity & Diversity. Below you will find information regarding the sessions available specific to this topic. We look forward to seeing you at one of these sessions.
If your department is interested in making arrangements to host a workshop on the topics of implicit bias or microaggressions to be delivered directly to graduate students or faculty, please email Erika Brooks-Hurst at email@example.com to make these arrangements. It is important to note that these workshops have a focus on teaching, and the target audience is faculty and graduate students who are teaching or have plans to teach.
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A student in my class has Autism. How can I support their success? – (October 5, 2022 10:00 AM – 11:50 AM)
Location:TLPDC Room 153
2802 18th Street
Lubbock, TX 79409
Room: TLPDC 153
Available Seats: 7
In this 50-minute session, you will learn about the experiences, perspectives, strengths, and challenges of students with Autism and explore strategies to support their sense of belonging and academic success. Taylor Fidler, Director of the Connections for Academic Success and Employment program at Texas Tech, will guide participants through an interactive discussion in working with students with Autism. Attendees will have a chance to explore CASE studies and ways in which to help students connect with resources on campus.