Educating for Justice in Complex Times

 

 

 

This list of resources was provided at the campus session titled Educating for Justice in Complex Times - Prioritizing Humanity and Inclusion on Campus. The event was hosted by Natasha Martin, Chief Diversity Officer of the Office of Institutional Inclusion on September 12, 2017.

Resources on Inclusive Educational Practices:

 

For Educators in the Wake of Charlottesville

      Focused Teaching resources curated by Facing History

Cutting-edge Social Research Accessible to General Readers - curated by the American Sociological Association - Online symposium on Charlottesville - published by Contexts- a quarterly publication, edited by Syed Ali (Long Island University) and Philip Cohen (University of Maryland). https://contexts.org/blog/after-charlottesville-part-two/ 

 

General Resources on Promoting Inclusive Pedagogy and Productive Discourse

 

Helpful Reminders about Safety and Self-Care:  

Strategies for Work/Life Balance in Higher Education - a blog Post by Kerry Ann Rockquemore that offers strategies and ideas for setting healthy boundaries with both colleagues and students to meet both professional and personal needs.  https://www.insidehighered.com/advice/2016/11/23/positive-ways-move-forward-elections-aftermath-essay  

Employee Assistance Program  Username: "Seattle University" - The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is an employer-paid resource available to use anytime an employee is experiencing personal or professional problems or needs a resource. Confidential counseling and assessment benefits include face-to-face visits with a therapist. 1-800-553-7798 | TTY 1-855-684-5661 | Local 206-654-4144

Public Safety If you experience or witness any incident of hate or bias or feel concerned for your immediate safety, please call the 24-hour campus safety emergency line at (206) 296-5911 or the Seattle Police Department at 911. Details for other services including Nighthawk escorts, can be found at Public Safety.