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The Influence of Collaboration on Learning in Academic Health Centers
High School Transformation in Philadelphia: A Framework for District Leadership
Envisioning Community-Centered Learning
Schooling Languages: Citizenship, Indigeneity and Language Policy in Nepal
The Transnational Education of African and African Muslim Youth to Medina Baye, Senegal
GSE Student Affairs will host a trip to the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in D.C. Friday, December 1st, 2017. As space is limited, there will be an $10 fee to participate in this trip.
Departure: GSE @ 8:50am
Return: GSE @ 9:00pm
Boxed lunch will be provided.
Registration details will be released in October.
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Take up Space! Self Efficacy and Student Experiences: A Case Studies Approach to Understanding Aggressions and Biases in Higher Ed Spaces
Join us for Workshop 3, a case studies based discussion on diversity and international experiences. Workshop 3 will focus on exploring and unpacking students' own experiences at higher education institutions like GSE.
Faciliators: Ayoung Lee (M.S.Ed '14) and Lauren Scicluna (M.S.Ed '16)
Workshop 2 - International Experiences of Race and Privilege
What Happened and How Do We Talk About?
Workshop 1 will present an overview of the current climate of the U.S. and will build upon programming offered at International Student Orientation.
Facilitators will provide a brief overview of terms and language used when discussing diversity in the U.S. Space will be provided to discuss recent events that have affected Penn students.
Faciliators: Ayoung Lee (M.S.Ed. '14) and Lauren Scicluna (M.S.Ed. '16)