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GSE Student Government and GSE Student Affairs invite you to celebrate Latinx Heritage Month with us! Enjoy food, music, and traditional games with the company of your GSE community!
Also, consider helping us to raise money for Puerto Rico by bringing donations.
To help us plan for dinner, please register here. *Registration not required to attend.
Questions? Email Uyen at firstname.lastname@example.org
Constance E. Clayton 19th Annual Lecture Series
Sponsored by the Racial Empowerment Collaborative
Do Early Educators’ Implicit Biases of Sex and Race Relate to Preschool Expulsions and Suspensions?
Dr. Walter Gilliam
Associate Professor Child Psychiatry and Psychology
Director, Edward Zigler Center in Child Development and Social Policy
Join students from across Penn in showing just what a day in the life of a Penn student is all about! This Instagram virtual event takes place from midnight to midnight on November 1.
Tag photos #PennDayInLife and @penngse. Students are welcome to participate whether they're on campus, in field placements, or in executive programs across the globe.
What does the future hold for higher education, and what will—or more importantly, what should—college and universities look like in the years and decades to come?
Christine Antorini was Denmark's Minister of Education for the Social Democrat Party from 2011 to 2015. During her term, the government forged a six-party coalition and launched a major national education reform. The reforms featured a longer and more varied school day; a focus on literacy, mathematics, and STEM; regular movement and sport activity time; and flexible support time for teachers. The reform also garnered strong teacher union opposition.
Making Sense of the Individual's Experience of Workplace Fun
Resilient Leadership in Extreme Prolonged Chaotic Milieus