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Inclusive Teaching in the Virtual Environment

All faculty are invited to join us for this series of virtual discussions around key principles of inclusive teaching. Although each topic is offered as an individual workshop, we encourage you to sign up for multiple topics. All materials will be available online and all live sessions will be offered via Zoom (and recorded for later viewing).

Inclusive Student Services in the Virtual Environment

All staff are invited to join us for this series of virtual discussions around key principles of inclusive student services. Although each topic is offered as an individual workshop, we encourage you to sign up for multiple topics. All materials will be available online and all live sessions will be offered via Zoom (and recorded for later viewing).

Teaching and Supporting Black Students: Advancing Student Needs in Times of Racial Crisis

A teach-in will be held on Thursday, June 4 at 10am. This event will be hosted by Feion Villodas, Chair of the Professors of Equity. The event will feature a presentation by Dr. Frank Harris III, Professor of Postsecondary Education and closing remarks by Dr. Tonika Green, Charles Bell Scholar and Professor of Counseling and School Psychology. Video testimonies from SDSU students will be interwoven throughout. These testimonies are being coordinated by Christian Holt, Associated Students President. This event is open to all SDSU faculty and staff.

Summer 2020 Faculty Development

In collaboration with our partners in Instructional Technology Serivces, the Center for Inclusive Excellence is pleased to offer multiple opportunities for instructors to develop their skills with inclusive and effective teaching in hybrid and virtual modalities.

NCFDD resources for coping with COVID

Want to learn more about what NCFDD is sharing but don’t feel like you have time to read all the articles or watch the webinars? We provide short summaries of the resources with links to the source if you want more information. 

Academic Options for Undergrads under COVID

Faculty and staff can help students by understanding recent policy changes that give students more flexibility for Spring 2020.

Inclusive Student Support in the Virtual Environment

All staff are invited to join us for this series of virtual discussions around key principles of inclusive student services. All materials will be available online and all live sessions will be offered via Zoom (and recorded for later viewing).