This year, JWU Providence convened a “Campus 2022” committee that is charged with “intentionally impacting the classes arriving fall 2019 through 2022 by defining our ethos and committing to strategies that address: our voice, our approach, and our culture.”
Faculty and staff are invited to attend a Campus 2022 program, “Transformative Approaches Expo,” on Friday, April 5, from 10am-12pm in The Friedman Center. Curious to know what innovative approaches and strategies are being used to engage students with varying capacities for learning? Wondering how departments are supporting JWU students? The expo will showcase how JWU’s diverse learning community is supported throughout campus. Attendees will walk away with new ideas that can enhance their impact and the unique ways they can support student success.
Feature presentations include “Universal Design Strategies for the Classroom,” presented by Nicole Hebert, director of accessibility services, and “In the Classroom: Transparency Through Assignments,” presented by Carla White Ellis, assistant professor of English, John Hazen White College of Arts & Sciences.
Be on the lookout for more details in This Week at JWU. Registration is required to attend. Please RSVP by Friday, March 29. Contact email@example.com for more information or questions about this program.