The CLT is pleased to sponsor two professional development groups this spring for faculty who want to learn more about disrupting racism or get work done on scholarly writing!
Faculty Reading Group
Our reading group this semester will focus on Ibram X. Kendi’s book How to Be an Antiracist. It follows up on last semester’s group, which covered Robin DiAngelo’s White Fragility. If you have read White Fragility either in the group last semester or on your own, you are welcome to join.
This group will focus on developing practical resources for disrupting racism on the campus of Champlain College, and members of the group will be preparing to lead additional book study groups in the 2020-2021 academic year. Join us if you are willing to be part of creating practical solutions and leading discussion groups on our campus in the future.
This group is facilitated by David Mills, Professor and Dean in the Core Division, and meets Wednesdays 2-3 pm.
Faculty Writing Group
Come as a regular or as a drop-in! Get quiet time in a quiet space dedicated to writing your book, dissertation, article, grant proposal, or other projects for publication or presentation. Get feedback from peers, and as much of an accountability check-in as you may or may not want. Come and write!
Facilitated by Miriam Horne, Associate Professor in the Core Division and Faculty Lead in the CLT, this group meets Wednesdays 2-3:30pm in the CLT conference room (enter through MIC 211).