[FUN_Mail] Create a more inclusive syllabus for Spring 2023

David Donley ddonley at harding.edu
Tue Nov 22 21:30:35 UTC 2022


Amy Jo,
Something funny happened with the formatting and none of the links are
showing up. Just FYI.

David

On Tue, Nov 22, 2022, 3:03 PM Amy Jo Stavnezer <AJStavnezer at wooster.edu>
wrote:

>    Before you all signoff on email for the Thanksgiving break – we wanted
>    to get one reminder out to you…
>
>
>    Would you like to build a more inclusive syllabus for your spring
>    courses. Make sure that you are actually conveying the messages that
>    you intend?
>
>
>    Join us on Friday, December 9^th at 4 pm (EST) when we will be joined
>    by Monica Linden (Brown University) and Sara Brownell (Arizona State
>    University) who will share their expert knowledge to help us create
>    more inclusive syllabi.  Here is a reading from each speaker if you
>    want to prime the pump: [1]Diversity and Inclusion: Put it in the
>    syllabus, [2]It’s in the syllabus… or is it?.  Bring your current
>    syllabus so you can compare and revise!
>
>
>    [3]Register Here – December 9^th, 4 pm (EST)
>
>
>    Enjoy your Thanksgiving break!
>
>
>    Your FUN Final Friday Team,
>
>    Amy Jo Stavnezer, Barbara Lom, David Donley, Shannon Eaton
>
>
>    ________________________
>
>    Amy Jo Stavnezer, PhD
>
>    Professor of Neuroscience and Psychology
>
>    College of Wooster
>
>    Member, [4]Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience
>
>    Editorial Board, [5]Journal for Undergraduate Neuroscience Education
>
>    This email was sent at a time convenient for me.  Please do not feel
>    any need to respond until your regular working hours.
>
> References
>
>    1.
> https://web.archive.org/web/20220106081222/https:/tomprof.stanford.edu/posting/1625
>    2. https://journals.physiology.org/doi/full/10.1152/advan.00119.2020
>    3.
> https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMocOGgrzIpGdIfCLqnd_-A0LDZXXDWAsyr
>    4. http://funfaculty.org/
>    5. http://funjournal.org/
>
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   Amy Jo,
   Something funny happened with the formatting and none of the links are
   showing up. Just FYI.
   David
   On Tue, Nov 22, 2022, 3:03 PM Amy Jo Stavnezer
   <[1]AJStavnezer at wooster.edu> wrote:

        Before you all signoff on email for the Thanksgiving break – we
     wanted
        to get one reminder out to you…
        Would you like to build a more inclusive syllabus for your spring
        courses. Make sure that you are actually conveying the messages
     that
        you intend?
        Join us on Friday, December 9^th at 4 pm (EST) when we will be
     joined
        by Monica Linden (Brown University) and Sara Brownell (Arizona
     State
        University) who will share their expert knowledge to help us
     create
        more inclusive syllabi.  Here is a reading from each speaker if
     you
        want to prime the pump: [1]Diversity and Inclusion: Put it in the
        syllabus, [2]It’s in the syllabus… or is it?.  Bring your
     current
        syllabus so you can compare and revise!
        [3]Register Here – December 9^th, 4 pm (EST)
        Enjoy your Thanksgiving break!
        Your FUN Final Friday Team,
        Amy Jo Stavnezer, Barbara Lom, David Donley, Shannon Eaton
        ________________________
        Amy Jo Stavnezer, PhD
        Professor of Neuroscience and Psychology
        College of Wooster
        Member, [4]Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience
        Editorial Board, [5]Journal for Undergraduate Neuroscience
     Education
        This email was sent at a time convenient for me.  Please do not
     feel
        any need to respond until your regular working hours.
     References
        1.
     [2]https://web.archive.org/web/20220106081222/https:/tomprof.stanfor
     d.edu/posting/1625
        2.
     [3]https://journals.physiology.org/doi/full/10.1152/advan.00119.2020
        3.
     [4]https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMocOGgrzIpGdIfCLqnd_-A
     0LDZXXDWAsyr
        4. [5]http://funfaculty.org/
        5. [6]http://funjournal.org/
     _______________________________________________
     --remember replies to the mailing list go to everyone on the list!!
     --
     FUN_Mail mailing list
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References

   1. mailto:AJStavnezer at wooster.edu
   2. https://web.archive.org/web/20220106081222/https:/tomprof.stanford.edu/posting/1625
   3. https://journals.physiology.org/doi/full/10.1152/advan.00119.2020
   4. https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMocOGgrzIpGdIfCLqnd_-A0LDZXXDWAsyr
   5. http://funfaculty.org/
   6. http://funjournal.org/
   7. mailto:FUN_Mail at lists.funfaculty.org
   8. https://lists.funfaculty.org/mailman/listinfo/fun_mail
   9. http://www.funfaculty.org/drupal/mailarchive/FUN_mail


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