About this Event
This interdisciplinary virtual conference on learning resilience and autonomy will bring together three unique panels and two keynotes to explore the application of innovative, research-based teaching principles affecting students, instructors, and the educational institution. Featured speakers are professors Flower Darby (“Emotional Presence in Online Teaching for Increased Student Engagement, Persistence, and Success") and Marla Perez Lugo (“Resilience Learning: Reflections on Academia’s Responses to Extreme Operating Environments”). Speakers and panelists explore ways to address student accessibility and social justice needs as they face adversity and the challenges of becoming global digital citizens.
This free, virtual conference is organized by the Humanities Center's Collaborative Research Cluster themed “Resilience and Autonomy - Pedagogical Multi-literacies in a Globalizing World.” This event is also co-sponsored by the Center for Advancing Teaching and Learning Through Research (CATLR). Registration is required: Please register through Eventbride here. ASL interpreting services have been requested for this event. If you have any questions or technical issues related to joining this meeting, please reach out to NUCRCconference2021@gmail.com