Equity Matters

 

A Conversation with the UTSC Campus Curriculum Review Working Circle

12 November (11am - 1pm) 

During this session, the Working Circle shared preliminary findings of the campus-wide curriculum review, launched last fall to assess curriculum and related pedagogical supports as part of the campus’ commitment to inclusion, equity, decolonization and anti-racism. UTSC faculty, librarians, staff and students provided feedback as the Working Circle finalizes an action plan and recommendations. A recording of the main session will be available here shortly.

More information about the curriculum review:

 

 

More about the Equity Matters Seminar Series

The Equity Matters Seminar Series provides an opportunity for the U of T Scarborough community to engage with prominent speakers on issues of equity, diversity and inclusion in academia. Seminars are open to faculty, librarians, graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and staff.  Events previously offered in this series include:

  • Equity Matters: Building a More Inclusive Curriculum - Amy Sueyoshi, Dean, San Francisco State University, January 2020.
  • Equity Matters: Representation at UofT: Are we Turning the TIDE? - Maydianne Andrade, Vice-Dean Faculty Affairs & Equity, University of Toronto Scarborough; February 2020.
  • Equity Matters: Strongly Committed to Diversity - Professor Carl James, Jean Augustine Chair in Education, Community and Diaspora, Faculty of Education, York University; October 2020.

  • Equity Matters - Seminar & Discussion with Professor Imogen Coe, Dean of the Faculty of Science at Ryerson University; January 2019.

  • Equity Matters: Beyond Contested Diversities: Intersectional Equity Matters at Canadian Universities - Professor Malinda Smith, Pierre Elliot Trudeau Fellow; Provost Fellow, University of Alberta; October 2018

  • Equity Matters: Finding Ways to Honour the Trailblazing Women of the Past & Future – Elly Zupko, communications specialist, founder of SMLX Good; 2017

 

Questions? Please contact Eileen Egan-Lee, Faculty Development Administrator.