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CCC | @ONE – Creating an Equitable & Anti-Racist Syllabus

Friday, March 8, 2024`12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Join us as we explore what it means to create an equitable and anti-racist syllabus. Together we will define terms, share ways to incorporate diverse perspectives and consider the equitable integration of materials into course syllabi. Presenters will encourage participants to tap into their biases and areas of growth to improve and build upon their own existing syllabi.

Presenter Bio

Brielle Plump-Erike has been an Adjunct faculty member in Communication Studies at multiple Community Colleges and State Universities in California since 2016. Recently, her passion for creating innovative and equitable classroom experiences led her to pursue professional development in distance education, and she currently has an additional appointment as an Instructional Designer at UC Santa Cruz. Her favorite topics to teach are Intercultural Communication and Health Communication because they allow her to weave principles of diversity and inclusion not only in her pedagogy but also into the curriculum. She believes all classrooms are spaces for collaboration, growth, and community building. Jacqueline Penhos is a Professor of Psychology and Mindfulness for SWC (South Western College) as well as an Equity Trainer for SDSU (San Diego State University). She is passionate about sharing techniques for mental health, mindfulness, meditation, and all things diversity, equity, and inclusion. She is also a well-being educator who shares mindfulness techniques for the classroom and beyond.

Registration –

Note: Users cannot register for this webinar through the Vision Resource Center. This webinar requires access/registration outside of the Vision Resource Center. If you would like to track the time you spent attending any trainings from external providers please record your time using External Training and the time will be reflected on your Learning Transcript.


Friday, March 8, 2024
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm