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'''AALAC Conference on Inclusivity in Economics'''
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'''[http://www.aalaccollaborative.org/ EIELAC] Conference on Enhancing Inclusivity in Economics at Liberal Arts Colleges'''
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:San Diego, CA
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:January 6, 2020
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[https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-CR6DpV0VaKU6muZtqRlP4LOE9wNmjEq/view?usp=sharing Bayer slides]
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'''[http://www.aalaccollaborative.org/ AALAC] Conference on Enhancing Inclusivity in Economics at Liberal Arts Colleges'''
 
:Pomona College, Claremont, CA
 
:Pomona College, Claremont, CA
 
:February 5, 2016
 
:February 5, 2016
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''Here's a recap of the day's events. Supporting documents will be added as they become available.''  
 
''Here's a recap of the day's events. Supporting documents will be added as they become available.''  
  
:Breakfast and Introductions, Welcome by President David Oxtoby  
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*Breakfast and Introductions, Welcome by President David Oxtoby  
:Diversifying Economic Quality: The Role of Liberal Arts Colleges, Amanda Bayer, Swarthmore College
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*[[media:Bayer AALAC presentation.pdf|Diversifying Economic Quality: The Role of Liberal Arts Colleges]], Amanda Bayer, Swarthmore College
:Moderated Discussion: Curricular Innovations and the Demographic Shift, Fernando Lozano, Pomona College
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*Moderated Discussion: Curricular Innovations and the Demographic Shift, Fernando Lozano, Pomona College
:Communities of Learning in a Math Department, Jo Hardin (Chair, Math Department, Pomona)
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*Communities of Learning in a Math Department, Jo Hardin (Chair, Math Department), Pomona College
:Moderated Discussion on High Impact Practices
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*Moderated Discussion on High Impact Practices
::Research
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::[[involvement with research|Research]]
::Problem Based Learning
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::Problem Based Learning (related: [[inquiry-based learning]])
::Teaching Race and Gender in Economics
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::[[Race, Ethnicity, and Gender in Economics|Teaching Race and Gender in Economics]]
::Community Partnerships and Learning in Economics
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::Community Partnerships and [[Service learning|Service Learning]] in Economics
:Cohort Programs in the Sciences, Len Seligman (Associate Dean and Professor of Biology, Pomona)
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*Cohort Programs in the Sciences, Len Seligman (Associate Dean and Professor of Biology), Pomona College
:A Bridge Program for Economics, Lucie Schmidt, Williams College
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*A Bridge Program for Economics, Lucie Schmidt, Williams College
:Moderated Discussion: What works? Future issues
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*Moderated Discussion: What works? Future issues
:Keynote: Cecilia Conrad, MacArthur Foundation, "We Have Met the Enemy and He/She Is Us"
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*Keynote: We Have Met the Enemy and He/She Is Us, [https://www.macfound.org/about/people/203/ Cecilia Conrad], MacArthur Foundation

Latest revision as of 20:23, 23 July 2020

EIELAC Conference on Enhancing Inclusivity in Economics at Liberal Arts Colleges

San Diego, CA
January 6, 2020

Bayer slides


AALAC Conference on Enhancing Inclusivity in Economics at Liberal Arts Colleges

Pomona College, Claremont, CA
February 5, 2016

Here's a recap of the day's events. Supporting documents will be added as they become available.

  • Breakfast and Introductions, Welcome by President David Oxtoby
  • Diversifying Economic Quality: The Role of Liberal Arts Colleges, Amanda Bayer, Swarthmore College
  • Moderated Discussion: Curricular Innovations and the Demographic Shift, Fernando Lozano, Pomona College
  • Communities of Learning in a Math Department, Jo Hardin (Chair, Math Department), Pomona College
  • Moderated Discussion on High Impact Practices
Research
Problem Based Learning (related: inquiry-based learning)
Teaching Race and Gender in Economics
Community Partnerships and Service Learning in Economics
  • Cohort Programs in the Sciences, Len Seligman (Associate Dean and Professor of Biology), Pomona College
  • A Bridge Program for Economics, Lucie Schmidt, Williams College
  • Moderated Discussion: What works? Future issues
  • Keynote: We Have Met the Enemy and He/She Is Us, Cecilia Conrad, MacArthur Foundation