In addition to providing important university policies and acting as a reference guide for course logistics and requirements, the syllabus is likely one of the first places where students will begin to become acquainted with you and your course. As such, it can begin to set a positive, inclusive tone for the semester ahead. In this virtual conversation, we will discuss aspects of the syllabus that can help demonstrate your commitment to an inclusive learning environment where all students have the opportunity to feel like they belong.
For questions about this Virtual Conversation, please contact Dr. Meg Gregory, Associate Director of Educational Development.
Early registration for this event is now closed. Please contact Dr. Meg Gregory if you’d still like to participate.