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Event Title: Allyship Toolkit Part 2: Affirming LGBTQIA+ People, Organizational Allyship
Start Date
03/23/2022
Start Event Time
12:00pm
Event Description:

In this workshop for LGBQA+ and straight people as well as for TQIA+ and cisgender people (and people whose identities overlap), you will learn and practice interrupting systemic oppression of LGBTQIA+ people in your classrooms, offices, and conversations. You will learn about and practice identifying how multiple systems of oppression (including racism, ableism, classism, and sexism) overlap with heterosexism and cisgenderism on our campus. You will reflect on your own social identities, your relationship with systems of oppression, and your roles in interrupting oppression to make campus safer and more welcoming for all LGBTQIA+ communities.

Note:

  • Prerequisite: LGBTQIA+ Identities (Ally Toolkit Part 1).
  • This workshop is available only for people who self-select or volunteer to attend. If you supervise someone whom you would like to see build their familiarity with LGBTQIA+ terms and concepts, please advise them to attend the LGBTQIA+ Identities (Ally Toolkit Part 1) workshop.
  • At the end of this workshop, you will have the opportunity to sign the Ally Program Pledge and receive the Ally Card.
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Ally logo in rainbow colors for the Gender and Sexuality Center
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Online (Zoom)
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Ally logo in rainbow colors for the Gender and Sexuality Center
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Nid: 3779
End Date
03/23/2022
End Event Time
1:30pm
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Faculty
Event Title: Allyship Toolkit Part 2: Affirming LGBTQIA+ People, Organizational Allyship
Start Date
03/25/2022
Start Event Time
9:00am
Event Description:

In this workshop for LGBQA+ and straight people as well as for TQIA+ and cisgender people (and people whose identities overlap), you will learn and practice interrupting systemic oppression of LGBTQIA+ people in your classrooms, offices, and conversations. You will learn about and practice identifying how multiple systems of oppression (including racism, ableism, classism, and sexism) overlap with heterosexism and cisgenderism on our campus. You will reflect on your own social identities, your relationship with systems of oppression, and your roles in interrupting oppression to make campus safer and more welcoming for all LGBTQIA+ communities.

Note:

  • Prerequisite: LGBTQIA+ Identities (Ally Toolkit Part 1).
  • This workshop is available only for people who self-select or volunteer to attend. If you supervise someone whom you would like to see build their familiarity with LGBTQIA+ terms and concepts, please advise them to attend the LGBTQIA+ Identities (Ally Toolkit Part 1) workshop.
  • At the end of this workshop, you will have the opportunity to sign the Ally Program Pledge and receive the Ally Card.
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Ally logo in rainbow colors for the Gender and Sexuality Center
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Online (Zoom)
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Ally logo in rainbow colors for the Gender and Sexuality Center
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Nid: 3780
End Date
03/25/2022
End Event Time
10:15am
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Faculty
Event Title: Engaging Youth for Food Justice in Latino Communities
Start Date
04/28/2022
Start Event Time
12:00pm
Event Description:

This presentation will describe a food environment intervention focused on converting corner stores in East Los Angeles and Boyles Heights, California, which are neighboring Latino communities classified as food swamps in Los Angeles. The intervention was youth- and community-engaged and involved high school students as community liaisons and high school teachers who created food justice curricula, among other intervention components.

Speaker

Alex Ortega, Professor of Health Policy and Director of the Center for Population Health and Community Impact 
Health Management and Policy, Center for Population Health and Community Impact 
Dornsife School of Public Health, Drexel University  

Alex Ortega, Ph.D. is a health services and policy researcher, and he is professor and director of the Center for Population Health and Community Impact in the Dornsife School of Public Health at Drexel University. He is also a senior associate editor of Health Services Research (HSR), an official journal of AcademyHealth. Prior to his appointment at Drexel, Professor Ortega served on the public health faculties of UCLA, Yale University, and The Ohio State University. His research has been published in leading journals including Medical Care, Health Affairs, Pediatrics, and American Journal of Psychiatry. His research has been reported in National Public Radio, Los Angeles Times, Philadelphia Inquirer, Sacramento Bee and other outlets. 

 

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Dean's Distinguished Lecture Series Graphic
Event Location:
Cissy McDaniel Parker Conference Room
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Photo of Alex Ortega
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Dean's Distinguished Lecture Featuring Alex Ortega, Professor of Health Policy and Director of the Center for Population Health and Community Impact
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Dean's Distinguished Lecture Series Graphic
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Nid: 3791
End Date
04/28/2022
End Event Time
12:00pm
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Faculty
Event Title: Roundtable Discussion: Survey of Qualitative Methods
Start Date
04/04/2022
Start Event Time
10:00am
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Join us for an in-person roundtable discussion about qualitative methods used by faculty members in the College of Education. Learn about how and why participants selected the methodological approach(es) they use; if they use qualitative software, including what software they use; and how they manage their time when conducting a qualitative project, including how they carve out portions of the study for publication.

The discussion will be moderated by Cinthia Salinas, department chair and professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, and participants include:

  • Jennifer Adair, associate professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction
  • Maria Franquiz, professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction
  • Huriya Jabbar, associate professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy
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Texas Education logo
Event Location:
Cissy McDaniel Parker Conference Room
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Nid: 3805
End Date
04/04/2022
End Event Time
11:00am
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Faculty
Event Title: The Teacher Tipping Point: Developing and Sustaining the Texas Educator Workforce
Start Date
06/06/2022
Start Event Time
1:00pm
Event Description:

The College of Education at UT Austin, in partnership with educational leaders and stakeholders across Texas, commissioned a study before the pandemic to examine how different pathways towards teacher certification lead to different outcomes for students and for teacher retention.

Join policymakers, community and foundation partners, school districts representatives and other education-focused colleagues for a generative, solutions-oriented discussion about the Texas Educator Preparation Pathways study, the teacher shortage, and issues related to teacher quality and retention.  At the Teacher Tipping Point, we will unveil the report’s major findings, and identify areas of collective action  to address the unprecedented challenges facing us today. A reception will follow. The agenda is available for viewing.

Watch the Livestream

Read the Study

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Graphic for Texas Education, The Teacher Tipping Point
Event Location:
AT&T Hotel & Conference Center
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Co-sponsored by the College of Education and Educate Texas
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Graphic for The Teacher Tipping Point
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Nid: 3816
End Date
06/06/2022
End Event Time
5:00pm
Event Categories
Faculty
Event Title: Faculty and Staff Awards Ceremony
Start Date
05/16/2022
Start Event Time
3:30pm
Event Description:

All faculty and staff members of the College of Education are invited to the annual College of Education Faculty and Staff Awards ceremony. We are excited to gather together again, in person and as a community, to celebrate the exceptional work of our College of Education colleagues. We look forward to seeing you there!

This is event is for College of Education faculty and staff only.

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Faculty Staff Awards Ceremony
Event Location:
Connally Ballroom, Etter-Harbin Alumni Center
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Faculty Staff Awards Ceremony
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Nid: 3824
End Date
05/16/2022
End Event Time
5:00pm
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Faculty
Event Title: You're Invited: 2022 State of the University Address
Start Date
09/20/2022
Start Event Time
3:00pm
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You are invited to the 2022 State of the University Address by President Jay Hartzell. This annual address will highlight UT Austin's goals, initiatives, opportunities and overall progress on the way to becoming the world's highest-impact public research university. 

Almost 140 years of expansion and achievement have positioned us to achieve our goals. Our public mission and reach across areas of scholarship, research, the arts and health are unique and allow us to stand out among universities.

But a goal without a plan is just a wish. Join us to learn UT Austin's plans for the future and be a part of the community that changes the world.

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2022 State of the University
Event Location:
Mulva Auditorium, Engineering Education and Research Center
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2022 State of the University
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Nid: 3889
End Date
09/20/2022
End Event Time
3:00pm
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Faculty
Event Title: From Octavia to Cherry: Queer of Color Critique, Ballroom Culture and Black LGBTQ+ Inclusive Curriculum
Start Date
09/16/2022
Start Event Time
12:00pm
Event Description:

Join us for our Dean’s Special Lecture Series featuring Shamari Reid, assistant professor of Teaching & Learning at NYU’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development.

This important conversation recognizes the negative schooling experiences of Black LGBTQ+ youth, how the informal LGBTQ+ curriculum often centers whiteness, and the lack of clarity around what constitutes a formal LGBTQ+ inclusive curriculum. During this discussion, Shamari will draw on Queer of Color Critique (QOCC) to present a different approach to designing a K-12 inclusive curriculum that affirms, celebrates and reflects the lived experiences of Black 2SLGBT+ youth.

Additionally, he will offer curricular examples of how a curriculum grounded in QOCC can resist reproducing an inclusive curriculum that centers whiteness and damage-centered narratives of LGBTQ+ individuals.

About the Speaker:
“I often refer to myself as an ordinary Black Gay cisgender man from Oklahoma with extraordinary dreams. Currently, that dream involves working with trans and queer communities of color to reimagine the ways we approach teaching and learning. I am grateful to continue this work in NYC as an incoming Assistant Professor of Teaching & Learning at NYU|Steinhardt. My specific research interests include Black youth agency, Black LGBTQ+ world-making, the role of critical love in education, and transformative teacher education.” Visit his website here.

 

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Dean's Special Lecture Series Graphic
Event Location:
Cissy McDaniel Parker Conference Room and Online via Zoom
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Join us for our Dean’s Special Lecture Series featuring Shamari Reid, assistant professor of Critical Studies in Education at the University of Oklahoma.
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Graphic for Dean's Special Lecture Series
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Nid: 3892
End Date
09/16/2022
End Event Time
1:00pm
Event Categories
Faculty
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