Faculty Champions Program

Welcome to the Rope Teams Faculty Champions Program! Designed to support your curricular, instructional and assessment efforts as well as to encourage and facilitate your engagement in our career and identity/allyship rope teams, the Faculty Champions program is a shared opportunity to enhance the student experience. This program is led jointly by the Excelsior University Career Readiness Center and the Center for Social Justice to provide you with the resources, connections and support to ensure together our students’ personal, academic, career and intercultural development and success.

4 Ways to Keep Connections with Students While Still On Break

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Summer is in full swing, yet, we can’t avoid that it is also winding down! In just a few weeks, students will be back on campus. You’re rightfully concerned that students may have lost …

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Have a blessed and peaceful Ramadan

By DANIEL PASCOE AGUILAR
DANIEL PASCOE AGUILAR Fndg. Director of Ctr. for Social Justice & CDO
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The breast cancer burden in lower income countries is even worse than we thought

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By Pamela Jimenez
Pamela Jimenez Program Director for the Center for Social Justice
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Strategies for retaining your faculty of Color

https://www.higheredjobs.com/Articles/articleDisplay.cfm?ID=3613&Title=Strategies%20for%20Retaining%20Your%20Faculty%20of%20Color

Advice & News  |  by Sheena Daree Romero

By Pamela Jimenez
Pamela Jimenez Program Director for the Center for Social Justice
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Invitation to Excelsior’s 2024 Celebration of Rev., Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day 

Martin Luther King Jr. (MLK) was a civil rights activist who advocated for nonviolent methods to achieve social change and civil rights for African Americans, famously using nonviolent resistance and civil disobedience. MLK sought equality and justice, and his speeches and leadership …

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Building Communities To Address Systemic Challenges In Higher Education And Beyond

The systemic inequities we experience and observe every day, although long existing, seem to be soaring. If we see them, if we believe in the critical need to scaffold the preparation of a diverse, engaged and ready next generation of …

By DANIEL PASCOE AGUILAR
DANIEL PASCOE AGUILAR Fndg. Director of Ctr. for Social Justice & CDO
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Black History Month

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Ramtin Arablouei

Rund Abdelfatah

Lawrence Wu

Jamie York

Parth Shah

Victor Yvellez

Julie Caine

Episode 176

December 12, 2023 • 33 minutes

By: Indiana University Bloomington

https://citl.indiana.edu/teaching-resources/diversity-inclusion/tech-for-inclusion/index.html

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