Monthly Archives: January 2019

Race in the Classroom

– Jeanne M. Slattery When I first started teaching in the 1980s, I was well-intentioned and, per discussions on campus, had begun addressing race in my classes. Doing so, it was argued, should help address issues of retention and graduation. … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Horses, Students, and Teaching

  – Kathleen A. Welsch Horses and students are a lot alike. To the average individual that may seem a strange comparison, but it’s one I learned to recognize from working with my thoroughbred, Casey, and one that has contributed … Continue reading

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