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Welcome to the 2022 Summer Institute on Equity in the Academic Experience! 

Our goal for the Institute is to help your campus team connect your project:

  • to a specific equity issue that will serve as a high-leverage opportunity for your progress.

  • to the strategic equity goals of your institution.

  • to similar work happening in other parts of your institution.

  • to the broader higher education equity ecosystem, including institutions with common geographic and/or project interests.

The 2022 Summer Institute on Equity in the Academic Experience is hosted by the American Talent Initiative and the following leadership sites who shared responsibility for the planning and programming:
Claremont-McKenna College | George Mason University | Georgetown University | Ohio State University | Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg | Princeton University | Rutgers University, New Brunswick | University of Iowa | University of the Pacific | University of Pittsburgh | Xavier University of Louisiana

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Tuesday, June 14 • 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Connections between evaluation of teaching and inclusive excellence: Strategies for departmental & institutional change

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This workshop will be led by Dr. Andrea (Dea) Follmer Greenhoot, Professor of Psychology and Director of the Center for Teaching Excellence at the University of Kansas and a co-director of the TEval Project: Multidimensional Evaluation of Teaching.  In this session we will explore the connections between the evaluation of teaching and promoting inclusive excellence in undergraduate courses.
Through guided activities and discussion of examples from the TEval work to date, participants will gain insights and key takeaways that will inform efforts to engage their own campuses.  The session will explore issues such as :
  • What is the TEval team learning about strategic ways to facilitate institutional policy change?
  • What is the TEval team learning about making change seem do-able for the college leaders, department leaders, and faculty members who are the practical implementers of any new system the university tries to create?
  • What models of departmental- or collegiate-level change have been particularly effective?
  • What has TEval learned about ways to make the connections between teaching evaluation and inclusive excellence more clear to a wider campus audience?  

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Anna Flaming

Director, Center for Teaching, University of Iowa

Mirra Anson

University of Iowa
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Cornelia Lang

Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, University of Iowa
Professor of Physics and Astronomy

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Andrea Follmer Greenhoot

Professor of Psychology and Director of the Center for Teaching Excellence, University of Kansas
Andrea (“Dea”) Follmer Greenhoot is Professor of Psychology, Director of the Center forTeaching Excellence and Gautt Teaching Scholar at the University of Kansas. She also directs theBay View Alliance (BVA), a consortium of research universities that are studying strategies topromote... Read More →

Tuesday June 14, 2022 3:00pm - 4:30pm EDT