COE AERA Brown Lecture Watch Party & Panel Discussion

Event Type: Lecture

Speaker Information: William F. Tate IV, Provost and Executive Vice President of Academic Affairs, University of South Carolina

The Segregation Pandemic: Brown as Treatment or Placebo

 

Register now and plan to join us for a livestream watch party and a panel discussion following this year’s AERA Brown Lecture

 

This year’s speaker is William F. Tate IV, Provost and Executive Vice President of Academic Affairs at the University of South Carolina, and leading expert on the intersections between race, education, society, and public health. Our watch party will be an interactive opportunity to engage with colleagues in the college and submit questions for our post-watch party panel discussion!

 

Following the watch party, stay on the Zoom webinar to participate in the College of Education’s panel discussion of the lecture and the importance of the Brown decision.  Featured panelists:

  • Adrienne Dixson, Professor of Education Policy, Organization and Leadership and DEME member (Moderator)
  • James D. Anderson, College of Education Dean
  • Rochelle Gutierrez, Professor of Curriculum and Instruction
  • Helen Neville, Professor of Educational Psychology
  • James Shriner, Associate Professor of Special Education
  • Colvin Georges, Doctoral Student in Education Policy, Organization and Leadership.

Cost: No charge

Contact: Amy Summers217-265-4409
dean@education.illinois.edu

Registration