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Equity, Access and Opportunity Series: Literacy Practices That Have Impact

Drumlins Country Club 800 Nottingham Road, Syracuse, NY

Join the School of Education's Center on Disability and Inclusion for the second of a four-part workshop series for PreK-12 educators and families in Central New York. Literacy Practices That Have Impact will feature and interactive presentation and small group breakouts addressing the topic of literacy practices with subject matter specialists and educators. Complimentary buffet […]

Grasping at the Roots of Ecofascism: A Conversation on Climate Change, White Supremacy, and the Need for Radical Educational Projects

Peter Graham Scholarly Commons 114 Bird Library, 222 Waverly Avenue, Syracuse, NY

With Professor Joseph Henderson and Stephanie Morningstar. As the world grapples with climate breakdown and democratic backsliding, we are again witnessing a rise in far-right political violence in the name of environmental sustainability and white supremacy. This event features two scholars in conversation on the settler colonial and capitalist roots of the crisis, how they […]

Family Weekend Breakfast and Research Showcase

Sharon Jacquet Education Commons Huntington Hall, 800 University Avenue, Syracuse, NY

Join faculty and staff from the School of Education for conversation and a light breakfast. Open to all School of Education students and their family, friends, and supporters! Followed by a showcase panel of undergraduate student research in the National Veterans Resource Complex, Room 0018. Learn more about Family Weekend 2022

InclusiveU Sign Making Party | Family Weekend 2022

Sharon Jacquet Education Commons Huntington Hall, 800 University Avenue, Syracuse, NY

Have a snack and make your spirit signs for the football game! Start time is TBD, contingent on the football game and pre-game activities. Please include RSVP with total number attending to taishoffcenter@syr.edu.

Equity, Access and Opportunity Series: Rethinking “Challenging Behavior”

Drumlins Country Club 800 Nottingham Road, Syracuse, NY

Join the School of Education's Center on Disability and Inclusion for the third of a four-part workshop series for PreK-12 educators and families in Central New York. Rethinking "Challenging Behavior" will feature an interactive presentation addressing the topic of behavior practices with subject matter specialists and educators. Complimentary buffet dinner provided. Registration is required as […]

Equity, Access and Opportunity Series: Supporting the Journey to an Inclusive Life After High School

Drumlins Country Club 800 Nottingham Road, Syracuse, NY

Join the School of Education's Center on Disability and Inclusion for the fourth of a four-part workshop series for PreK-12 educators and families in Central New York. Supporting the Journey to an Inclusive Life After High School will feature an interactive presentation addressing the topic of transition practices that can begin in PreK to set […]