Tasha Souza, associate director for inclusive excellence for the Center for Teaching and Learning, was interviewed by Steve Freedland from the Society of American Law Teachers (SALT) for their Teaching Social Justice podcast series. The episode was on microaggressions in the classroom and teaching social justice more broadly. SALT is a community of progressive law teachers working for justice, diversity and academic excellence.
Additionally, Souza presented an online workshop for faculty from Westfield State University (WSU) in Massachusetts. The workshop was entitled “Inclusive Courses at WSU: Creating an Environment that Values and Supports All Learners.”
Finally, Souza also presented to approximately 250 participants at the Blue Sky Institute Diversity and Inclusion Summit on the topic of “Microaggressions in the Workplace: What are They and What Can I do About Them.”