Pathways to Equity in Higher Education: Humanities and More at UDC #equalfundingudc

Words like equity and humanities, as well as phrases like “pathways for a better life”  are skeletons of concepts we will unpack and discuss as part of a larger conversation about changes coming to the University of the District of Columbia (UDC) that will help faculty, students and administrative leaders bring fairness and success to every community and collective in the DC metropolitan area.  This will be a roundtable discussion with UDC’s President Ronald Mason, Jr.,  Dr.  Aparajita De, Associate Professor in the English Program, Chenequa Holland, student and blogger, and your host, Dr. Cherie Ann Turpin, Associate Professor.  Join us as we discuss challenges and visions for a regenerated and renewed UDC.  #equalfundingudc

https://www.blogtalkradio.com/at-the-edge-thinkculture/2019/10/18/pathways-to-equity-in-higher-education-humanities-and-more-at-udc

 

 

Digital Community ENGL 470 –30 Sign up for Fall 2019

Digital Community

15237 ENGL 470 –30

English Program at UDC

Sign up for Fall 2019
ONLINE COURSE!

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Digital Community will teach you how to build a professional online presence, and that will include blog building, social media interaction, online reviews, and podcasting. If you are already out there using social media this will be taken to a scholarly level, and even if you have not considered the usefulness of building your own digital community this course will help you much more marketable as humanities majors as you prepare for the workplace in the DC community and in higher education for those of you moving towards graduate studies.
 
 
*Pop culture and social media politics
* Content development
* Community management and politics
*How to use your digital voice and presence as digital humanists
Digital Community flyer-brief