Past Events and Programs

Every quarter, the Faculty Commons publishes a program with all our events and additional information in a *.PDF format.  Past events published on our website are listed below.

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Every quarter, the Faculty Commons publishes a program with all our events and additional information in a *.PDF format.  Past events published on our website are listed below.

2013

Fall 2013

2014

Fall 2014
Summer 2014
Spring 2014
Winter 2014

2015

Fall 2015
Summer 2015
Spring 2015
Winter 2015

2016

Fall 2016
Summer 2016
Spring 2016
Winter 2016

2017

Winter 2017
Spring 2017
Summer 2017
Fall 2017

2018

Winter 2018
Spring 2018
Summer 2018
Fall 2018

2019

Winter 2019
Spring 2019
Summer 2019
Fall 2019

2020

Winter 2020
Spring 2020
Summer 2020
Fall 2020

2021

Winter 2021
Spring 2021
Summer 2021
Fall 2021

2022

Winter 2022
Spring 2022
Summer 2022
Fall 2022

2023

Winter 2023

Spring 2023

Summer 2023

Fall 2023

2024

Winter 2024


Past Events

High 5, the Next Steps! Faculty Community of Practice (CoP)

High 5, the Next Steps! Faculty Community of  Practice (CoP)

Winter and Spring Quarter CoP – A majority of the time commitment will be in winter. Winter meeting days and times will be determined by participant availability You’ve completed High 5 and tried some of the High 5 strategies in your classes, or perhaps you’re looking for a review of the practices so you’re more ...

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How Are You Feeling Coming Back to Campus?

How Are You Feeling Coming Back to Campus?

We invite you to join a facilitated discussion about the return to campus. During our first meeting, we will explore and identify concerns about coming back to campus, both inside and outside of the classroom. In the second meeting, the focus is on what we can control and what we can’t, how we can deal ...

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How the Word Is Passed (New) – Winter 2022

How the Word Is Passed (New) - Winter 2022

"A deeply researched and transporting exploration of the legacy of slavery and its imprint on centuries of American history, How the Word Is Passed illustrates how some of our country’s most essential stories are hidden in plain view—whether in places we might drive by on our way to work, holidays such as Juneteenth, or entire ...

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How to be an Antiracist, Ibram X. Kendi – FULL

How to be an Antiracist, Ibram X. Kendi - FULL

“As a society, we need to start treating antiracism as action, not emotion—and Kendi is helping us do that.”—Ijeoma Oluo Join facilitators Caroline Leffall and Marie Brissette to read and discuss how Kendi defines racism, and explore the difference between being “not racist” and antiracist. Become aware of subtle racist ideas and learn how we ...

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How to Jump-Start Your Union (New!)

How to Jump-Start Your Union (New!)

Our union, the BCAHE, is one of our greatest sources of strength for improving not only our pay, but also our working conditions and students' learning conditions at BC. Because the BCAHE represents our collective power, we can accomplish much more as a union than as isolated individuals. With our next contract bargain coming up ...

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How to Promote Equity and Access Using Graphic Novels – Spring 2022

How to Promote Equity and Access Using Graphic Novels - Spring 2022

The recent nationwide uptick in K-12 book bans and removals has frequently involved graphic novels such as Maus, Gender Queer, and Drama. What is it about these books that makes them seemingly so dangerous? Contemporary graphic novels encompass a rich array of content that covers multiple historical and current topics, and diverse personal stories. Graphic ...

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How to Read Your Paycheck

How to Read Your Paycheck

Want to know what all those deductions from your paycheck are? Want to know what OASI, Herp Sup, FSA or DCAP mean? Come join this Zoom meeting and we’ll walk through the paycheck site in ctcLink and learn all about what those abbreviations mean. Open to BCAHE members. Thursday, April 25th, 12:30 – 1:30 p.m., ...

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How to Support a Survivor: Faculty & Staff Edition (New)

How to Support a Survivor: Faculty & Staff Edition (New)

This 'How to Support a Survivor' workshop is led by Val Tovar Malloy, our new coordinator for the Gender-Based Violence Prevention Office. Warm welcomes, Val! Val will facilitate the opportunity to learn about effective ways to support survivors of sexual assault, interpersonal violence, and stalking on campus and virtually. This session will be held specifically ...

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How YOU Define Critical Thinking (New) – Winter 2022

How YOU Define Critical Thinking (New) - Winter 2022

Over fall quarter 2021, a group of 12 instructors from across the campus thought critically about critical thinking, focusing on the definitions and pedagogies within our disciplines. A guiding focus of our learning was the new book, Infusing Critical Thinking into Your Course by Linda B. Nilson, while also learning from how each of us ...

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How You Say It – Book Club- Spring

How You Say It - Book Club- Spring

Of the many facets that shape our social identity, one important element is overlooked in many difficult conversations. It is speech. In her new book How You Say It, psychology professor Katherine Kinzler argues that “we are forever marked by our native tongue—and are hardwired to prejudge others by theirs, often with serious consequences. Your accent alone ...

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Last Updated March 4, 2024