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


Past Events

Brown Bag: Using Technology to Improve Student Learning

Brown Bag:  Using Technology to Improve Student Learning

We just started the quarter and we may have students that are anxious and nervous. Do you know we can reduce class anxiety by connecting with your students using Canvas?   Wednesday, April 4, 11 a.m. -12 p.m. D104E For more information, contact Archana Alwar, (aalwar@bellevuecollege.edu), Adjunct Mentoring Lead.

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Build Your Climate Literacy Workshop Series

Build Your Climate Literacy Workshop Series

Are you passionate about climate justice, but would like a better understanding of the science behind it? This workshop series is designed to provide faculty with the resources, vocabulary, and understanding of the science behind climate change. The purpose is to continue collaboration across different divisions and programs to connect social issues to the science ...

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Building an Equitable Classroom Community with CATs – One Day Workshop!

Building an Equitable Classroom Community with CATs - One Day Workshop!

Are you looking for innovative ways to ensure all your students are learning what you hope they are learning in your class? Would you like some tips for enhancing the energy and building community in your classroom? CATs may be just the thing for you! Classroom Assessment Techniques (CATs) are simple, non-graded, sometimes anonymous, in-class ...

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Building Expertise: Sharing Reading Strategies to Boost Student Confidence and Success

Building Expertise: Sharing Reading Strategies to Boost Student Confidence and Success

Students enter the classroom with varying degrees of confidence in themselves as readers. When we share with students the many reading strategies we use in our own areas of content expertise, their reading comprehension and confidence increase. This leads to greater student success in understanding class texts and completing reading assignments. In this online workshop, ...

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Carbon Criminals: Climate Crimes

Carbon Criminals: Climate Crimes

Please join us for a lively discussion of the new book Carbon Criminals: Climate Crimes, which takes a criminological perspective towards the climate crisis. Unlike many climate justice books that focus on causality, and have a doom and gloom approach, this book focuses on the role that large corporations and the global political community played ...

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Care Work: Dreaming Disability Justice (New) – Spring 2022

Care Work: Dreaming Disability Justice (New) - Spring 2022

Join us to read and discuss selections from "Care Work: Dreaming Disability Justice" by Lambda Literary Award-winning writer and longtime activist and performance artist Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha. From the book description: "to explore the politics and realities of disability justice, a movement that centers the lives and leadership of sick and disabled queer, trans, Black, ...

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CATs in Virtual Learning Environments – Spring

CATs in Virtual Learning Environments - Spring

Muddiest point...exit tickets...jigsaws... These are examples of classroom assessment techniques, or CATs - simple, non-graded, often anonymous in class or online activities to quickly assess student learning. Join us as we showcase different technology tools and classroom assessment techniques you can easily implement in your virtual classes to engage your students and quickly assess what ...

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Civic Engagement for Climate Justice Faculty Learning Community

Civic Engagement for Climate Justice Faculty Learning Community

The Civic Engagement for Climate Justice Faculty Learning Community (FLC) is fully online due to COVID-19. It involves three synchronous two-hour workshop-style sessions during Fall quarter during which participants hone their knowledge of climate justice issues and learn about ways to involve their students in civic engagement around this issue. With significant support, participants emerge ...

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Climate Change is Racist: Race, Privilege and the Struggle for Climate Justice

Climate Change is Racist: Race, Privilege and the Struggle for Climate Justice

Join us to read and discuss the important book Climate Change is Racist: Race, Privilege and the Struggle for Climate Justice (2021) by Jeremy Williams. The book highlights the intersection between white supremacy and environmental destruction to show that the two crises are symbiotic and reinforcing.  As the publisher's summary notes "In this eye-opening book, ...

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Climate Justice Book Discussion: As Long As Grass Grows

Climate Justice Book Discussion: As Long As Grass Grows

As we transition from a focus on climate change to climate and environmental justice, we can better understand all the ways in which racism has fueled and exacerbated the climate crisis. Join Christina Sciabarra (Political Science) and Elizabeth Harazim (English) for this book discussion to engage with Indigenous history and environmental movements. We will learn ...

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Last Updated November 28, 2023