MAP Event: Connie Snyder Mick


Location: 220 Malloy Hall (View on

"Teaching for Inclusion"

What is inclusive teaching and why does it matter? Dr. Connie Snyder Mick, Director of Academic Affairs at the Center for Social Concerns and Co-Director of the Poverty Studies Interdisciplinary Minor, will lead discussion around approaches to building and sustaining classrooms that foster a sense of belonging that encourages deep learning in all students.

Grad students and faculty are invited to attend!

Professor Mick works with instructors to design and implement academic community engagement in courses across the University, informed by pedagogical research on engaged teaching and learning. Among her many interests are the role of writing in social change, the rhetoric of poverty, and the pedagogies of community engagement.  

Join us Wednesday, October 30th from 3:30-4:30 pm in 220 Malloy Hall. Snacks will be provided!


Connie Snyder Mick