Stetson R.E.A.D.s

Stetson’s Read, Eat and Discuss//Reflect, Engage, Affirm Diversity is an initiative to support scholarly discussion, valuation reflection, and fellowship. Over the course of an academic year, faculty engage in a learning community using a reading focused on inclusive excellence of wide interest, discuss its implication to professional and personal development, and to their practice as teacher-scholars.

Propose a book feast

Call for Proposals: Stetson READs 2015-2016

How a Book Feast Works:
1. Select a reading that celebrates and advances inclusive excellence.
2. Identify at least 10 (at most 15) reading partners who will commit to gathering at least monthly to R.E.A.D. and create a community of learners
3. Submit a R.E.A.D. proposal on/before October 15. The proposal should include how the learning community will disseminate to the university and/or broader community.
4. Submit a 2-page R.E.A.D. report on/before May 15 of the subsequent year.
5. Submit photos files of R.E.A.D. activities for dissemination purposes


Presumed Incompetent
Edited by Gabriella Gutiérrez y Muhs, Yolanda Flores Niemann, Carmen G. González, and Angela P. Harris
R.E.A.D. Facilitator: Dr. Rajni Shankar-Brown
Co-sponsored by the duPont-Ball Library and the Brown Center for Faculty Innovation & Excellence

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