Friday, January 22, 2021
1:10 PM - 2:25 PM
To attend the webinar, log-in as a guest at https://us.bbcollab.com/guest/fbb30e4d4cd44c70beca6e498e96d1ba. This is a Blackboard Collaborate Session.
The webinar starts at 1:10 p.m. and we kindly request participants to enter the webinar at least 15 minutes prior to the start time and no later than 1:15 p.m.
Cultural Competency and Politics: Can We Talk? is a webinar ONLY – please do not come to the CTE office.
This webinar is designed to support educators who are striving to engage the cultures and diversities in the classroom centered around today’s politics.
This workshop is an elective workshop for the Teaching Towards Inclusive Excellence (TTIE) certificate of completion.
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Center for Teaching Excellence
Nate Carnes is the Associate Director at the Center for Teaching Excellence. In addition to three teacher education degrees and a permanent Ohio teaching certificate, he earned his Ph.D. in Education Administration with an emphasis in science education at Miami University (OH). His teaching performances span almost 40 years and have resulted in several awards and citations of excellence at the University of South Carolina, state, regional, and international levels. Carnes’ scholarly activities explore pedagogical issues and innovations within and beyond science education.
Augusta Baker Endowed Chair
School of Library and Information Science
Nicole Cooke is the Augusta Baker Endowed Chair and an Associate Professor at the University of South Carolina. Her research and teaching interests include human information behavior, critical cultural information studies, and diversity and social justice in librarianship. She was the 2019 ALISE Excellence in Teaching Award recipient, and she has edited and authored several books, including Information Services to Diverse Populations and Fake News and Alternative Facts: Information Literacy in a Post-truth Era.
College of Arts and Sciences
Todd Shaw has been on faculty since 2003 and has appointments both in UofSC's Department of Political Science and the African American Studies Program. He was appointed the College of Arts & Science Distinguished Associate Professor of Political Science and African American Studies by Dean Mary Ann Fitzpatrick in August of 2012. He served as the Interim Chair and then Chair of the Department of Political Science from 2017 to 2020. He researches and teaches broadly in the areas of African American politics, urban politics and public policy, as well as citizen activism and social movements.
Shaw's current research agenda is to explore the political, sociological, and ideological ramifications of changes in the late 20th century and early 21st century African American community. Specifically, he is very interested in how class, gender, age, and other social factors create differing definitions of what constitutes African American group interests and how groups of African Americans and their allies have acted upon these perceived interests.