SBU News
SBU News > Academics > College of Arts & Sciences > Fourth Virtual Town Hall for Social Justice, Sept. 30

Fourth Virtual Town Hall for Social Justice, Sept. 30

Student studying laptop

The new Center for Changing Systems of Power, the College of Arts and Sciences, the Office of the Chief Diversity Officer and the Alumni Association present the fourth in a series of virtual Town Hall Presentations for Social Justice.

Inclusive Pedagogy and the Engaged Classroom
Wednesday, September 30
11:30 am to 1 pm

Registration via Zoom

You can  submit relevant questions upon registration.

Student studying laptop

The fourth in the series, this important presentation addresses the unfortunate realization that all students are not having the same classroom experience, which is consistent with our world’s current challenging climate. Panelists will discuss the “what, why and how” of creating equitable learning spaces and opportunities for all of our students, and what we need to do to get it right.


  • Dr. Judith Brown Clarke, Vice President of Equity and Inclusion and Chief Diversity Officer
  • Dr. Stella Tsirka, Professor, Renaissance School of Medicine
  • Dr. Surita Bhatia, Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs
  • Dr. R. Anna Hayward, Associate Professor, School of Social Welfare
  • Dr. Charles L. Robbins, Executive Director, Center for Changing Systems of Power; Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education and Student Success; Dean of the Undergraduate Colleges

Moderated by:

Nicole S. Sampson, Dean, College of Arts and Sciences and SUNY Distinguished Professor of Chemistry

The final town hall in the series will be announced soon. View past town halls for social justice here.


Related Posts

Add comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Subscribe to News

Get the latest word on Stony Brook news, discoveries and people.