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Upcoming Events

Allyship in Higher Ed.: Standing Up for Racial & Social Justice in the Classroom
Presented by: Kathy Simon & Itzel Hayward

Meeting Details:

October 14, October 21, October 28, November 4

12:00 – 1:30pm via Zoom

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Past Events

Action Research center feed your mind lunch session by Dr. Beatriz Reyes-Foster and Dr.Aimee Denoyelles. Titled Using Photovoice as a critical pedagogical tool in online discussions. February 26 12-1pm Via Zoom. Register: Shorturl.at/PQVX8. Dr Reyes Foster is an associate professor of anthropology, her research focuses on the intersections of health culture and society. She has taught numerous courses on linguistic anthropology, mental health, and cultural anthropology, many of them are fully online or in hybrid mode. She and Aimee Denoyelles have been collaborating since 2011 and have created several innovative online discussion strategies feature in the UCF teaching online pedagogical repository as well as online learning, journal of teaching and learning with technology, and teaching anthropology. She is also the author of two scholarly books, psychiatric encounters: Madness and modernity in Yucatan, Mexico and sharing milk: intimacy, maternally, and bio communities of practice Dr. Aimee Denoyelles has been an instructional Designer of the University of central Florida for nearly ten years. She graduated with a Doctor of Education degree in curriculum and instruction with a specialization in instructional design and technology from the university of Cincinnati in 2011. Her research includes textbook affordability, online discussion strategies, and technology and gender. Dr. deNoyelles has published in several journals including computers & education. Online learning, Journal of Applied research in higher education, and journal of special education technology.

Feed your Mind Lunch Gathering: Dr. Beatriz Reyes-Porter and Dr. Aimee deNoyelles presented “Using Photovoice as a Critical Pedagogical Tool in Online Discussions.”

Meeting details:

February 26, 2020
Noon-1pm via Zoom

Feed your mind lunch gathering titled dialogue across differences about race. As teacher and facilitators, we want to nurture dialogue across difference, promote mutual understanding, and navigate hard conversations about race that may come up. How do we manage all of this while leading groups? In this interactive workshop. We’ll work on ways to respond to challenging comments in ways that promotes empathy and deeper understanding November 19, 2020 12:00 – 1:30 VIA ZOOM Itzel haymward is a compassionate and fierce advocate for love. After serving as  a public policy lawyer for 13 years, itzel left her legal career and founded “Attuned living”. Her unique work ranges from promoting social justice work within organizations and communities to guiding individuals on their search for personal and professional fulfilment. Kathy simon is passionate about teaching skills for communication across differences. With a degree in literature from Harvard, Kathy began her career as a high school English and drama teacher. She then earned a PH.D. in Curriculum and teacher education at standford and directed the coalition of essential schools. Kathy is the author and co-author of several cooks on curriculum teaching and school reform, including Moral questions in the classroom, teaching as inquiry, and choosing small.

Feed your Mind Lunch Gathering (cosponsored by the School of Education): Dialogue Across Differences About Race, with Kathy Simon & Itzel Hayward
As teachers and facilitators, we want to nurture dialogue across difference, promote mutual understanding, and navigate hard conversations about race that may come up.  How do we manage all of this while leading groups?
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Meeting details:
November 19
Noon – 1:30 via Zoom

University of Cincinnati action research center . Feed your mind lunch gathering. Diversity and democracy in participatory research with refugees: A liberation approach to public psychology. October 20, 2020 noon – 1pm, via zoom  Presented by Dr. Farrah Jacquez and Dr. Anjali Duff  Dr. Farrah Jacquez, professor, and assistant head of the psychology department at the UC, focuses on community-engaged approaches to health and broadening participation in science and research. Dr. Anjali Duff Assistant professor of social-community psychology at the UC. Focuses on identifying psychological processes to address human rights violations and community injustice in the context of globalization. Her current work focuses on the experience of refugees in Cincinnati, OH and women experiences homelessness in Spokane, WA

Feed your Mind Lunch Gathering: Dr. Farrah Jacquez and Dr. Anjali Dutt presented “Diversity & Democracy in Participatory Research with Refugees: A Liberation Approach to Public Psychology.”

Meeting details:

October 20, 2020
Noon-1pm via Zoom

University of cincinati action research center Photovoice as a tool for informing the development of a culturally sensitive behavioral health measure for vulnerable adolescents. Dr dana Harley Meeting details: September 16, 2020 noon-1pm VIA zoom  About Dr. Harley Dr dana Harley is an associate professor in the college of allied health sciences school of social work at UC. Her research examines hope and wellbeing among children, adolescents, and their families. Dr. Harley is an expert in photovoice, a participatory action research method. She has led numerous community engagement projects with vulnerable populations in the greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky regions

Feed your Mind Lunch Gathering: Dr. Dana Harley presented "Photovoice as a Tool for Informing the Development of a Culturally Sensitive Behavioral Health Measure for Vulnerable Adolescents."

Meeting details:

September 16, 2020
Noon -1pm via Zoom