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Classes Cancelled

All classes are cancelled beginning at 3:00 pm today. Normal schedule will resume on Saturday.  

Lecture Series

Thursday, September 20

“Ethnicity and Race: Identity in a Changing World”
by Janie Filoteo
2 p.m. – 3 p.m. in E-100 myworkshops.lonestar.edu
Drawing on the discipline of sociology and the methodology of autoethnography, participants will be asked to consider the differences between the terms Hispanic, Latino, race, and ethnicity.  More importantly, insight will be shared on the significance of understanding the differences between these labels.  Though considered a difficult subject, the workshop hopes to inspire dialogue amongst participants working towards inclusivity for all.  

At the end of this workshop, learners will be able to:

  1. Recognize autoethnography.
  2. Understand the difference between ethnicity and race.
  3. Interpret race as a social construction.

Program supported by the Center for Leadership, Academic and Student Success, HSI Title V Grant Initiative

Thursday, October 25

“What I Learned About Leadership, I Learned in the Classroom, Part II”
by Latoya Hardman Lewis
2 p.m. – 3 p.m. in E-100
myworkshops.lonestar.edu
In leadership roles, we are often asked to present information to an array of audiences. Whether we are presenting information or presenting to persuade, we want to ensure that the audience leaves with a clear understanding of the information. This lecture will share tips and strategies for delivering engaging presentations learned while teaching in both high school and college classrooms.  
 
By the end of this session, participants will:

  • Understand the dos and don’ts of presentations.
  • Be able to incorporate presentation techniques that will engage an audience.

Thursday, November 15

“Thinking Outside Your Culture: Divergent Thinking and International Education”
by Margaret Jelinek Lewis, PhD
2 p.m. – 3 p.m. in E-100
This interactive session will explore the effects of divergent thinking and cross-cultural awareness on problem solving at all levels. We’ll share anecdotes from our own experiences and I’ll present research that suggests that our strength lies in our differences. Finally, we’ll discuss opportunities to present students with diverse experiences and education from international perspectives.
International Education Week is November 12 – 16, 2018.
Program supported by the Center for Leadership, Academic and Student Success, HSI Title V Grant Initiative

For more information or if you have questions about Lecture Series,
please contact René G. Arnold