Open Teaching Concept Calendar

Week One

Theme Professor Department Date/Time/Location
Feminism in comic relief Dr. Marjean Purinton Department of English Oct. 4
2:00 PM
English/Philosophy 304
Can We Now Fight Like the Boys? LGBT and Gender Issues in the Military Dr. Ron Milam Department of History Oct. 4
6:00 PM
Holden Hall 155
Forever in the ‘in-between’: The Marking and Fumigation of Mexican Border Crossers Dr. Miguel Levario Department of History Oct. 6
11:00 AM
Holden Hall 106
Power and Citizenship in the Contemporary French Protest Song Dr. Andrea Jonsson Classical & Modern Languages & Literature Oct. 7
11:00 AM
Foreign Language 106

 

Week Two

Theme Professor Department Date/Time/Location
Making Decisions: How do I see those around me? Dr. Irma Almager College of Education Oct. 10
5:30 PM
Education 001
Educating and Serving Homeless Students and Families in Public Schools Dr. Fernando Valle College of Education Oct. 11
5:30 PM
Education 351
Captain America: Freedom and Democracy for All Rob Weiner Department of Library Oct. 12
9:00 AM
Media and Communication 155
Global Discourses Surrounding the U.S. Presidential Election Dr. Kent Wilkinson College of Media & Communication Oct. 13
3:30 PM
Media and Communication 084

 

Week Three

Theme Professor Department Date/Time/Location
Who are These People and What Do They Want? Immigration and Xenophobia Dr. Margaret Elbow Department of Social Work Oct. 20
9:30 AM
Holden Hall 28
Family Factors on Heatlh Disparities Dr. Alan Reifman Human Development and Family Studies Oct. 20
11:00 AM
Media and Communication 257
OTC Symposium Art Spiegelman   Oct. 21
11:30 AM 
Merket Alumni Center
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Week Four

Theme Professor Department Date/Time/Location
Ecological Theory: Layers of Power in Recognition of Personhood and Citizenship Dr. Jacki Fitzpatrick Human Development and Family Studies Oct. 24
4:00 PM
Human Sciences 273
Learners’ Individual Differences and Second/Foreign Language Learning Dr. Kimi Nakatsukasa College of Arts & Sciences Oct. 27
3:00 PM
Foreign Language 117
Autobiography as Care of the Self: Learning to Become Who One Is Dr. Jeong-Hee Kim College of Education Oct. 26
9:00 AM
Education 351
Strategies for Enhancing the Built Environment to Support Healthy Eating and Active Living : A pathway to Sustainable Development Dr. Mukaddes Darwish College of Engineering Oct. 26
11:00 AM
Industrial Engineering 205
What Color Goes with Brown? Dr. Jonathan Marks School of Theatre & Dance Oct. 27
11:00 AM
Lab Theatre in Maedgen Building
Culture and Cognition Dr. Roman Taraban Psychological Sciences Oct. 28
9:00 AM
Education 351
Positive Human Development: A Tool for Social Justice Dr. Elizabeth Trejos Human Development and Family Studies Oct. 28
10:00 AM
Human Sciences 174
Victims, Scapegoats, and Others: The Second World War and the Horrors of Constructing Difference Dr. Aliza Wong History, Honors College Oct. 28
2:00 PM
Holden Hall 155

 

Week Five

Theme Professor Department Date/Time/Location
Migration-Trust Networks: The Social Networks of Undocumented Immigrants Dr. Nadia Flores-Yeffal Department of Sociology Oct. 31
12:00 PM
Holden Hall 121
Liberty and Equality in America Dr. Joseph Hodes Honors College Oct. 31
12:00 PM
Holden Hall 111

 

Online

Theme Professor Department Date/Time/Location
Race and Democracy: The Charleston Syllabus Dr. Jen Shelton Department of English Oct. 4
Online
YouTube Channel: TTU CCAAC
Leveraging Literature in Conversations on Diversity Dr. Patriann Smith College of Education Oct. 25
Online
YouTube Channel: TTU CCAAC

 

Calendar Fall 2016