“This is all so very beautiful! Both the art and the community it builds. We all need to get to know each other a little (or a lot) better so we can appreciate the whole person, not just the work they do here.” - Guest book commenter
In February 2019, the Center for International Education (CIE) hosted Sam Brakrash of the Chikukwa Library and Theatre Project in Zimbabwe, who delivered a dynamic and insightful session involving experiential and embodied learning developed from the theatre of the oppressed.
Associate Professor in Language, Literacy, & Culture, Maria José Botelho, traveled to Bishop's University in Québec, Canada to give the talk, "Plurilingual Pedagogies: Supporting All Learners in K-12 Contexts."
Assistant Professor of School Psychology and Associate Director of Center for Youth Engagement Sarah Fefer has been selected as a 2019 Child Intervention, Prevention, and Services (CHIPS) Fellow through the National Institute of Mental Health.