Congrats to the HESA class of 2017!
Editor’s note: This story, was originally posted on the Neag School of Education Website in May, 2017
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The HESA first year students have art displayed in the Student Union Art Gallery! This gallery display is a culmination of students’ work for a project in EDLR 5105: Structured Group Dialogue in Student Affairs course. This artwork is just a small component of their continued dialogue regarding allyship, intersectionality and their personal identities.
Through creation of their visual representations students worked across social identities in order to create an expression of allyship. In addition, they were asked to work together to consider how allyship appears in their work as a practitioner as well as an individual.
Please join us on Thursday, November 17, 2016 from noon—2:00 in the H. Babbidge Class of 1947 Conference Room for the HESA Glasgow 3 International Experience presentations.
Over the summer, rising second year HESA graduate students Emily Pear-son, Lauren Hennes, and Abigail Smith traveled to the University of Glasgow, Scotland, where they conducted a three-week assessment project. Hear their findings and the recommendations they gave to the University Senate regarding assessment and feedback policies.
This is a brown-bag event. Please feel free to bring and enjoy your lunch as you listen to the presentations.