Inclusive Instructional Practices During COVID-19
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This webinar highlighted strategies for inclusive and empathetic online learning environments for postsecondary students during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Shauna M. Morgan
Dr. Shauna M. Morgan leads the development and implementation of efforts to promote equitable and inclusive pedagogies in teaching, learning and academic innovation at UK. She works to foster an environment that is conducive to shaping transformative academic experiences through interdisciplinary faculty development, community engagement and innovative collaborative practices within academic and administrative units. Dr. Morgan comes to UK from Howard University, where her creative and scholarly work focused on representations of womanhood, neo-anticolonialism in 21st-century literature, and global intersections of black cultural productions of Africa and its diaspora.
Dr. Derek Greenfield
Dr. Derek Greenfield currently serves as the Vice President for Student Engagement and Campus Life/Chief Diversity Officer at Kentucky State University. Prior to this position, Dr. Greenfield spent 15 years as an award-winning faculty member and administrator. From 2011-14, he served in the chief diversity officer role at Alcorn State University. Under his leadership, Alcorn State became the only HBCU and school in Mississippi to receive the prestigious “Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award” twice from Insight Into Diversity magazine, as well as being named the “leader” among HBCUs for diversity in a Huffington Post feature article. Dr. Greenfield is a nationally recognized keynote speaker and workshop presenter, delivering dynamic, interactive sessions on topics ranging from inclusive excellence to transformational leadership.