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Holmes Scholars Talks Scheduled

Schedule of remaining presentations by the Holmes Scholars

Diverse World Views

 

Penn State Puksar Holmes Scholars

 

2009 Spring Brown Bag Series
Time:  12:00 noon – 1:00 p.m.
Location: 123 Chambers Building

 

The Penn State Puksar Holmes Scholars (PSU PH Scholars) are doctoral-level graduate students enrolled in the College of Education. The PSU PH Scholars initiative is part of the Holmes Partnership, a national organization that builds sustainable partnerships between colleges of education and K–12 school districts. In 1991, the Holmes Partnership established the Holmes Scholars Program, designed for students from underrepresented groups who are entering the field of education. PSU PH Scholars support a forum that explores and addresses issues regarding their professional growth.

This semester, the PSU PH Scholars have been presenting talks on various diversity issues. Several more presentations remain in the Holmes Speaker series. Be sure to take advantage of these free brown bag seminars.

April 15
“Coming Out” of One Classroom & into the Next: The Comparative Experience of a Queer Educator Transitioning from One Professional Identity (K–12 Teacher) to the Next (University Faculty Member in a College of Education)
Presenter: Cole Reilly, Curriculum & Instruction/Women’s Studies
 
April 22
The Dark Side of Ethics in University Leadership
Presenter: Hector Sambolin, Educational Leadership
 
April 29
Clean Slate: Public Education in the "NEW" New Orleans
Presenter: Michelle Torregano, Curriculum & Instruction