Faculty Retreat 2021

The Center for Equity and Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CEETL) and the Academic Senate are partnering to host the Winter Faculty Retreat on January 21, 2021. This year’s retreat is titled, “How To Be an Anti-Racist University.” 

EVENT DETAILS

Where: Zoom and iLearn
When: Thursday, January 21, 2021, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.  
Who: All lecturer faculty, tenured/tenure track faculty, and administrators.

If you would like to share on social media, please use the hashtag #sfsuretreat21  

Thank you for attending.

Anti-Racisms banner with artwork of colored circles and a black and white vector image of Angela Y. Davis. Quote “In a racist society it is not enough to be non-racist, we must be anti-racist.”

Retreat Highlights

  • Plenary: SF State President Mahoney in Conversation with CSU Chancellor Castro.  
  • Panel: Anti-Racism at SF State 
  • Working Groups:  Opportunities for a variety of segments of SF State to engage in multi-directional discussions around anti-racism work.
  • RSCA Showcase: Recent Faculty Research, Scholarship and Creative Activities. 

How to Register & Participate:  

Join the iLearn site for the retreat. Here you will find Zoom links to the opening plenary and the panel discussion, as well as a place to upload your own short video or slideshow about your research, scholarship, or creative activities of 2019 and 2020.

You will also find a place to propose a working group or join a working group. 

If you are interested in leading a working group, please contact Wei Ming Dariotis at dariotis@sfsu.edu or Jackson Wilson at wilsonj@sfsu.edu

Pre-registration is not required, but please review the iLearn site in advance of the event. Once you self-enroll in the iLearn site, you register for the event. There is no fee to attend.  

 

 

SF State President Mahoney in Conversation with Chancellor-select Castro

Reasonable Accommodations: 

The SF State Faculty Retreat welcomes persons with disabilities and will provide reasonable accommodations upon request. Please contact Brian Neumann at brianneumann@sfsu.edu if you would like reasonable accommodations for this event.