Faculty Colloquium

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Our Colloquiums series is composed of weekly hour-long lunch talks.

Spring 2021



Presentation Date

Welcome Back Teaching Workshop:
Discussion of the Hy-Flex Teaching Model

As we kick off the Spring 2021 semester, please join us on Zoom to talk about “hy-flex” teaching. What worked well–and what did not work–in this new, hybrid teaching environment? What best practices are you taking into 2021, and what are you planning to do differently? This informal teaching workshop is also a great time to reconnect with colleagues.

Monday, January 25

Kathy Stanchi
E.L. Cord Professor of Law
William S. Boyd School of Law, UNLV

The Rhetoric of Racism in the United States Supreme Court

Monday, February 1

Michael Selmi
Foundation Professor of Law
Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law

Algorithms, Discrimination, and the Law

(Note: This session will start at 12:20 pm)

Monday, February 8

Bennett Capers
Professor of Law and Director of Center on Race, Law & Justice
Fordham Law School

Monday, February 15

Teaching Workshop

Monday, February 22

Sarah Redfield
Professor Emerita
University of New Hampshire School of Law

Training Toward Intentional Equity: Focus on the Academy

Monday, March 1

Shirin Sinnar
Professor of Law and John A. Wilson Faculty Scholar
Stanford Law

Monday, March 15

Teaching Workshop: Positionality in the Classroom

How should one address positionality when teaching? Should you be open about your political views/perspectives, so that students know where you stand? Or should you try to appear completely neutral? Which approach is most likely to foster student engagement? (Discussion to be led by Dan Bodansky and Charles Calleros)

Monday, March 29

Beth Colgan
Professor of Law
UCLA School of Law

Monday, April 5

Save the Date

Monday, April 12