March 26, 2024

As strong advocates of thoughtful, effective teaching, you’re invited to this year’s UW Teaching & Learning Symposium keynote. This event will focus on the theme of “empowering students” and will consist of two parts: 1) a keynote talk by Cate Denial, an award-winning scholar and author of the forthcoming, A Pedagogy of Kindness, and 2) a panel discussion between Denial and 3 UW educators.

Symposium Keynote Event | 1pm, April 16 | Walker Ames Room (KNE 225) | Seattle campus (Zoom option available)
Faculty, staff, and students from all UW campuses are invited to register for the 20th annual UW Teaching & Learning Symposium. This year’s keynote event explores the theme of empowering students through teaching and will feature:
  • Cate Denial – Bright Distinguished Professor of American History | Bright Institute at Knox College
  • Kevin Lin – Assistant Teaching Professor, Computer Science & Engineering
  • Maya Smith – Associate Professor, French & Italian Studies, and Associate Dean for Equity, Justice & Inclusion
  • Rachel Song – doctoral student, Psychology
Come in person and share a cup of coffee or tea with colleagues or join by Zoom.
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