Recent conversations in Utah and nationwide highlight the debate and division surrounding Critical Race Theory (CRT) in education. The purpose of this event is to celebrate the ways CRT informs and deepens our teaching, research, and community engagement in higher education. Panelists will explore how they use CRT in the classroom and in their research, and discuss how doing so advances USU’s mission of “cultivating diversity of thought and culture" and “serving the public through learning, discovery, and engagement.” Join us for an engaging—and celebratory—discussion that will reenergize our shared purpose in this work and build connections across our university.
Utah State University
Critical Race Theory, CRT, Pedagogy, Higher Education
Edenfield, Avery C.; Jones, Isaiah; Mecham, Emma; and Glass, Christy M., "Working at the Intersections: Critical Race Scholarship and Pedagogy Today" (2022). Intersections on Inclusion: Critical Conversations about the Academy. 7.