Biennial Schreyer Conference
The Schreyer Conference is made possible through the generous donation of William A. and Joan L. Schreyer. The Schreyer Institute for Teaching Excellence and the Schreyer Honors College co-host the biennial conference on issues that are timely and of national importance in higher education. The conference provides a forum for national leaders to share knowledge and practices that advance teaching and learning at Penn State.
2022 Schreyer Conference
Looking Inward, Moving Forward: Advancing DEIA in Teaching and Learning
The 2022 Schreyer Conference focuses on the critical role of diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility (DEIA) in teaching and learning. Through plenary presentations, facilitated roundtable discussions, and individual reflection, we hope that the conference will foster courage to listen deeply, to reflect on our commitment to DEIA, and to advance DEIA in teaching and learning through collective and individual action.
The conference will be held via Zoom.
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Wednesday, January 5
Thursday, January 6
Plenary Speakers on Wednesday, January 5
Plenary Speakers on Thursday, January 6
Acknowledgement of Landhttp://equity.psu.edu/acknowledgement-of-land
The Pennsylvania State University campuses are located on the original homelands of the Erie, Haudenosaunee (Seneca, Cayuga, Onondaga, Oneida, Mohawk, and Tuscarora), Lenape (Delaware Nation, Delaware Tribe, Stockbridge-Munsee), Shawnee (Absentee, Eastern, and Oklahoma), Susquehannock, and Wahzhazhe (Osage) Nations. As a land grant institution, we acknowledge and honor the traditional caretakers of these lands and strive to understand and model their responsible stewardship. We also acknowledge the longer history of these lands and our place in that history.