He has created lessons and taught in classrooms in sub-Saharan Africa as well as in urban and suburban schools in the US. His research interest at the time was identifying the variables which help low-income students of color persist at predominantly white institutions.
Also a part-time faculty member, Diane proudly and happily teaches various courses at Syracuse University. Guests will be able to take a shuttle to and from campus throughout the conference.
Please note that, unless you have recieved advance approval from conference organizers, your travel itinerary must depart from and conclude at the same location. George Dardess and Dr. This ranges from reconceptualizing educational goals to include practices that contribute to understanding the physical and social world as a holistic system.
Flores has written about demographic changes in U. For more, please email us: interfaith naz. She has extensive experience in teaching, group facilitation, advising, and mentoring.
Diane has also worked as a graduate teaching associate and instructor of record at the University of Arizona, and as an adjunct faculty member and graduate advisor for the Master of Arts programs at the Prescott College Tucson Center.
Religions and Prisons This one-day workshop is for chaplains, administrators, and staff who serve the correctional facilities in New York state. The goal of this one-day workshop is to assist members of the business community with gaining and applying such a working knowledge to enhance their professional relationships.
Teaching World Religions and Cultures in Our Schools is a five-day immersion and seminar series for social studies and global studies teachers. Train the Trainers Train the Trainers: Understanding World Religions and Interfaith Relations is a week-long, non-credit certificate course offered each summer for professionals, business people, religious leaders, social workers, and all those who interact with others.