Here’s the announcement about a lecture tomorrow at N.C. State. I hope that someone will be able to explain to me afterward which students who would have been “diverse” in the old days won’t qualify as “neo-diverse” now.
Teaching to Retain and Recruit Neo-Diversity with Dr. Rupert Nacoste
Caldwell Lounge in Caldwell Hall
Dr. Rupert Nacoste, professor of Social Psychology and 2013 recipient of the Board of Governors Award for Excellence in Teaching, will lead CHASS’s fall diversity lecture. To create a neo-diverse university environment, we must solve the pipeline problem. To do that we must retain the neo-diverse students who come to us and recruit them into graduate education. Nacoste will outline teaching techniques that influence our retention of neo-diverse students who are already in our majors and show teaching techniques that activate the non-cognitive factors that will bring those students into the pipeline of our graduate education programs to become the professors of the future.