Expanding Cultures: How where I come from informs where I am going and how I will get there

October 15, 2019
12:00 pm
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Description

In this Webinar Chanel Beebe will discuss how her various identities inform her perspective within the classroom, community, and academy. Expanding upon critical race theory, experiential learning models and culturally relevant pedagogy, Chanel Beebe will discuss how her research, engagement, and teaching has emerged from her values and social justice priorities.

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Presenters

Chanel Beebe
Purdue University

Chanel Beebe, Purdue University

 

Chanel Beebe is a PhD student in Purdue University's Engineering Education Program where she is currently conducting research about how to use the engineering design process to address social problems. A native of Detroit, Michigan, Chanel holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Michigan Ann Arbor in Industrial Engineering and is also a self-taught abstract artist and poet. She is a multimedia creator who seeks to use her research and art to facilitate change in the experiences of oppressed peoples. Beebe was a presenter at the Hi-5 Session at CoNECD 2019. She is a Ford Foundation Pre-Doctoral Fellow and NAMEPA Thought Leader for the Cultural Hackathon. More about Chanel Beebe and her work can be found at  ChanelBeebe.com 

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