If we use the right pedagogies and create supportive environments, we as educators could... come to view learning as an opportunity to raise more conscientious, ethical, and caring human beings.

TLTHE Special Issue on Partnerships as Experienced by Students

by Ketevan Kupatadze In this post I focus on Teaching and Learning Together in Higher Education (TLTHE)’s recently published issue entirely dedicated to student perspectives on pedagogical partnerships. As student-faculty partnership becomes part of institutional teaching and learning cultures around …





"Could collective curriculum activism drive change more rapidly by reaching wider sections of our institutions?"

Student-staff partnership as collective curricular activism in curriculum liberation efforts

by Lucy Mercer-Mapstone Much of higher education is undeniably patriarchal, cis-gendered, heterosexual, and white. As a reader (and statistically speaking in academic circles, probably a straight, cis, white and/or male reader), this is probably an uncomfortable acknowledgement to make. I …





Creating more opportunities for Historically Underrepresented Minority Students (HURMS) is social justice work. However, simply populating your lab or work group with students who identify as HURMS is not sufficient... Five Critical Race Theory (CRT) tenets ... are beneficial for all students and teacher-scholars.

Using Critical Race Theory to Craft Undergraduate Research Experiences

by Buffie Longmire-Avital Nineteen years ago I was in the middle of my first year serving as head resident advisor (HRA) to an almost entirely first year residence hall. As the HRA I was responsible for organizing and providing monthly professional …