Events in UCIS

Monday, June 29

9:00 am Teacher Training
VIRTUAL Interdisciplinary Global Educators Working Group: Session I
Location:
Virtual
Sponsored by:
African Studies Program, Asian Studies Center, Center for Latin American Studies, Center for Russian East European and Eurasian Studies, European Studies Center, Global Studies Center and National Consortium on Teaching About Asia
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Have you wished for the opportunity to work with colleagues at your school to globalize a unit, lesson, or module?

Collaborate across disciplines with colleagues from your school to (re)design global curriculum! This program will provide educators with the time, (virtual) space, and material support to work with like-minded colleagues and (re)design an interdisciplinary, global unit or lessons. We are accepting applications from teams of 2-4 educators (teachers, librarians, curriculum development specialists, and/or administrative personnel are welcome to apply). Act 48 credits and a stipend provided to each participant as well as a mini-grant offered to each team for curricular materials.

Submit your application here by June 19, 2020: https://forms.gle/JLMzDuRxRmmR267T7

3:00 pm Lecture
Charlemos Series: The Story Behind Critical Research in Latin America
Location:
https://pitt.zoom.us/j/92729064085
Sponsored by:
Center for Latin American Studies along with Political Institutions and Processes Section of the Latin American Studies Association
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Charlemos is a new initiative that creates space for political scientists and other academics to discuss the critical social and political challenges facing Latin America today--including democratic backsliding, economic inequality, racial injustice, gender inequities, and a host of other issues – we are inaugurating a new virtual series.

The first lecture in the Charlemos Series will be hosted by Jennifer Cyr. Javier Corrales will present his paper, "Democratic backsliding through electoral irregularities: The case of Venezuela," (European Review of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, 2020) and Fabrice Lehoucq will present his paper (forthcoming in Journal of Democracy), "Bolivia's Citizen Revolt."

For more information, please visit: https://www.ucis.pitt.edu/clas/content/charlemos