Student Safety and Well-Being: Shifting the Narratives
Hosted by the School of Education Graduate Student Association
March 1 & 2, 2019 at Peabody Hall, UNC-Chapel Hill School of Education, which sits on land stolen by this country and university from the Catawba people.
*attendees with disabilities: feel free email Lucia (firstname.lastname@example.org) to let us know what you need in order to fully participate and feel comfortable at the conference. Our aim is to be as inclusive of all abilities and to advocate for a welcoming campus for all, beginning with this conference.
The conference will start on Friday, March 1 with an open mic night event from 6-8 p.m. at the PIT comedy club on Franklin St.
On Saturday, March 2, we will gather at Peabody from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. to hold community discussions and hear from presenters who are troubling and re-imagining the concepts of student safety and well-being. Presentations include:
- Fascism in the University
- Early Literacy Teacher Education
- Food Insecurity among Students
- Student Activism/Advocacy
- Vandalism 101: The Willful Destruction of Peabody Hall
- School Discipline: The School-to-Prison Pipeline is not “fake news”
- Queer PoC Leaders
- Cultural Identity and Pride
A full program will be available shortly.