Panel Moderator: Derek
Panel: Dohra Ahmad, St. John’s College of Liberal Arts and
Natalie Byfield, St. John’s College of Liberal Arts and
Elaine Carey, St.
John’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Lawrence Pitilli, College of Professional
Join us as we hear University faculty share their thoughts on ways
that our curricula might benefit from further highlighting and
showcasing the extraordinary cultural diver-sity of our student
body. Why is it important to have curricula—both in the core and
the student's major—that mirror our diverse student body? What are
some of the ways such cultural, linguistic, ethnic, religious, and
geographic diversity might be studied in our curricula? If St.
John's is known in no small way for our student diversity, how
might we move towards making our curricula also known for being an
environment where such diversity is explored, researched, and
Monday, November 19
1:50 to 3:15 p.m.
Sullivan Hall Café, Queens Campus
If you have any questions please contact the CTL at CTL@stjohns.edu.