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TLA:  How does resistance to change and fear of the unknown influence academia and impact your own life?

TLA: How does resistance to change and fear of the unknown influence academia and impact your own life?

The Teaching-Learning Academy (TLA) is a central forum that engages students, faculty, staff, and community members in the study of teaching and learning. We meet every other week to explore a particular dialogue question or theme. Participation is open to anyone interested and you do not have to commit to every session in order to attend.

This week's question is: How does resistance to change and fear of the unknown influence academia and impact your own life?

This week's question is affiliated with the 2018 Western Reads, Octavia’s Brood: Science Fiction Stories from Social Justice Movements chapter “Small and Bright.”

The TLA sessions are held in Haggard Hall 222 from noon - 12:50 pm.

Students can receive library practicum credit for participation in the TLA Dialogue Sessions. For more information, contact Shevell.Thibou@wwu.edu

Date:
Thursday, January 31, 2019
Time:
12:00pm - 12:50pm
Location:
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Categories:
TLA Dialogue Sessions

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