Archive: Education Inquiry and Justice

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Faculty and Staff Celebrated at Spring Convocation

The College of Arts & Sciences gathered in Copley Formal Lounge to celebrate the outstanding faculty and staff who comprise its exceptional community of…

April 8, 2024

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Education, Inquiry, and Justice Program Packs Calendar for Spring Semester

This semester, the Education, Inquiry, and Justice Program (EDIJ) is planning a wide array of events for students interested in the study of…

February 16, 2023

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Sabrina Wesley-Nero Creates Curriculum for Literacy Program to Counteract Education Inequities

Sabrina Wesley-Nero, Ph.D., and director of the Education, Inquiry and Justice Program,  oversaw and wrote the curriculum for the inaugural year of the 1619 Freedom School in…

October 14, 2021

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Senior Proposes Legal Clinic for DC Youth at George Washington Law Through EDIJ Program

Caroline Jaipaul (C’21) is submitting a proposal to start a legal clinic at George Washington Law that will serve DC youth who are currently court-involved through oral and…

May 20, 2021

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Professor Discusses Importance of Equitable Education in of Wake Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has made apparent many inequities of our society, not the least of which being education. Sabrina Wesley-Nero, Ph.D., (SFS ‘95), director of the…

February 16, 2021

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Two College Alumni Elected to Hometown School Boards Hope to Make Education More Equitable

Nicolo Orozco (C’19) and Luisa Santos (C’14) were recently elected to the school boards in their hometowns. The alumni are now working to help their communities by applying…

December 16, 2020