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dije Expansions Vol 1

Spring / Summer 2017

The Marsal Family School of Education is proud to be a leader in the campus-wide initiative promoting Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity. Adding "Justice" to these values underscores the role of educators in the creation of just societies. Through research, public scholarship, community building, and the preparation of education practitioners and policymakers, we articulate and advance our dije agenda.

Elizabeth Moje

Welcome to Expansions!

I have the honor of introducing our new Marsal Family School of Education newsletter focused solely on reporting and advancing our work to develop a more diverse, inclusive, just, and equitable (dije) Marsal Family School of Education. Our dije efforts are more than just an initiative undertaken to satisfy a larger university strategy. We see our work as critical to developing dije practices of educators at all levels and in multiple venues. Ultimately, we hope to contribute to producing education systems, learning opportunities, and communities that are similarly diverse, inclusive, just, and equitable.

Expansions is an important step toward improving our communication with one another about this work. As the name implies, at the core of dije is growth; we must create the opportunities to advance beyond our current limits and engage in new practices that shape our society through education. This new tool is, in itself, an expansion, because it helps us to reach all members of our community and to provide resources and information.

Expansions will help us move forward by creating greater transparency and connectedness. Two questions I frequently hear within the community are What is the Marsal Family School of Education actually doing to advance dije?and How do I fit into the dije initiative? These questions indicate the need for greater communication. Because our success is dependent on each member of our community, it is crucial that everyone have frequent access to information about dije work and opportunities to be engaged.

I want to thank Professor Camille Wilson and master’s student Delina Zapata for creating this important communication tool. We look forward to feedback from the community.

Elizabeth Birr Moje
Marsal Family School of Education Dean
Expansions Vol 1
This premier issue of Expansions features a variety of profiles of student, faculty, and staff contributions that enrich the SOE and expand the enactment our diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice (dije) commitments.
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In an April 2017 interview, Professor Bates reflected on his vast career.
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In May 2017, the first Marsal Family School of Education dije awards were given to students, faculty, and staff members.
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PILOT members design and execute campus programs and community outreach projects related to social issues, networking, and K-12 school outreach.
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This March Colloquium featured student, staff, and faculty speakers who drew upon their expertise or first-hand experience with immigration matters.
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The annual Outspoken event is sponsored by SOE’s student organization Becoming Educators of Tomorrow.
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We begin the 2017-18 school year a with a few new activities to invite greater SOE-wide dialogue, awareness, and feedback on dije matters.
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We thank Delina Zapata for her service.