Amy B. Mulnix, PhD
Amy B. Mulnix spent the first 25 years of her career teaching biology at Earlham College, a Quaker-affiliated institution, where respect for all persons and social justice permeated curriculum and pedagogy. She now directs a Faculty Center at Franklin and Marshall College and works where she supports faculty across the arc of their careers and the scopes of their academic identities. She has specialized in evidence-based practices that achieve inclusion as well as equity-mindedness. Last Updated: 02-16-2021.
- Course Design and Preparation, Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity, Faculty, On-Demand Seminars, Online Seminars
- Beyond Pedagogy: Infusing Equity into Your Syllabus, Assignments, and Course Content
- $39.00 – $697.00
- Have you integrated inclusive pedagogies into your teaching and wonder what’s next? Are you ready to be more intentional about making your assignments and course content more equity-minded? This Magna Online Seminar will identify evidence-based approaches to add equity-minded content and improve the success of minoritized students in your disciplinary and institutional context.
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