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As the new year and semester begin, faculty have the opportunity to get involved in new Faculty Learning Communities (or FLCs). These are groups that meet monthly to explore an issue of interest with a small group of faculty from a variety of disciplines and are each chaired by a certain faculty member. For the year 2020, there are currently 3 FLCs:  

  • Black Lives Matter, Co-chairs Maranda Ward and Susan LeLacheur 
  • Writing for Publication Accountability Group, Chair Imani M. Cheers 
  • Democratically Engaged Assessment, Chair Wendy Wagner 

FLC chairs are selecting meeting times now, based on the availability of those interested. Contact Wendy Wagner (wagnerw@gwu.edu) as soon as possible to be included.

Molly Sturges is this year’s Corcoran Visiting Professor for Community Engagement. She adapted one of her pieces called “Waking the Oracle,” for the GW community. It is described as “A multi-arts rave focusing on arts, spirituality, and climate justice.”  

The show will run October 31-November 3 in the Black Box theater in Building XX. Buy tickets here 

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