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At this time, all in-person University events are postponed. Many virtual events, like webinars, will continue as scheduled. Information on whether events are cancelled or rescheduled will be posted as we receive it. In the meantime, please reach out to event organizers for the latest information about specific events.

Postponed: POSTPONED - Faculty Research Seminar - Dr. Elizabeth Holman

Tuesday, March 31 at 12:30pm to 2:30pm

Hayes Hall, 203
Hayes Hall, Bowling Green, OH 43403

This event is postponed due to the University’s proactive response efforts to slow down the spread of the novel coronavirus. Thus, the Faculty Research Seminar with Dr. Elizabeth Holman, which was planned to be held on March 31st, 2020, will not be held on that date. We will be updating with a new date for 2020-21 school year once the event has been rescheduled.

Join the Center for Women and Gender Equity for a Faculty Research Seminar with Dr. Elizabeth Holman, Assistant Professor of Human Development and Family Studies.

Tuesday, March 31st
12:30-2:30pm
Hayes 203
Lunch provided - RSVP required

Please RSVP to cwge@bgsu.edu, as spaces will be limited.

Seminar Title: “I Share to Help Them See”: A Mixed-Method Analysis of Faculty Use of Self-Disclosure in Diversity Courses

Self-disclosure within a classroom setting can enhance the student-instructor relationship and overall student learning. However, faculty have reported that sharing marginalized identities with students can be detrimental to both personal and professional well-being. In an increasingly hostile socio-political climate, decisions about self-disclosure in the classroom can be tricky, particularly in courses which center the topic of identity, such as Family Diversity.
This mixed-methods study reveals college faculty’s decisions to intentionally share or not share certain aspects of their identity while teaching diversity- related courses. Factors influencing these pedagogical decisions, as well as implications of these decisions for students’ learning about diverse identities, will be explored.

Dr. Elizabeth G. Holman received her doctorate in HDFS from the University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign. Her research centers on examination of the socio-political environments that affect the health and well-being of queer families. She teaches Queer Families & Communities, Human Sexuality, as well as Family Diversity courses.

To our guests with disabilities, please indicate if you need special services, assistance or appropriate modifications to fully participate in this event by contacting Accessibility Services at access@bgsu.edu or 419-372-8495. Please notify us prior to the event.

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