September 18, 2022

Greetings, Colleagues,

Here is your weekly round up of upcoming events.

Center for Inclusive Teaching and Learning open house events — 

Thursday September 22, 2022         8:00-9:30 am Dana Hall 216

Tuesday October 4, 2022                 12-1pm Dana Hall 216 (Please Note Date Time Change)

Landscapes of Settler Memory — On Monday, 9/19, at 4:15pm in Pettengill G52, Eli Meyerhoff, PhD and Jaime Gonzalez, PhD will discuss “Landscapes of Settler Memory,” sponsored by the Gender and Sexuality Studies Program and the Learning Associates Program.

Noontime Meditation — Mondays from 12:00-12:30pm. Peter J. Gomes Chapel (add to your calendar)

Advising Workshop Series — The full workshop schedule is detailed at the Academic Advising Portal. The next workshop  is on Sept 21/Sept 22. If you are interested in attending any of the workshops, please fill out this google form

Kroepsch Pedagogy Panel — MONDAY, 9/19!  Registration link:

Teagle Foundation Upcoming Workshop on Teaching with Transformative TextsEmily Bernard, Julian Lindsay Green & Gold Professor of English at the University of Vermont, will lead a “How I Teach This Text” workshop on how she teaches Nella Larsen’s Passing so it is accessible and engaging to first-year students and non-humanities majors. The workshop will take place on Thursday, Sept. 22, 2022 at 12:30 EST.

Register here >

Learn more about the workshop series >

COVID-19 Information Session — Information session with our advisors from the Mayo Clinic, Dr. Stacey Rizza and Dr. Jack O’Horo, along with colleagues at the college who are leading our COVID-19 management and support efforts. With the shifting landscape related to COVID-19, now is a good time to offer another information session to faculty and staff. We will host a Zoom webinar information session on Thursday, September 22 at 4:15 p.m. To register, please click here. Please note that to participate in the Zoom Webinar next Thursday you will need to be signed in to your Zoom account.

Literary Arts Live presents poet Ed Roberson — Thursday, September 22nd 7:00 – 8:00pm. PGILL G52. FMI contact Myronn Hardy (
CCOWE presentation by Brady Chilson (’23) — Friday, September 23rd, noon – 1:00pm. Commons 221. FMI contact Sylvia Federico,

Philip J. Otis Committee invites you to attend The 25th Annual Otis Lecture, made possible by the Philip J. Otis ’95 Endowment; Carolyn Finney, author of Black Faces, White Spaces: Reimagining the Relationship of African Americans to the Great Outdoors will deliver a talk entitled “Reparative Gestures: On Race, Redemption and (Re)making a Green World.” A book signing will follow the lecture.

Wednesday, October 12, 2022
7:30 p.m.
Olin Arts Center Concert Hall
Bates College