- April 13, 2012
- 8:42 am
- Janet Pierce-Ritter
Two Guest Speakers Visit the School of Education
Author Mary Clare, Professor and Director of the Psychological and Cultural Studies program at Lewis and Clark University, will be coming to the School of Education to speak about and lead a discussion on her recent book entitled 100 Voices: Americans Speak About Change. Dr. Clare, who will be in town for a book signing, is coming to Loyola through a joint invitation from the School of Education’s Diversity Committee and its Psychology and Research in the Schools Affinity Group.
Color-blind Ideology with Dr. Helen Neville
Monday, April 23rd • 12:00-1:30 p.m. • WTC Corboy Law Center, Room 523
Dr. Helen Neville, Professor in the Department of Educational Psychology and Department of African American Studies at University of Illinois – Urbana-Champaign, is being sponsored by the Counseling Psychology Program and the School of Education. She will discuss:
Is it possible to be color-blind?
How does color-blind ideology affect race-relations?