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Jody Greene – The Great Reset: University Teaching and Learning after COVID
July 12 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
| Virtual Event
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought about many permanent changes in college teaching and learning. The pandemic has not only precipitated but also accelerated changes already underway at UCSC and elsewhere—from technological enhancements to trauma-informed teaching. Join Professor Jody Greene
in conversation with Stephanie Chan, UCSC alumna and Foothill College professor. Chan and Greene will discuss UCSC’s history of educational innovation and what teaching and learning might look like post-pandemic. The audience will have plenty of time to engage with Chan and Greene and ask questions.
Jody Greene is associate vice provost for teaching and learning and professor of literature at UC Santa Cruz. She is also the founding director of UCSC’s Center for Innovations in Teaching and Learning. In addition to educational and organizational development in higher education, Greene’s research interests include intellectual property, human rights, and the history of the institution of literature. Her most recent writing, on teaching and learning trends in higher education, appeared in Inside Higher Ed and The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Stephanie Chan is assistant professor of English at Foothill College in Los Altos Hills, California. She teaches courses in composition and literature and recently co-authored a curriculum with which the College will inaugurate its new Ethnic Studies program. She got her Ph.D. in literature from UCSC in 2014, specializing in Asian Pacific American literature and culture. She is proud to have served as a TA in Professor Greene’s class while doing her graduate studies. She runs ultra-marathons in her spare time.