LEARN Center

Lunch Hour Reading/Discussion Club

Every semester we offer the opportunity to explore interesting texts with colleagues from across campus. These “book clubs” typically meet twice a month over the lunch hour for six to eight weeks during fall or spring semester. Recent book selections have included Stamped from the Beginning (Ibram X. Kendi), Small Teaching Online (Flower Darby and James M. Lang), Radical Hope: a Teaching Manifesto (Kevin M. Gannon), How Humans Learn (Joshua Eyler), Connected Teaching (Harriet L. Schwartz), and White Fragility (Robin DiAngelo).


Current Reading Groups

Book Clubs

The Undergraduate Experience
Fall 2021

Book Clubs

Fact VS Fiction
Fall 2021

Do you have ideas for books, workshops, or other types of programs? Are you interested in participating in panels or facilitating sessions? We'd love to hear your suggestions! Please follow this link to a short form to enter your ideas. The LEARN Center director or staff will follow-up on all suggestions via email.

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Previous Book Clubs

Book Clubs

The Privileged Poor
Spring 2021

Book Clubs

How To Be An Antiracist
Spring 2021

Book Clubs

Geeky Pedagogy
Spring 2021

Book Club

Archived Book Clubs
1999 to Last Year

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