Frequently Identified Learning Outcomes

Check out this graph showing most frequently identified learning outcomes among institutions surveyed for the report. Fifteen outcomes are shown, ranging from a high of 90% for Written Communication down to a low of 29% for Digital Literacy.

Source: Finley, A. & McConnell, K. D. (2022). On the same page?: Adiministrator and faculty . . .  read more

A Reflection on Tulsa 1921: Reporting a Massacre

Front cover of the book Tulsa 1921 Reporting a Massacre

Written by Saheli Nath, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Management — 

This book is a fascinating work highlighting the contradictions between history and memory. In this book, Krehbiel describes the Tulsa Race Massacre of 1921 and discusses the antecedents and consequences of the tragic event that left somewhere around ~300 African Americans dead (estimates . . .  read more

Creating “Unpracticed Conversations Assignments” for Our Courses

Front cover of the book "Race Talk and the Conspiracy of Silence" by Derald Wing Sue

by Laura Dumin, Ph.D., English — 

I am hoping to teach George Takei’s “They Calles Us Enemy” this spring. It’s a graphic novel about the Japanese internment camps in America. My hope is that by looking at this moment in time we might begin to discuss what it meant to look Asian/be Asian at that time. I’d like to talk about what it . . .  read more

Non-Binary Lives Book Reflection Reveals Challenges

Front cover of the book Non-binary Lives: An Anthology of Intersecting Identities

by Vanessa Bentley, Ph.D., Humanities and Philosophy — 

I attended two out of three sessions for the Non-Binary Lives reading group led by Ed Cunliff in Spring 2021. I joined the reading group for professional and personal reasons. Professionally, as a gender studies scholar, I’m interested in inclusionary and intersectional accounts of gender, . . .  read more

Reflecting on “practice retrieval” by a business faculty member

by Anonymous Business faculty — 

Something I am just now realizing, and appreciating, is that many of the speakers and books we are exposed to through 21CPI are saying the same things but in different words and examples, and methods. They are beginning to ‘transform’ me, so to speak, as they are incorporated into how I think about designing . . .  read more

Identifying and Managing Unconscious Bias reflection

M. Suzanne Clinton, DBA, SPHR, UCO College of Business — 

Overview and Reflection

On April 28, 2020, from 1-2:30, I attended “Identifying and Managing Unconscious Bias” with Lt. Wayland Cubit.  Since I teach Principles of Management and Organization Behavior, I was quite familiar with the terms Lt. Cubit used, their definitions, and their . . .  read more