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In this series, we will draw from the fields of history, science, psychology, culture, sociology, and neurobiology to inform practical tips and strategies for creating deeper classroom engagement. Now, more than ever, we believe the politics of conversations in the classroom demand new ways of talking about our differences and, most importantly, moving from debate to dialogue.

For our first conversation, we will be exploring the importance of having political conversations in the classroom, discussing resources for faculty, and talking as a group about tools to help us all make sense of momentous events.

This series is a collaboration between USC Dornsife Office of Diversity, USC Rossier, USC Campus Wellbeing & Education, USC Center for the Political Future, and USC Center for Excellence in Teaching.

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