Critical Conversations

Sponsored by: Educational Leadership and Cultural Foundations (ELC) Department & School of Education (SOE)

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Theme

Educational Leadership for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

Purpose

The purpose of the Educational Leadership and Cultural Foundations Critical Conversations (ELCCC) conference, is to create dialogue to address the current socio-political climate in the United States. A central goal of this conference is for participants to walk away with a set of pedagogical tools to use in their practice. We seek to extend these critical conversations with faculty, students, teachers, educational leaders, and other community members who are interested in having a positive impact on the world.

Career Talk: “The Academic Job Market – How To”

October 26, 2021 3:45 – 5:30 pm

Registration

This event will open soon for registration.

Session Overview

The ELC Department invites students and alumni to join them for a programming workshop about careers in academia. Specifically, this session will focus on the initial job search process:

  • where to look for job postings
  • decoding job announcments
  • preparing multiple documents (for e.g. CV, teaching philosphy)
  • UNCG Career Center resources

Panelists will include ELC alumni currently holding various faculty positions. They will share their experiences as well as answer your questions.

Panelist include:

  • Nicole Hall
  • Lori Kniffin
  • Yacine Kout
  • Donovan Livingston
  • Oliver Thomas
  • Juan Rios Vega

Previous Event Materials

Click on the links below to review materials from previous Educational Leadership and Cultural Foundations Critical Conversations (ELCCC) conference sessions.

Contact

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Educational Leadership and Cultural Foundations (ELC) Department
Email: elc@uncg.edu (Please include “ELC Conference” in the subject of your email.)
Phone: 336.334.3490
Address: School of Education Building, Room 366
1300 Spring Garden St. Greensboro, NC 27412