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Faculty Center


The Faculty Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning creates valuable and appropriate connections across campus in order to facilitate individuals’ growth as engaged university citizens; and serves faculty, pertinent supporting offices, and the institution in pursuit of teaching, scholarship and creative excellence.


Faculty Center Summer Book Club

The Faculty Center is sponsoring a SUMMER BOOK CLUB. This year’s book is Brown White Black: An American Family at the Intersection of Race, Gender, Sexuality, and Religion by Nishta J. Mehra. Learn more about this book here. An excerpt from the book is available here.

Read the book this summer, and then we will meet together as a group to share and discuss your thoughts.

Six discussion group meeting dates will be offered. You need only attend one, as they will be similar. We will discuss the entire book, so be sure that you have finished the book by the time of your meeting date.  

Free copies of the book may be available to those who sign up with this form and commit to attending one of the discussion group meetings. Supplies are limited, and this is first come, first served. Look for an email from the Faculty Center that describes how to get your copy.

If you did not get a free copy, you may purchase the book on your own, or borrow it from the library, and still attend our discussion group.