Diálogos Virtuales

Lecture-discussion series

Diálogos Virtuales was a lecture-discussion series hosted between Fall 2020 and Spring 2022. Through this series, the College of Education promoted the continued development of a visible culture of intellectual advancement, critical dialogue, and community engagement and activism amongst education students, faculty, staff and other allied service professionals interested in advancing diversity, equity-justice, and inclusion in higher and PK-12 education at local, regional, national, and international levels.

Discussion Topics & Speakers

Spring 2022

Fall 2021

Spring 2021


Fall 2020

  • Creating Safe and Inclusive Schools for LGBTQ Students
    Dr. Vincent Pompei
  • Teaching in Bilingual Education for Critical Racial Consciousness: Lessons on Latinx Equity from a Dual-language Program
    Dr. Laura Chavez-Moreno 
  • Descriptive Inquiry and Theatre of the Oppressed as Social Justice Methodologies
    Dr. Felicia V. Black
  • Racial Justice in Teaching and Learning (Video Recording for Racial Justice in Teaching and Learning)
    Dr. Joseph F. Johnson
  • Who's Afraid of Distance Learning?
    Dr. Douglas Fisher and Dr. Nancy Frey