- Devon Cantwell (University of Ottawa)
- Maria Struble (Western Colorado University)
- April Dawn Peters (Northern Arizona University)
Contact information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Community focus and purpose:
Our community is for all political science instructors who are interested in making their teaching more equitable and inclusive. Throughout this virtual community, we will work on reflecting and developing inclusive teaching mindsets, shifting pedagogical techniques, as well as modifying curriculum and resources.
Types of events planned:
Workshops, open discussions, community-building meetings, resource sharing hubs
How to join this virtual community:
If you are already a regular or VC member of WPSA log in here:
If this is your first time joining or it’s a new season, be sure to fill out the member information form.
If you are not yet a member of WPSA, you can join as a regular or VC member at http://www.wpsanet.org/member/join.php.
Regular WPSA membership dues include participation in the Virtual Communities program along with discounted registration fees to WPSA’s in-person conference, subscriptions to its two journals, and eligibility to participate in all other WPSA activities. For scholars and students who are interested in participating only in the Virtual Communities, WPSA offers a limited membership that does not include any other benefits. We encourage everyone who can to join WPSA as a full member to help sustain the Association.