Creating Inclusive Spaces in the Curriculum to Improve the Classroom Climate

Originally delivered Apr 16, 2021
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In this Distinguished Lecture for the Department of Chemical Engineering, Professor Matt Lee, PhD, from the Human Services Program at Northeastern will discuss his life, career, and lifelong commitment to equity and diversity for college students. Drawing on his years of experience engaged in intergroup dialogue, research, teaching study abroad, and anti-racist training, Dr Lee will describe some lessons for attendees to consider in developing a more inclusive curriculum and climate. Question & answer period to take place during the session.


Matthew Lee

Matt Lee has taught courses in counseling theory and practice, cross-cultural psychology, ethnic identity and conflict (in Romania, Germany, Poland, and Croatia), intro to psychology, lifespan development, developmental psychology, race and empowerment, Asian American identity, psychology and literature, and senior capstone.

His research examines campus climate and advocacy for diversity/inclusion in the classroom, and Asian American mental health as it relates to experiences of microaggressions that may...Read more

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