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Wednesday, November 10 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Higher Ed Behaving Badly: Identifying and Addressing Academic Bullying

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As educational developers, we work hard to help our faculty and institutions shape academia into a safe and welcoming space for students. But have we done enough to make academia safe and welcoming for all who work within it -- faculty, staff, and even ourselves? Research tells the story of many who have suffered academic bullying, with negative mental, physical, and organizational consequences. This roundtable will explore and define bullying behaviors and experiences within the higher ed environment. We will identify components of academic culture that might facilitate bullying and consider ways to initiate discussions on bullying within your institution/organization.

Note from the Conference Team: Engage With Small(er) Groups in Roundtable Sessions 
  • Roundtable Discussions are intended to provide an opportunity for interactions in a smaller group setting. To accomplish the goal of more focused and personal conversations, we recommend presenters limit attendance for roundtable discussions to 30 participants. 
  • If you are unable to join a roundtable because it has reached the maximum number of participants, we encourage you to check-out one or more of the on-demand sessions (available throughout the conference) or a Q&A session scheduled for the same time from Wednesday to Friday.

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Adam Smith

Pennsylvania State University, University Park Campus
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Allison Boye (she/her)

Founding Director, Center for Teaching and Learning, Collin College

Wednesday November 10, 2021 3:30pm - 4:30pm EST