Katz Presents in Chicago

Suzanne KatzAssociate Professor of Education Suzanne Katz presented a paper at the Free Minds Free People Conference in July in Chicago: “Creating Allies: Youth Theatre and Intercultural Dialogue.” This presentation looked at how the arts can be utilized to help students, aged 11-14, cross cultural divides and build artistic collaboration and lasting friendships.

In addition, the Margaret A. Cargill Foundation recently awarded Katz and the Educational Studies Department a $1500 honorarium for their work preparing future teachers to utilize the arts in teaching core subjects (English, math, science, and social studies).


To learn more about the Educational Studies Department, click here.

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