Katz Presents in Chicago
Associate 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).
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