Supporting student success, faculty development, and community, the Hanson Center coordinates, co-sponsors, and connects activities related to Inclusive STEM teaching and research.
Are you a student seeking a mentor, or a faculty or staff member hoping to start a mentoring program in your department or program? The Hanson Center can help with resources, coordination, and community building.
A six-week launchpad to life at Lafayette for selected incoming first-year students.
We are available to support faculty members — individually or as department or program cohorts — incorporating inclusive pedagogies and materials into their courses and curricula.
Interested in joining a community engaged with the relevant literature of inclusive pedagogy, and the historical intersections of gender, race, and identity with STEM culture? Our first book group discussed the work of our Fall 2020 speaker, Ruha Benjamin. In fall 2021, we considered Pedagogy of the Oppressed, and in spring 2022 we read bell hooks’s Teaching to Transgress. Email to join a klatch!