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COE Diversity Forum

Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center 405 SE Spokane Street, Pullman

Award winning author and illustrator Duncan Tonatiuh will visit WSU to discuss stories of immigration and teaching about immigration to elementary aged students. This event will include a book signing sponsored by The Bookie. Livestream is provided by WSU Global Campus. The talk will be from 4:00-5:00 p.m. with a book signing and reception to […]

Guest Speaker — On the Power of the Memoir: Writing Black Lives Into the Future

Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center 405 SE Spokane Street, Pullman

There will be a book signing and tasty appetizers to follow on the Pullman Campus.  WSU Global Campus will stream the event from 6:00-7:00 p.m. PDT through a closed registration feed. General you tube: Best place to watch and write comments If people from your campus would like to submit questions for the speaker, please […]

A Balancing Act: Faculty and First Gen

CUB Butch's Den (L60) WA

SUPPORTING OUR FIRST GEN COUGS A NASPA First Forward Webinar Navigating higher education as a first-generation college students can be challenging. Becoming faculty and identifying as first-gen adds a contextual layer to the higher education journey that must be discussed and explored! Presenters will share testimonials and personal narratives about how their intersecting identities, personal […]

8th Annual AFTOC Conference


The 8th annual event will include an interactive workshops with Jesse Hagopian, an award-winning educator and a leading voice on issues of educational equity, the school-to-prison pipeline, standardized testing, the Black Lives Matter at School Movement, and social justice unionism. The agenda includes:  11:00 - 11:15: Welcome and Introduction to Keynote Speaker: Jesse Hagopian 11:15 […]

9th Annual AFTOC Conference: Re-Defining Your Why: Embracing Our Experiences


The Alhadeff Future Teachers of Color (AFTOC) program at Washington State University (WSU) was established in response to the underrepresentation of ethnic minorities in the field of education. This includes individuals who wish to become teachers, principals, superintendents, and educational association or instructional leaders. AFTOC supports and sustains the social-psychological mattering of future teachers of […]

AFTOC General Meeting: Donuts & Discipline

Education Addition 308

AFTOC is having its next general meeting on Tuesday, October 5th, from 5-6 in ED AD 308. The topic of discussion will be focusing on disciplinary policies within K-12 education. Elementary and Secondary education students are encouraged to attend, as well as those that wish to combat these policies within the classroom. AFTOC will be […]

Save The Date: AFTOC 10th Annual Conference


The Alhadeff Future Teachers of Color (AFTOC) will be hosting their 10th annual conference on Thursday, March 24, 2022. The conference will be organized around the theme of: "Why Do We Go On: Reflections Of Educators Committed To Educational Justice." The keynote speaker will be announced sometime next year. If you have any questions, please […]