Kingston University’s Nona McDuff will present the keynote address “Overcoming Hidden Biases and Creating an Inclusive Curriculum” at 11 a.m., Thursday, April 6, in Cone University Center, McKnight Hall. She will host several workshops between April 6-13 to work in smaller, more personalized group settings with faculty members. These events are free, but registration is required.
McDuff is uniquely positioned to share her experiences. She has led myriad race equality symposia and conferences around the United Kingdom (UK) and is currently an executive board member of Kingston’s Race and Equalities Council. She also is chair of the Higher Education Race Action Group and was recently selected from 1,200 applicants to serve on the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) panel, a group that helps shape the future of UK government university assessments.