The Social Justice Institute weaves together the richly diverse contributions of scholars from varying disciplines and schools to inspire the next generation of informed, critically thinking promoters of social justice.
To better prepare today's students for the range of opportunities to make a difference in their communities and in the world, the Institute is developing an interdisciplinary undergraduate minor in social justice that is open to students from all participating schools. The Institute's Curriculum Subcommittee will soon start discussing innovative curricular options in social justice for graduate and professional students
For all those interested, during Spring 2014 SJUS 100: Introduction to Social Justice will be co-taught by History assistant professor John Flores and Sociology associate professor Timothy Black. Flores and Black were the first two faculty members hired through the Social Justice Institute. For more details, visit our course information page here.
To learn more about social justice initiatives at Case Western Reserve and how you can be involved, contact the CWRU Social Justice Institute at 216.368.2515 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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