Madison College’s Role Promoting Social Justice in the Community
Thursday, February 18 from 1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Online via Zoom or by Phone
Dr. Jack E. Daniels, III
FREE TO PLATO MEMBERS AND NON-MEMBERS BUT REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED IN ORDER TO OBTAIN THE LINK TO ATTEND. PLEASE REGISTER Before the event starts. QUESTIONS can be written in during the event.
In this PLATO lecture honoring Black History Month, Dr. Daniels will share about the college's long-standing work to be the leader in accessible affordable education that meets the evolving needs of our diverse communities. He will share about the work to create an environment where racial equity and respect of differences becomes woven into the fabric of our culture and the action we must continue to take if we want to provide a learning environment that is fair, equitable and just.
Dr. Daniels has a Doctorate degree in Psychology from the Wright Institute in Berkeley, CA and is entering his 8th year as President of Madison College.
As president of Madison College, Dr. Daniels has led the reshaping of the college in responding to the unique community needs and guiding the transformation of an institutional culture that practices and supports equity and inclusion.
Dr. Daniels led a successful campaign to establish the Goodman South Campus on Madison’s South side that includes the creation of the Early College STEM Academy, a partnership with the Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD). The Academy facilitates learning for 200 high school junior and seniors in a full-immersion STEM dual credit program leading to attaining a college degree at the same time students attain their high school diploma.
Dr. Daniels continues to advance a college leadership model that empowers individuals to lead within their scope of influence.
As the lecture is online, you can use your computer or smartphone to access the lecture and see the speaker during the presentation. You will not be visible during the lecture, but you will be able to chat with the speaker by typing in your comments.
If you do not have a computer or smartphone you can also use your regular phone to dial a phone number and listen to the talk.
Questions? - contact the lecture organizer, Tim Otis, at email@example.com