Thriving Classrooms

Thriving Classrooms is a series of workshops aimed at building community and collaboration between departments.  Resources will be provided to navigate issues impacting students in the classroom, studios, and beyond where everyone can thrive

Open to all faculty (stipends for adjuncts) and staff.  Lunch will be provided.

Register here to save your seat today!


Upstander Training with True Story Theatre
True Story Theater can help faculty and staff practice skills to act in greater solidarity with people who are targets of oppression and build a culture of courageous conversations.

Fri. Feb. 7, 10:00am - 2:30pm, DMC Huntington Studio

Trauma Informed Classrooms: Mental Health Awareness
Learn how to cultivate optimal spaces for creativity and growth: innovations in trauma informed care.

Fri. Feb. 14, 10:00am - 2:00pm, DMC Huntington Studio

Inclusive Facilitation for the Classroom presented by Dr. Liza Talusan
Learn how to facilitate dialogues rooted in diversity, equity, and inclusion while navigating the emotional experiences related to these topics.

Fri. Feb. 21, 10:00am - 2:00pm, DMC Fenway Studio


Please let us know if you have dietary restrictions or have an accommodation request so that we can do our best to ensure a welcoming experience for all. 

Sponsored by the Office of Justice, Equity, and Transformation (JET) in partnership with the Academic Affairs and Counseling & Wellness Center

Friday, February 21 at 10:00am to 2:00pm

Design and Media Center, Huntington Studio
621 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115

Event Type


Campus Calendar

Campus Calendar


Justice, Equity, and Tranformation

Open to the Public




Google Calendar iCal Outlook

Recent Activity

Carolyn Jackson

Carolyn Jackson left a positive review 2/18/2020

The information presented was helpful and much appreciated. It's useful to have language and insights into these aspects of the human communication process and the impact our emotions have on our ability to respond to others and what's happening in our bodies. Thanks to Jennie and Mohammad!