College-Wide Common Reading Program: How to Incorporate the Book in Your Course – CLE1352

Join us for a discussion on this year’s Common Reading Text for the 2022-2023 Academic Year: Crying in H Mart by Michelle Zauner. This powerful 2021 memoir by musician Michelle Zauner (of experimental pop band Japanese Breakfast) is an unflinching account of growing up Korean American, losing her mother to cancer and discovering her true self. In this session, we will access discussion questions and potential assignments created by other faculty and staff. You can also share the assignments that you have created so that your colleagues can benefit from your expertise! Current book users, potential book users, or just want to learn more? All are welcomed to this session. This is a live virtual event.

Tri-C's Common Reading Program builds community and fosters intellectual engagement by drawing faculty and students together in discussion of a common text. The program also creates venues for interdisciplinary learning as students explore the common text through different lenses in various classes and events across the College community. Learn more about the Common Reading Program at: 

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Virtual (WebEx link will be emailed prior to event).

Monday, February 6 at 6:00pm to 7:30pm

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Campus Events, Westshore, Academic, Common Reading, Faculty Development, Student Success and Completion, Teaching and Learning Strategies

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