Connect With Sarah Gewirtz
Sarah Gewirtz, Information Literacy Librarian for the CSB/SJU Libraries, has created a Becoming Community podcast series. In this series, we will talk about how the Mellon Grants are helping the CSB/SJU community to be more inclusive.
Season One of our series will focus on the first twin Mellon grants, which were awarded to CSB and SJU and were administered between 2015-2017. During this season we will talk to faculty and staff who had been involved with the Mellon Grants to find out what they did, what their next steps might be, and what their work means for the CSB/SJU Community.
The premiere episode features College of Saint Benedict President Mary Hinton.
Sarah Gewirtz talks to Karen Erickson (former Academic Dean and current Professor of French), Jean Keller (Professor of Philosophy), and Kyhl Lyndgaard (current Interim Director of the Integrations Curriculum and Director of First Year Seminar). Each of these individuals were key in moving the Mellon Grant forward.
The third episode features Catherine Bohn-Gettler (Professor of Education Psychology), Madeleine Israelson (Professor of Literacy), and Terri Rodriguez (Professor of Literacy), discussing their work on “Becoming Beloved Community: Theorizing Inclusive Pre-service Teacher Education at a Catholic Liberal Arts College."
Sarah Gewirtz talks to Ted Gordon (Assistant Professor of Sociology and First Year Seminar), Regina Therchik (CSB Junior History major), and Sophie Koloski (CSB Senior Hispanic and Peace Studies major) who discuss their project, “Identifying Pathways for Native Student Inclusion at CSB/SJU."