Break Down Barriers with TAG Living Lab!

Are you interested in getting involved to make UBC a better place to learn?
The TAG Living Lab is a group of students and support from TAG who bring the equity and diversity issues to a faculty audience. They practice and learn about diversity issues Thursdays 2:30-5:30 throughout the term, beginning January 21st. During these meetings, they create plays, learn about equity and diversity issues in the classroom, explore others experiences, play games, rehearse and plan our performances. They then go out into the UBC community and educate through performance!
They also have several performance opportunities during the term, and into the summer. Students who are performing receive a stipend for performances and try to make sure everyone has an opportunity to perform through the semester. Performances are primarily to UBC teaching audiences. Last term, they performed three times. This term, they have 3 performances set up already (one at a conference in Kamloops!), and several more are expected.
Want to get involved?

Learn more at http://tag.ubc.ca/programs/programs-for-everyone-in-the-ubc-teaching-community/tag-living-lab/

Related Topics

terryman

Geoff is a 5th year student who studying a double major in Integrated Science (Evolutionary ecology, virology) and Political Science. He was the 'Wish' speaker at the 2008 Terry Talks and is passionate about university education, especially when it comes to interdisciplinary experiences. After graduation Geoff wants to find a job that allows him to meet people from all sorts of backgrounds and share stories. If your savvy enough you can follow Geoff on Twitter - user: gcosteloe.

Leave a Reply

Basic HTML is allowed. Your email address will not be published.

Subscribe to this comment feed via RSS

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.