NIU is the host of the Roger W. Smith Genocide and Human Rights Summer Institute for Teachers, an intensive four-day institute that works annually with a cohort of up to twenty teachers in a series of workshops and seminars that focus on learning more about the various case studies, how to teach these subjects in the classroom and the role of activism and service learning.
The focus of the 2010 Summer Institute is on genocide in Southeast Asia and Africa.
The keynote speaker will be Dr. Scott Strauss, UW-Madison.
Click on the link for information, application, and schedule details on the 2010 Roger W. Smith Genocide and Human Rights Institute for Teachers.
Now in its fifth year the institute continues to serve teachers and students throughout the US and abroad.
For previous institutes, see Genocide and Human Rights 2009 Summer Institute for Teachers.