Registration for this workshop has closed. Check back in spring 2022 for information on next year's workshop!
The workshop led by Dr. Tatyana Nestorova will explore the role of corruption in East European politics and society. The main focus will be on Russia and the former Yugoslavia. In addition, the transnational nature of East European corruption and criminal networks will be explained. By attending this workshop, participants will receive background and resources on this topic so that they can teach and discuss this subject with their students in their own classrooms.
This workshop is free and open to pre- and in-service K-12 and community college educators across the United States. Registration for this workshop closes on Friday, November 5th.
Participants will receive:
- $50 stipend for attending the workshop*
- Opportunity to receive $50 for completing a lesson plan by May 31, 2022
- Certificate for 3 contact hours
- Free curriculum resources
*Parking passes will be provided to those who attend the in-person session.
This workshop will have an in-person attendance option on the campus of The Ohio State University. We are following the protocols established by the university for events and gatherings and we will continue to monitor and adhere to any changes in policy in the future. Per Ohio State policy, social distancing at event facilities is not required. All individuals regardless of vaccination status must wear a face mask indoors during the event. Unvaccinated individuals are required to wear a mask outdoors as well when they cannot maintain social distance. We are requiring registration/ticketing for this in-person event to ensure that we do not go over space capacity and we are required to maintain attendance records for contract tracing purposes.
For attendees who do not wish to come to campus or are unable to follow the guidelines above, we are also offering this event as a livestreamed event via Zoom.
If you have any questions about this professional development opportunity, please contact Alicia Baca (email@example.com).
If you have any questions about accessibility or wish to request accommodations, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Typically, a two weeks' notice will allow us to provide access.