The Bowdoin Teacher Scholars are a highly select group of Bowdoin College undergraduates and graduates who seek to affect social change by becoming teachers through a rigorous scholarly and classroom-based preparation.
NAACP State Education Chair and Professor Dr. Julian Vasquez Heilig will deliver this year’s talk entitled, “A Remedy for Educational Injustice? Mobilizing Local Education Reform.”
The Brodie Family Lectureship was established in 1997 by Theodore H. Brodie of the Class of 1952 and an Overseer of the College from 1983 to 1995.
The Island Schools Project was established in 2008 as a service-learning component of the education department’s advanced seminars on Teaching and Learning and Curriculum Development.