The Society for the Future of Higher Education (SFHE) is an incubator and advocate for ideas, strategies, and pedagogies to lead higher education to a more inclusive, just, and equitable future. In order to fulfill our mission, we have committed to three years of programming focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion.
SFHE invites scholars from a variety of institutions to develop innovative ideas to lead higher education to a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive future. Through our annual conference and programs, members have the opportunity to create teams, receive feedback on projects, and meet with mentors who can offer advice and encouragement.
SFHE hosts an annual conference over a long weekend, typically in mid-July. We rotate our locations among college campuses in different regions. Our conference prioritizes in depth discussions in varied disciplines, time and space for work on innovative ideas, and informal time to network and socialize.
Reading for the Common Good
Spring 2023 Selection
Our selection for the Spring 2023 Reading for the Common Good program is The Education of Black People by W.E.B DuBois. Suggestions for selected chapters and supplementary materials will be provided. This selection is tied to our #2023 Conference theme, Du Bois, Higher Education. and Justice.” An SFHE member must lead the group, but anyone can participate. Groups can meet online or in person.
Members are encouraged to form discussion groups of 8-10 colleagues and meet regularly. Let us know if you have a group and we’ll provide the books!
To participate, contact Sandy at email@example.com
Click below to see recordings of some of our programs and presentations.
- Work by W.E.B. Dubois selected for Spring Reading for the Common Good.Our selection for the Spring 2023 Reading for the Common Good program is The Education of Black People by W.E.B DuBois. Suggestions for selected chapters and supplementary materials will be provided. This selection is tied to our 2023 Conference theme, “Du Bois, Higher Education and Justice.” An SFHE member must lead the group, but anyone […]