Alumna Contributes to Public Discourse with New Publications

 Graduate School of Leadership and Change alumna and Professor of Psychology and Counseling at Carlow University Dr. Harriet Schwartz recently published “When I Said ‘White,’ I Meant ‘White:’ Why White Pittsburghers Should Care About Racism and What to Do About It” in PublicSource the nonprofit digital news outlet which delivers public-service reporting and analysis in the Pittsburgh region. Dr. Schwartz is also Lead Scholar for Education as Relational Practice, for the Jean Baker Miller Training Institute and is author of the recently-released book “Connected Teaching: Relationship, Power, and Mattering in Higher Education” (Stylus Publishing, 2019). Learn more about her work here

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