Presented by Lilia Cortina, Ph.D., University Diversity and Social Transformation Professor of Psychology, Women’s and Gender Studies, and Management and Organizations at the University of Michigan.
Academia should lead and inspire change in other industries. Instead, we have the highest rate of sexual harassment outside the military. But what does sexual harassment mean? What actions Continue Reading »
Presented by David Tarver, a lecturer in the Michigan Engineering Center for Entrepreneurship and founder and board president of the Urban Entrepreneurship Initiative.
Examining corporate and academic circles’ views on DEI efforts, David Tarver will share his perspective as he’s witnessed the evolution of DEI up close and personal as a tech entrepreneur.
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Presented by Dr. Jayshree Seth, a Corporate Scientist at 3M working on development of sustainable industrial products.
The future success of businesses, economies, and humanity hinges on the continued advancement of science, and the development of sustainable innovations. This, in turn, is dependent on the inclusion of diverse perspectives inside our organizations and in our Continue Reading »
Presented by Amy Moreno Sherwood, M.Ed., Director of The Broadening Opportunities through Leadership and Diversity (BOLD) Center within the College of Engineering and Applied Science at the University of Colorado Boulder.
Amy Moreno Sherwood will provide various practices and reflection exercises that encourage students, staff and faculty to be active DEI champions.
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Presented by U-M Professor Oluwaferanmi Okanlami MD, MS
Disability is regularly neglected in conversations about diversity, equity, and inclusion, yet it is the one demographic that we may all identify with one day. Disability should serve as a means of demonstrating that we are all much more similar than we are different.
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Presented by Dr. Zinobia Bennefield, an assistant professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of North Carolina – Charlotte.
How do we maintain good mental health in the face of a global pandemic, climate change, political unrest, and economic insecurity? Dr. Bennefield suggests that the answer is a Whole Health strategy. Whole Health Continue Reading »
Moderated by U-M Professor Melissa Borja. Panelists include Heeryung Choi, Heeryung Choi, a Ph.D. student in the School of Information Science, Fatema Haque, Academic Program Manager & LEO Adjunct Lecturer in Barger Leadership Institute, Ian Shin, Assistant Professor of History and American Culture and core faculty member in Asian/Pacific Islander American Studies, Continue Reading »
Presented by U-M Professor Denise Sekaquaptewa.
Learning to recognize and prevent our bias from having negative impacts is a lifelong practice. Stereotype threat is the risk of confirming negative stereotypes about an individual’s racial, ethnic, gender, or cultural group, which can create a high cognitive load and reduce academic focus and performance.
Experimental research on Continue Reading »