Center / Program: Diversity Institute
Session Dates/Times: July 6, 2022 | 9am-12pm
Location: Bonda Board Room (UR 254)
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-This workshop is open to all CSU faculty, staff, and students.
-Though it is not required, we recommend attending the workshops of this series in the following order as some material is referenced from one session to the next: 1. Leveraging Difference, 2. Power, Privilege, and Society, 3. Bias in Action.
-This workshop will be limited to 30 participants. If you would like to schedule a training specifically for your office, please contact email@example.com.
Bias refers to the attitudes and beliefs we attribute to people and groups. It affects all people, and it is our responsibility to mitigate it in ourselves and our systems. Bias emerges interpersonally and systemically in the form of micro- and macro-aggressions. In this interactive workshop, we will examine the ways in which biases affect our lives and relationships, learn about effects of several types of biases, and develop key skills to mitigate bias in our relationships, institutions, and systems.
Learn about a variety of biases as they relate to our relationships, workplaces/classrooms, and institutions.
Increase awareness around how bias, micro- and macro-aggressiDevelop skills to mitigate bias and address harm when it occurs.
Develop skills to mitigate bias and address harm when it occurs.
If you have general questions about this workshop please contact Caitlin Hawkins, Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Training, The Diversity Institute (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs offers a wide range of custom designed courses, workshops, and seminars. See the Professional Development Course Listing for this semester's schedule.