Dr. Eddie Moore Jr.

Workshop Feb. 18 to explore the unpacking of unconscious bias

Feb. 9, 2021

Join the Conference on World Affairs and guest Eddie Moore Jr., director of The Privilege Institute for a brief video and interactive workshop in which participation will include answering questions such as, "How often have you experienced or felt unconscious bias towards yourself or someone else?"

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International students: Join a free ‘confident conversations’ workshop Feb. 10

Feb. 9, 2021

Learn to create and deliver your personal pitch for academic and professional contexts. Register and complete the pre-workshop survey ahead of this event at 5 p.m. today.

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Webinar coming Feb. 19 for campus diversity professionals

Feb. 9, 2021

Campus diversity professionals are invited to join the Association of American Universities webinar, What Racial Equity Requires, led by Shaun Harper, who will offer practical guidance on complex racial problems.

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Braving the wilderness: Workshops explore how to be courageous

Feb. 9, 2021

Engage in interactive, thought-provoking discussions and reflective, critical-thinking exercises exploring courage. The student session is Feb. 18 and the employee sessions are on Feb. 18 and 23.

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Weathering the emotional storm of colleagues, co-workers or classmates

Feb. 2, 2021

In this Ombuds Office "lunch and learn" on Feb. 23, participants will discuss how to help others through hard times, as well as the benefits of having compassion and providing support without ending up depleted and emotionally drained.

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Explore power during the Difficult Dialogues discussion Feb. 10

Feb. 2, 2021

Presented by the University Libraries and the Center for Humanities and the Arts, a student, staff and faculty panel will explore the issues of power. Plan to join at noon on Feb. 10.

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Graduate School offering monthly chats for busy Buff parents

Jan. 12, 2021

Parents who choose to pursue an advanced degree face a unique set of challenges and require a unique set of circumstances in order to thrive. Join the Parent Buffs First Friday Chat to connect with other parents, discuss what kind of support you need and more.

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5 common biases and tips for responding effectively

Jan. 4, 2021

Our brains use a variety of innate tools to simplify decision-making in an increasingly complex world. However, these cognitive biases can negatively impact our ability to resolve interpersonal conflicts. Learn more at this Jan. 19 "lunch and learn" event.

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Welcome 2021 with self-care workshops and support groups

Dec. 22, 2020

The Faculty and Staff Assistance Program invites you to join the wide variety of no-cost sessions that address topics such as nutrition, retirement, parenting and wellness.

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Join on Jan. 12 for 'what's in a question?'

Dec. 21, 2020

How we ask questions is the key to unlocking information, disarming defensiveness and interrupting the power struggle. Hear more from presenter Elizabeth Hill of the Ombuds Office.