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FIX presents: Racial Identity Development and Higher Education

Update | Tuesday, March 16, 2021

The Office of Academic Affairs Instructional Success Committee has announced the March presentation for the Faculty Idea Exchange (FIX) Virtual Lecture Series on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Classroom. It is monthly series of professional development presentations that will occur monthly, leading up to the 2021 Faculty Idea Exchange.

March FIX 
Racial Identity Development and Higher Education will be presented by Royce Carpenter, assistant professor of Human Services, on Friday, March 26 from 6-7 p.m. 

The workshop will teach educators to analyze their thoughts concerning Racial Identity Development for themselves, colleagues, and students. Nuances and dynamics of diverse ideas, language, and perspectives associated within and outside of their own cultural norms will be addressed. Ethical decisions related to discussing culturally relevant issues in minority communities and how they impact the teaching and learning process will be explored. The workshop will teach techniques for cross-cultural mentoring conflict resolution.

How To Register
1) Log in to Cornerstone 
2) Hover mouse over "Learning"
3) Select "Events Calendar"
4) Scroll to event date (March 26)
5) and select FIX title (FIX PRESENTS: Racial Identity Development and Higher Education)
6) Select "Request"


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