Racial Microaggressions

Online Ann Arbor, MI

Racial microaggressions can be uniquely harmful to their targets, and yet we oftentimes find ourselves skirting around this subset of microaggressions due to discomfort in openly discussing race, racism, and white supremacy. In this workshop we hope to foster an intellectually humble environment within which to unpack racial microaggressions, address common barriers to intervening when

Mentoring Across Differences

Online Ann Arbor, MI

This workshop will address challenges that emerge in mentoring relationships related to the players’ social identities and their intersection. Through a variety of interactive activities and case studies, participants will be able to explore from a distance the way bias plays out in mentoring relationships, dive into closer practice to recognize their own bias from

Anti Racism Session 3

Online Ann Arbor, MI

Anti Racism Session 3: Statements, celebrations, and donations: exploring the corporate approach to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion About the event: The 2020 pandemic brought DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion) into the forefront of many conversations; particularly around the responsibilities of businesses to create and participate in DEI efforts internally and externally. With such a shift, many new business professionals

Recurring Event LSA DEI Workshop: Implicit Bias

LSA DEI Workshop: Implicit Bias

Online Ann Arbor, MI

This program has been modified to deliver in a remote setting and updated to include content directly related to the COVID-19 pandemic. For questions or requests for accommodation, please contact our Administrative Coordinator, Mikalia Dennis (mikaliad@umich.edu) as soon as possible. In this session, participants will learn to: - Examine your own background and identities and

LSA DEI Workshop: The Microaggression Session

Online Ann Arbor, MI

Microaggressions are verbal, behavioral, or environmental slights. They can be overt, subtle or unintentional, and lead to significant consequences. In this session, participants will: - Learn about "microaggressions" and other concepts relevant to this topic - Obtain an understanding of the social and psychological impacts of microaggressions - Engage in activities and dialogue to unveil

Implicit Bias

LSA Building - Conference Room 2001 500 State St., Ann Arbor, MI

In this session, participants will learn to: Examine your own background and identities and how these identities shape our experiences and perspectives Discuss how the brain functions, and relate how unconscious bias is a natural function of the human mind Identify patterns of unconscious bias that influence decision-making processes Confront internal biases and practice conscious

Change it Up! © Bystander Intervention

Pierpont Commons - East Room 2101 Bonisteel Blvd, Ann Arbor, MI

Change It Up!© brings bystander intervention skills to students for the purpose of building supportive and respectful communities. Change It Up! is based on a nationally recognized five-step bystander intervention model that develops students’ skills and confidence when intervening in situations that negatively impact campus climate. This workshop explores how students’ identities and experiences impact

Recurring Event The Microaggression Session

The Microaggression Session

LSA Building - Conference Room 2001 500 State St., Ann Arbor, MI

Microaggressions are verbal, behavioral, or environmental slights. They can be overt, subtle or unintentional, and lead to significant consequences. In this session, participants will: Learn about "microaggressions" and other concepts relevant to this topic Obtain an understanding of the social and psychological impacts of microaggressions Engage in activities and dialogue to unveil microaggressions within the

Recurring Event Implicit Bias

Implicit Bias

Online Ann Arbor, MI

In this session, participants will learn to: Examine your own background and identities and how these identities shape our experiences and perspectives Discuss how the brain functions, and relate how unconscious bias is a natural function of the human mind Identify patterns of unconscious bias that influence decision-making processes Confront internal biases and practice conscious