Diversity 101

If you have any questions or if accommodations are needed to access the Zoom Meeting or the content of the presentation, please contact Mikalia Dennis (mikaliad@umich.edu) as soon as possible.

In order to have meaningful, productive conversations about diversity, equity, and inclusion, we must start with a common language. This session will provide an introduction to key terminology as well as the categories and labels we use to describe others and ourselves. We will also examine how our identities shape the way we enter the world and our interactions with each other. Emphasis will be placed on using our identities to help us understand the identities and experiences of others.

In this session, participants will:

  • Identify the benefits of inclusive environments
  • Review key terminology related to diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • Reflect on the origin of identities, their intersectionality, and their meanings
  • Use our own identities as a window to understanding the identities of others to build more authentic, empathic relationships

Audience:

This session is open to all LSA Staff.

Upcoming LSA DEI events sponsored by the DEI Office are listed here.






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Jessica Garcia, LSA DEI Manager
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LSA Building, Conference Room 2001
Jessica Garcia, LSA DEI Manager

If you have any questions or if accommodations are needed to access the facility or the content of the presentation, please contact Kymberley Leggett (kelegget@umich.edu) as soon as possible.

In order to have meaningful, productive conversations about diversity, equity, and inclusion, we must start with a common language. This session will provide an introduction to key terminology as well as the categories and labels we use to describe others and ourselves. We will also examine how our identities shape the way we enter the world and our interactions with each other. Emphasis will be placed on using our identities to help us understand the identities and experiences of others.

In this session, participants will:

  • Identify the benefits of inclusive environments
  • Review key terminology related to diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • Reflect on the origin of identities, their intersectionality, and their meanings
  • Use our own identities as a window to understanding the identities of others to build more authentic, empathic relationships

Audience:

This session is open to all LSA Staff.

Upcoming LSA DEI events sponsored by the DEI Office are listed here.


Select
Selected
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Session Is Over
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LSA Building, Conference Room 2001
Jessica Garcia, LSA DEI Manager

If you have any questions or if accommodations are needed to access the facility or the content of the presentation, please contact Kymberley Leggett (kelegget@umich.edu) as soon as possible.

In order to have meaningful, productive conversations about diversity, equity, and inclusion, we must start with a common language. This session will provide an introduction to key terminology as well as the categories and labels we use to describe others and ourselves. We will also examine how our identities shape the way we enter the world and our interactions with each other. Emphasis will be placed on using our identities to help us understand the identities and experiences of others.

In this session, participants will: 

  • Identify the benefits of inclusive environments
  • Review key terminology related to diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • Reflect on the origin of identities, their intersectionality, and their meanings
  • Use our own identities as a window to understanding the identities of others to build more authentic, empathic relationships

Audience:

This session is open to all LSA Staff.

Upcoming LSA DEI events sponsored by the DEI Office are listed here.


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Selected
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Session Is Over
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Livestream Available (Visible After Registration)
Jessica Garcia, LSA DEI Manager
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Diversity 101
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