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Talking BITs: Diversity and Cultural Humility in our Work


Talking BITs: Diversity and Cultural Humility in Our Work

March 12, 2021
2pm-3pm ET



Issues that impact marginalized populations are on the rise during the time of the COVID pandemic. This open Q&A will give participants a chance to interact with NABITA instructors on ways to engage in these hard conversations on campus. Unlike our webinar programs, this Talking BITs program adopts a flexible approach to addressing concerns and sharing well-worn advice and practical examples.

In this session, you will learn:

  • Cultural issues that impact the workplace in terms of respect and communications.
  • The definition of microaggressions and how these occur in everyday life.
  • How microaggressions impact LGBT individuals, mental health, and different cultural groups.
  • How power and authority are seen by the community.
  • Ways to understand objectification, depersonalization, and misogyny.
  • Practical applications of theory to adjust daily behaviors.

Who should attend?

  • BIT/CARE team members
  • Title IX coordinators and investigators
  • Case Managers
  • Dean of Students
  • Front office staff
  • Registrar staff
  • Financial Aid staff
  • Academic Department Heads
  • Academic support services/tutors
  • Career services
  • Disability and ADA/504 staff
  • Nurses and Doctors
  • Residential life staff
  • Orientation leaders
  • Coaching staff
  • Law enforcement, SRO
  • Faculty

Cost: Free (Members Only)

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