May 16, 2011
From staff reports
The fourth and final Diversity Dialogue Brown Bag of the quarter, "Marginalization and Privilege," will take place from noon to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 17, in Baker University Center 240.
This session, which will focus on experiential exercise, marginalization and privilege, introduces a visual tool to help participants explore the influences of multiple, intersecting domains of social privilege and marginalization in their personal and professional relationships.
Clinical Supervisor in Hearing, Speech and Languages Janice Wright and Assistant Professor of Communication Studies Yea-Wen Chen will facilitate the session. Both women attended the 2010 Summer Institute for Diversity Education (SIDE) and are certified SIDE trainers.
The Office for Diversity, Access and Equity sponsors the interactive Diversity Dialogue Brown Bag Series. The series is designed to educate attendees about issues of difference in today’s society and on campus, expose participants to techniques that bridge cultural gaps and promote cross-cultural interactions and understanding.
For more information, contact the Office of Diversity, Access and Equity at 740-593-2551.