Webcast, Overcoming Microaggressions as a Faculty Member

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Date/Time:Friday, 23 Oct 2020 from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Location:online only - via Academic Impressions
Channel:Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching
Categories:Diversity Training, development
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As faculty in higher education, you have likely received some campus training on microaggressions. However, the way these incidents show up between and among faculty, administrators, and students is often very different from how they display in other areas of campus. If you are a woman or underrepresented faculty, have you reflected on how microaggressions might be disrupting your work?

How do you navigate the conversation when you're the target of microaggressions?

Join us online for this free webcast to learn how microaggressions can trigger faculty, especially women and other underrepresented populations. During the webcast, you will have the chance to participate in a sample group coaching session to help you unpack and address common microaggressions you have experienced. Our expert speaker will offer three practical strategies for managing your response to microaggressions:
= Recognizing and "naming" the behavior
= Developing greater self-awareness
= Learning how to respond and not react

Who Should Attend
This free webcast is designed for new, mid-career, and seasoned faculty members who want to learn strategies for managing and responding to microaggressions.

About the presenter
Ava Thompson Greenwell, PhD, Professor, School of Journalism, Media, Integrated Marketing Communications, Northwestern University

During this hour-long webcast, our expert will cover two crucial areas:
3 forms of microaggressions between faculty and staff: Microinsults, Microinvalidations, and Intellectual theft syndrome
3 strategies for managing microaggressions for greater personal effectiveness: Recognizing and "naming" the behavior, Developing greater self-awareness, and Learning how to respond and not react

To join this free webcast
Register via Webcast, Overcoming Microaggressions as a Faculty Member - Academic Impressions registration website. Note: You will have to agree to this statement to register, "Yes! I would like to receive higher ed news and resources from Academic Impressions, delivered daily to my inbox. *"

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The webcast is brought to you by Academic Impressions.

This web talk is promoted by the Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT). CELT provides institutional membership to the Academic Impressions 20-Minute Mentor Commons. Commons.