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Friday, January 31, 2020

Inclusive Language: Diversity, Multiculturalism, Social Justice  | Multicultural Affairs

The purpose of this workshop is to develop a brief understanding about the history of multiculturalism both broadly and within the institution, as well as common language used for inclusive practices. Participants will then begin to self-identify how they might carry out each of these concepts into practice and begin building their own inclusive language toolbox with other community members.
Friday, February 7, 2020

FSCN General Body Meetings | Multicultural Affairs

The Faculty and Staff of Color Network (FSCN) strive to enhance the retention and promotion of faculty and staff of color with the provision of promoting professional development, mentoring, community involvement and social events at Lehigh University. We work to educate the larger community by providing awareness concerning particular issues that surround faculty and staff of color.
Friday, February 14, 2020

Diversity Champions: Exploration of Identity | Multicultural Affairs

The purpose of this workshop is to learn more about different social identities and its intersections. Participants will have a chance to identify their own identities within different contexts and how it impacts them in a personal, group, and global context. With this information, participants will discuss how their different identities influence their relationships and their own identity development.
Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Women of Color Network | Multicultural Affairs

The Women on Color Network at Lehigh University strives to create an intentional and meaningful community among faculty and staff women of color; provide advice on professional matters regarding being a woman of color in higher education; and learn, analyze, and discuss topics, issues, and current events facing the community of women of color in higher education.
Friday, March 13, 2020

FSCN General Body Meetings | Multicultural Affairs

The Faculty and Staff of Color Network (FSCN) strive to enhance the retention and promotion of faculty and staff of color with the provision of promoting professional development, mentoring, community involvement and social events at Lehigh University. We work to educate the larger community by providing awareness concerning particular issues that surround faculty and staff of color.
Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Women of Color Network | Multicultural Affairs

The Women on Color Network at Lehigh University strives to create an intentional and meaningful community among faculty and staff women of color; provide advice on professional matters regarding being a woman of color in higher education; and learn, analyze, and discuss topics, issues, and current events facing the community of women of color in higher education.
Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Diversity Champions: Unconscious Bias | Multicultural Affairs

The purpose of this workshop is to explore some of the underlying psychological principles behind how and why unconscious biases happen. Through this understanding, the workshop will reveal some of the impacts and consequences of unconscious biases. Participants will be able to take action and address unconscious biases both within themselves and others.
Friday, April 10, 2020

FSCN General Body Meetings | Multicultural Affairs

The Faculty and Staff of Color Network (FSCN) strive to enhance the retention and promotion of faculty and staff of color with the provision of promoting professional development, mentoring, community involvement and social events at Lehigh University. We work to educate the larger community by providing awareness concerning particular issues that surround faculty and staff of color.
Wednesday, April 15, 2020

Diversity Champions: Communication and Cross-Cultural Conflict | Multicultural Affairs

The purpose of this workshop is to increase participant’s awareness about their own interpersonal communication styles. Given the diversity and complexity of communication styles, participants will develop a deeper understanding of how conflicts born from cultural miscommunication occur and will leave with skills that can be used to enhance effective cross-cultural communication.
Wednesday, April 15, 2020

Women of Color Network | Multicultural Affairs

The Women on Color Network at Lehigh University strives to create an intentional and meaningful community among faculty and staff women of color; provide advice on professional matters regarding being a woman of color in higher education; and learn, analyze, and discuss topics, issues, and current events facing the community of women of color in higher education.

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