Educational Offerings

Fall 2018 Education Program

We are excited to have Dr. Terri Givens come to the University of Alberta to conduct a workshop titled: "Towards an Inclusive Workplace: Being a change agent from wherever you are." This session is intended to take a "deeper dive" into workplace inclusion.

Registration for Dr. Terri Givens: https://goo.gl/forms/w0W2OInbCaXLH0if2

Dr. Terri Givens event poster

 

We are really excited to share our Fall 2018 Education Program with you. All registrations are currently open, so click on the image below to sign up!

 

Fall 2018 Education Program

 

November 2018 Educational Offerings

EDI Table Talk: Gender Identity
Date: November 14, 12pm-1pm 
Re: https://goo.gl/forms/mRbyU7htLzjeiMGz2


Workshop: Inclusion in the Workplace
Date: November 22, 10am - 12pm
Registration: https://goo.gl/forms/nf4lHtCsrAbflEqj1

Description: The University of Alberta Institutional Strategic Plan, identifies “Build a diverse, inclusive community of exceptional students, faculty, and staff from Alberta, Canada, and the world” as a strategic goal (For the Public Good).  To assist with the pursuit of this goal, our workshop will engage participants in a conversation to explore what it means to be inclusive and to have inclusive practices. Through interactive activities and thoughtful discussion, we will unpack what inclusion means. Together, we will answer the question: How do we engage with difference to create inclusive, innovative, and dynamic team environments? This session will offer practical tools and ideas to be more inclusive in thought and action. Presented by Barb McLean and Stephanie Carvalho, EDI Advisors, HRS


Workshop: Strategies to Identify Unconscious Bias
Date: November 27, 1pm-2pm
Registration: https://goo.gl/forms/AkhrH9TWPthArNPA2

Description: We know that bias is natural and largely unavoidable. We also know that people are disposed to be biased against people who are unlike them and show more favour towards people who are like them; it’s not all about being negative. Suppressing or demonizing bias makes the problem worse not better. So how can we identify our bias and what do we do once we know? Come to our session to discuss these questions. Presented by Barb McLean, EDI Education Advisor, HRS


Workshop: Respect 101
Date: November 28, 8:30am – 12:00pm
Registration: https://sldregistration.ualberta.ca/CourseDescription.do?courseid=8634

Description: This half-day session aims to help learners explore what defines respect in the workplace. Through education, exposure and hands-on experiences learners will explore the following concepts: Belonging to groups, formal and informal rules, communication, cultural icebergs and developing a respectful personal mindset.

 

Save The Date!


Memorial Event: “The National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women”
Date: December 6, Noon to 12:45
Location: SUB Stage
Registration not required

Presentation Topic: Responding to Sexual Violence on Campus
Date: December 6, 2-4:00pm
Registration: https://goo.gl/forms/AvwE5cajaIWr2czx2

Workshop: Discrimination, Harassment and Duty to Accommodate Policy with the Office of Safe Disclosure and Human Rights (May be HR only). 
Date: December 10, 1pm-2:30pm
Registration: https://goo.gl/forms/H0FljVP9GfFc0jQw2

Webinar and Facilitated Discussion: “Inclusive Marketing”
Date: December 12, 11am-1pm
Registration: https://goo.gl/forms/HSJUIykwtY8SixCM2

Workshop: “Introduction to Unconscious Bias”
Date: December 13, 1pm – 3:30pm
Registration: https://goo.gl/forms/x6rypy0sZPUUyFUp2 (Registration Full)