This month we are working with professors across campus to discuss issues important to black students on campus. At our first event, we discussed voter suppression and post-election forecasts with … Continue reading "Educational Campaign #3"
Interested in prehealth or pursuing a doctorate degree in medical sciences? Come to this virtual group session to learn about what Mayo College of Medicine and Science has to offer! … Continue reading "Mayo College of Medicine and Science Virtual Info Session"
This workshop provides participants with an introduction to understanding and responding to unconscious bias during interactions, as well as explores the hidden and pervasive nature of unconscious bias. Additionally, this … Continue reading "Inclusion Scholars: Unpacking Bias & Microaggressions"
Interested in learning about community organizing but don’t know where to start? This workshop is for you. Learn some of the foundational concepts of organizing to get started on your … Continue reading "Inclusion Scholars: Organizing 101"
This workshop aims to increase understanding of intercultural communication (verbal and nonverbal). Tangible skills participants will receive from this workshop will enhance their overall intercultural competence, increase their effectiveness when … Continue reading "Inclusion Scholars: Intercultural Communication"
This workshop makes use of the Intercultural Conflict Style (ICS) Inventory, which describes an individual’s preferred approach or style for resolving conflict by reflecting the individual’s culturally learned patterns for … Continue reading "Inclusion Scholars: Intercultural Conflict Styles"
This workshop will explore the meaning behind power and its different manifestations, as well as how that impacts one’s privilege based on social identity characteristics. Students will also learn about … Continue reading "Inclusion Scholars: Power & Privilege"