This introductory training is designed to review core concepts of diversity and inclusion. Topics covered cultural humility, unconscious bias, microaggessions, identity, and intersectionality. In addition, and introduction to H*E*A*L*S (developed by the School of Nursing DIVA program) will provide an experiential activity to learn strategies to begin dialogues on emergent diversity-related issues. (NOTE: For a full H*E*A*L*S Training contact DIVA co-chairs [email protected] or [email protected]
Unconscious Bias is a widely-researched concept that explores attitudes or stereotypes that affect our understanding, actions, and decisions in an unconscious manner. This presentation will review state of the science on unconscious bias, explore the impact in the workplace and clinical setting, and present strategies for addressing bias. Participants are encouraged to take the Implicit Association Test prior to attending the presentation. Visit the Diversity & Outreach Unconscious Bias resource page for more information.
History of educational access for undocumented students, based on Dr. Alejandra Rincon's book "Undocumented Immigrants and Higher Education: Si Se Puede".
Information on how the Office of Diversity and Outreach has supported programs and initiatives on furthering gender equity in the UCSF community.