Skip to Content (Press Enter)

Focusing on Diversity Issues

Sept. 29 Talk Examines White, Majority Privilege
Share This:

Update: The Oct. 27, Nov. 10 and Dec. 8 talks will be held in Room 240 of the Pollak Library

Ioakim Boutakidis, associate professor of child and adolescent studies and associate dean of student success in the College of Health and Human Development, will discuss “Unpacking White Privilege: A Personal and Theoretical Examination” at noon Tuesday, Sept. 29.

The 90-minute talk is part of the Faculty Development Center’s “Digging Into Diversity” lecture series and will be held in Room 221 of the Kinesiology and Health Science Building.

Upcoming talks in the series:
Oct. 27 — “Building on the Cultural Capital of Diverse Learners: Strengthening the Connections Between Faculty and Students” with Tami ‘Sunnie’ Foy, interim director of the Office of Reearch Development

Nov. 10 — “The Pieces of Me: Understanding Vienamese American Students” presented by marriage and family therapist Nancy Hieu Nguyen

Dec. 8 — “Embracing Gender — From Cis to Trans” with Gary Germo, assistant professor of human services, and Michelle and Cherie Evans, founder of Transgender Rainbow

Registration for the talks are through the calendar at the website. For more information, contact Matt Englar-Carlson, FDC professor of counseling and faculty coordinator for diversity and inclusion.