As a part of CATL’s Social Justice Series, a workshop is being offered Microaggressions in Higher Education. Participants will explore what microaggressions are and the impact they may have in classrooms, hallways, and interactions with students and colleagues. Given the research that demonstrates their negative consequences, they will also discuss strategies for reducing and coping with microaggressions. Faculty and staff are invited to join this interactive presentation on Teams that will be led by Kris Vespia, Psychology faculty member and CATL consultant. The workshop is from 12-1 p.m. on Wednesday, April 28. Register in advance to receive the Teams meeting link.
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