Juliet Cole of the UW-Green Bay Institute for Learning Partnership, and Mona Christensen of Outreach and Adult Access, served on the planning committee and were presenters at the sixth annual Northeast Wisconsin High School Diversity Leadership Conference held at NWTC on March 10. More than 200 students participated in a full day of activities. Cole’s presentations introduced participants to African culture through authentic African drum music and dance. Christensen’s presentations on “Social Laddering” addressed the behavioral science of order within groups and ‘how what you don’t say makes a big difference.’ Next year’s conference will be at UW-Green Bay. The Press-Gazette has a recap and photos from Wednesday’s events.
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9 Jan, 2020