Diversity Lecture Series

Spring 2023


CETE’s Racial Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (REDI) Movement: A Formal Intervention to Address Racism

January 10, 2023
Noon-1 p.m.
Zoom

Hosted by the Educational Studies Diversity Committee. Part of the Educational Studies Diversity Lecture Series. Presented by Drs. Melissa Ross, Gabrielle Hicks, and David Julian. The Equity, Engagement, and Evaluation Team at EHE’s Center on Education and Training for Employment (CETE) is committed to increasing CETE associates’ knowledge and skills relevant to the posture and practice of cultural humility; identifying and establishing anti-racist norms, practices, and policies at CETE and contributing to the dismantling of institutional racism within our spheres of influence. Presenters will describe use of translational research tools to design and implement CETE’s Racial Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (REDI) Movement, a formal intervention to address racism at the individual and structural levels.


Social Justice and Self-Care – A Panel Discussion

February 7, 2023
Noon-1 p.m.
Zoom
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Hosted by the Educational Studies Diversity Committee. Part of the Educational Studies Diversity Lecture Series. Moderated by Dr. Tanya Middleton (Assistant Professor of Counselor Education) featuring panelists Dr. Dustin Miller (Assistant Professor of Educational Administration and Director of the EdD in Educational Administration), Dr. Ana-Paula Correia (Professor of learning technologies and Director of the Center on Education and Training for Employment), and Bryanna Stigger (EdD student in HESA and Program Manager for Inclusive Excellence in the College of Engineering and Knowlton School). Hear insights from our panelists about protecting your wellness during intense times of social justice service.


Autumn 2022


Mixed Methods: Diversifying Research to Introduce Multiple Perspectives of a Phenomenon

October 4, 2022
Noon-1 p.m.
Zoom

Hosted by the Educational Studies Diversity Committee. Part of the Educational Studies Diversity Lecture Series. Presented by Dr. Karen Beard, Dr. Tzu-Jung Lin, and Dr. Aarti Bellara. This presentation introduces mixed methods research as an avenue to diversify and coordinate multiple perspectives in research. We will illustrate the purposes and central premise of mixed methods, and discuss where mixing can occur through a brief analysis of two mixed methods studies.


“Critical” Technology Integration: Transforming for Inclusion and Equity

November 1, 2022
Noon-1 p.m.
Zoom

Hosted by the Educational Studies Diversity Committee. Part of the Educational Studies Diversity Lecture Series. Presented by Dr. Tracey Stuckey. Often, our intentions are to choose technology to enhance or transform what we do, yet many times we neglect to consider the “side effects” of our choices. These unexpected side effects can result in the exclusion of certain populations and subgroups. In this interactive session, we will explore how to critically think through our intended plans to maximize inclusion and equity for the populations we serve.


The 2022-2023 Diversity Lecture Series is still in development. As we plan more lectures, we will share information here. Recordings of lectures will be available on this page after each event.

Educational Studies Diversity Committee Co-Chairs: Dr. Colette Dollarhide and Dr. Kristen Mills

Click below for recordings of Diversity Lecture Series events from previous years:

2021-2022

2020-2021