LEAD, Leading Equity And Diversity, is a series of conversations where attendees have the opportunity to hear from a diverse group of guests who lead and/or support DEI and social justice initiatives. Collaboration is the crux of progress, and higher education is no exception to this axiom. This month, the LEAD series will discuss what
Dr. Johnna Frierson is the Assistant Dean of Graduate and Postdoctoral Diversity and Inclusion at Duke University School of Medicine. Her talk is titled "From the Micro to the Macro: My Path to the PhD and Beyond" and will cover her career path in academic administration.
Here are some opportunities to interact and learn about Anti-Asian racism and violence that might offer a chance to reflect on and process what's happening in the news. The seminars will feature faculty experts in the Asian/Pacific Islander American Studies Program including Profs. Melissa Borja, Roland Hwang, and Frances Wang. All of the
Community Conversations is an opportunity for faculty, staff and students to come together weekly to engage on meaningful ways to increase belonging at Michigan Medicine. We feel that it is important to carve out space for dialogue, provide support for one another, promote self-care, and share valuable resources. The sessions are designed for
Even though April is the end of the semester, we still have plenty of exciting events and happenings for you all! We're not quite ready to announce them yet, but look forward to the launch of the Lavender Graduation website, an event for Asian / Pacific Islander American Heritage Month, an end-of-the-year Togetherness: