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One of the central goals of higher education is to create a safe and supportive community where all students can succeed, but what happens when policies, programs, or people are adversely affecting a student or group based on their social identity?

How can we, as a campus, understand how these policies, programs, and attitudes affect certain individuals or groups? What do we need to do in order to shift campus culture and improve the safety and support for all students.

During this presentation, you’ll hear from dynamic group of faculty, staff, and students discuss:


  • Understanding the importance of having courageous conversations
  • The impact on student development and sense of belonging and self
  • Ways to create a safe and supportive campus for all

Our Presenters:

Danny Mathews
Director, Gender and Sexuality Center, Carleton College

Brian O'Neal Johnson
Director, Residence Life and Second Year Experience, University of Alabama, Birmingham

Amy Tillerson-Brown
Professor of History, Department Head, Mary Baldwin University

Jenn Wells
Director of Equity & Inclusion, Marlborough School

Chelsea Riley
Student Assistant, Office of Inclusive Excellence, Georgia Southern University

Ale Cota
Student, Carleton College

Darren Jones, EdD
Manager of Strategic Initiatives and Partnerships, Kognito
 
Danny Mathews
Director, Gender and Sexuality Center, Carleton College

Bio
Brian O'Neal Johnson
Director, Residence Life and Second Year Experience, University of Alabama, Birmingham

Bio
Amy Tillerson-Brown
Professor of History, Department Head, Mary Baldwin University

Bio
Jenn Wells
Director of Equity & Inclusion, Marlborough School

Bio
Chelsea Riley
Student Assistant, Office of Inclusive Excellence, Georgia Southern University

Bio
Ale Cota
Student, Carleton College

Bio

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