UNH POWERPLAY & INCLUXION WORKS: BIAS AWARENESS AND INTERVENTION
October 21, 2020 – October 23, 2020
Ever wondered “Why didn’t I say something?” after witnessing social bias—a stereotype, a prejudice or discrimination—that happened in your everyday life? Deciding whether and how to respond to bias is complicated. Understanding what motivates us to speak up, the challenges we face when doing so, and strategies for effective responding can help bystanders to bias better evaluate their options and select effective strategies.
In this 90-minute web-based workshop, attendees will first learn about bystander reactions to social biases and how these reactions can help or hinder decisions to speak up. Attendees will then be invited to apply these concepts to everyday incidents of bias though facilitated interaction and discussion. Click here to watch a video about the new online version of this training.
ALL SESSIONS HAVE BEEN FILLED. For more information or to be placed on the waitlist, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may also be interested in attending a Virtual Seminar with MAHZARIN BANAJI, experimental psychologist, co-author of Blindspot – The Hidden Biases of Good People.
FACULTY SESSIONS (2 options):
Wednesday, October 21 | 10:00-11:30 a.m. EDT
Thursday, October 22 | 1:30-3:00 p.m. EDT
Registration for the Faculty session is closed. Please email PRJT@purdue.edu for additional options.
MANAGEMENT AND PROFESSIONAL STAFF SESSION
Friday, October 23 | 10:00-11:30 a.m. EDT
Registration for the Management and Professional Staff session is closed. Please email PRJT@purdue.edu for additional options.
UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT SESSION
Thursday, October 22 | 6:30-8:00 p.m. EDT
Registration for the Undergraduate Student session is closed. Please email PRJT@purdue.edu for additional options.
GRADUATE AND PROFESSIONAL STUDENT SESSION
Friday, October 23 | 1:30-3:00 p.m. EDT
Registration for the Graduate and Professional Student session is closed. Please email PRJT@purdue.edu for additional options.
Wednesday, October 21 | 6:30-8:00 p.m. EDT
Registration for the Community session is closed. Please email PRJT@purdue.edu for additional options.
PowerPlay Interactive Development, an entrepreneurial program of the University of New Hampshire, is a professional applied theatre company that creates unique training models for a diverse group of clients across the country. Utilizing applied theatre techniques, PowerPlay’s dynamic, interactive model engages participants in challenging conversations around bias, harassment, communication, collaboration, and leadership.
Incluxion Works, Inc.—founded by Stephanie A. Goodwin, Ph.D.—brings diversity science to bear on DEI strategy. Incluxion Works partners with organizations around the country to effect evidence-based institutional change. An elected Fellow of the Society of Experimental Social Psychology, Goodwin has 20+ years of experience in higher education as a scientist, educator, and academic leader with expertise in diversity and inclusion science, faculty development, and academic affairs.