About this Event
Unconscious biases are thoughts and attitudes that are outside our awareness and can influence our decision-making. This course introduces the basics of unconscious or implicit bias and reviews of different types of unconscious bias. Participants will engage in group activities and small group discussions while they learn how implicit bias influences their decisions in their university life. Finally, the participants will be introduced to scientifically sound strategies to combat bias in their own lives. This course is open to all.
Participants in this course can apply their completion toward the Inclusive Excellence Certificate, a four-part program. For more information about the IEC program, visit the Office for Institutional Equity and Diversity website. Enrollment in the IEC program is not required to participate this workshop on Jan. 24.
Registration for this workshop is required. To register, click the registration link above. Registrants will receive information about how to access the workshop via Zoom and a calendar invite.