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Including Jewish Students in DEI Spaces

5120 Grainger Hall 975 University Avenue, Madison, Wisconsin

When focusing on underrepresented student groups on campus, religion is often left out of the conversation. Due to the increase in anti-semitic bias incidents on campus, it's important to include our Jewish populations within these DEI conversations and spaces. This workshop falls under the Context and Culture competency, and counts towards the Inclusive Leadership badge....

Unconscious Bias

1266 Grainger (Executive Dining Room) 975 University Avenue, Madison, Wisconsin, United States

Unconscious biases are learned assumptions, beliefs, or attitudes that we aren’t necessarily aware of. This workshop will help students become more conscious of these biases and learn how to cultivate a more inclusive environment by being neutral to their own stereotypes or perceptions. FREE PIZZA!This workshop falls under the Inclusive Engagement competency and counts towards...

Allyship in Action

5120 Grainger Hall 975 University Avenue, Madison, Wisconsin

People with majority identities can play an important role in advocating for underrepresented identities. Join us to learn how to be effective and active ally to get started with your allyship journey. Come to learn how you can demonstrate allyship in day-to-day school life. FREE PIZZA!This workshop falls under the Inclusive Engagement competency and counts...

Sexist Attitudes about Leadership

5120 Grainger Hall 975 University Avenue, Madison, Wisconsin

The same behaviors are often described in different ways for men and women.  For example “assertive” is used in a positive way for men, but “bossy” is used in a negative way for women.  This workshop will identify some of those sexist attitudes and offer ways of reframing to be more inclusive of all genders....

Servant and Courageous Leadership

Room 5120 – Capitol Conference Room 975 University Avenue, Madison

Servant Leadership describes a style that seeks to involve team members in decision-making, is embedded in ethical and caring behavior, and emphasizes the importance of opportunities for the growth and development of workers. Courageous Leadership refers to the bravery it takes to create positive change in the face of significant challenges. Come to this workshop...

Cultural Appropriation vs. Cultural Appreciation

Room 5120 – Capitol Conference Room 975 University Avenue, Madison

The difference between cultural appreciation and appropriation is not widely known. Thus, we ask that you join us in this workshop to learn how cultural appropriation is harmful and exploitative to marginalized communities while furthering your understanding on how to appreciate other cultures appropriately. This workshop falls under the Inclusive Engagement value and counts towards...

The Color of Drinking and Me

2270 Grainger Hall 975 University Ave, Madison, Wisconsin, United States

Take a deep dive into The Color of Drinking survey and what its findings mean for you as an inclusive leader. This workshop falls under the Inclusive Engagement value and counts towards the Inclusive Leadership Badge.

Beyond Acknowledgement: A breakdown of the Indigenous History in Madison

Room 5120 – Capitol Conference Room 975 University Avenue, Madison

Come explore the intracies of performative actions, optical allyship, and the historical context of the lands we inhabit. Engage in dynamic discussions and exercises to equip yourself with the tools and knowledge necessary to create meaningful change and support for Indigenous nations. This workshop falls under the Context and Culture competency and counts towards the...

Implicit Bias & Microaggressions

Room 5120 – Capitol Conference Room 975 University Avenue, Madison

Participants will identify effective strategies and explore the importance of addressing microaggressions. We all experience them, but for some a higher frequency can impact access and opportunity in personal and professional lives. Be part of the positive influence to those around you. This workshop falls under the Inclusive Engagement value and counts towards the Inclusive...

International Students of Color: Identity, Challenges, and Strategies for Anti-Racism

Room 5120 – Capitol Conference Room 975 University Avenue, Madison

This workshop will raise awareness about the unique challenges faced by International Students of Color here in the US. It will also provide some strategies to help us all promote understanding and stand in solidarity for effective anti-racism actions. This workshop falls under the Context and Culture competency and counts towards the Inclusive Leadership Badge.

Redlining: A Harmful Practice Impacting our Communities

1266 Grainger (Executive Dining Room) 975 University Avenue, Madison, Wisconsin, United States

Participants explore the history of structural racism and inequality, how these designs compounded each other from 1938 Redlining maps until today, and how WE can come together to deconstruct these systems with intentionality. This workshop falls under the Context and Culture competency and counts towards the Inclusive Leadership Badge.

Allyship to Advocate to Co-Conspirator: Taking Action

Room 5120 – Capitol Conference Room 975 University Avenue, Madison

Allyship is just the beginning when it comes to using your privilege and power to support and advocate for those who have been under-represented. Participants will investigate ways to determine when to learn, step up and become a co-conspirator. This workshop falls under the Inclusive Engagement competency and counts towards the Inclusive Leadership Badge.