August Diversity Events
Join UNC’s Chief of Police David Perry and the NC TraCS Community and Stakeholder Engagement (CaSE) Program for this training session on DATES. The Law & Your Community is a nationally recognized hands-on interactive training designed to improve participant communications and interactions with law enforcement officers, as well as participant understanding of their rights and federal, state and local laws.The program will address issues related to the role that citizens play in our representative democracy, law literacy, and strategies for law enforcement engagement. Aug. 5, 1–2:30 p.m. Register.
The Impacts of Racism and CV-19 on Employer Engagement Plans will host an Employer Relations Panel to discuss the latest trends in employer engagement strategies from various career center professionals. This session will be moderated by Roderick Lewis, External Relations Director, University Career Services. Panelists will include Geni Harclerode, MA (Director of Employer Recruitment and Engagement, Northwestern University), Sharon Attaway (Director of Employer Relations, Miami University), and R. Lynn Epps (Senior Associate Director, Employer and Alumni Engagement, University of Delaware). Aug. 6, 1–2 p.m. Register.
The monthly Dismantling Racism in Academia (DRA) Journal & Discussion Club is a series of discussions focused on a variety of journal articles, books, podcasts and other media. The gathering is open to graduate students, postdocs, faculty and staff in the biomedical sciences (and beyond). This session will focus on the Achievement Gap. Journal article: Haack, et al., 2011. Science. Download free at library.unc.edu with your Onyen log in. Aug. 26. 5 p.m. Register.