October 27 panel on unpacking identity in the academy

By Shawn Warner-Garcia, Assistant Director of Professional Development
Wednesday, October 18, 2017 11:34 AM

Join us for a panel discussion where you will hear from advanced graduate students about the subtle and not-so-subtle workings of race, class, gender, and sexuality in the academy. Whether it's navigating racism in the classroom, class and gender biases in the curriculum, or misunderstandings of what it means to be LGBTQ, you will gain new insights on unpacking social and cultural hierarchies inside and outside the academy. Submit your questions ahead of time using the RSVP form, or come prepared to ask the questions you've been wanting to ask but were afraid to.

Unpacking Race, Class, Gender, & Sexuality in the Academy
Friday, October 27, 2:30-3:30 p.m.
Engineering Sciences Building (ESB), Room 1001


Our panel of graduate students will feature:

  • Jasmine Childress (Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology)
  • Sam Del Castillo (Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychology)
  • Timnit Kefela (Environmental Science & Management)
  • Shyam Sriram (Political Science)
  • Sruthi Swami (Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychology)

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