Session 3.0 — Commitment (4-5pm)
The goal of this training is to provide language to address discrimination without shaming others, but rather fostering inclusion. We accomplish this goal through interactive media, positive response techniques, and activities that encourage empathetic understanding through exploring real-life identities.
Building on recently developed skill sets to speak up, 4.0 empowers participants to proactively combat bias and prejudicial statements/behaviors made on campus. Participants will engage in activities that assess:
- Where are we now?
The current state of diversity, equity and inclusion
- Where do we want to be?
What a warm, welcoming, diverse, and inclusive Washington University School of Medicine would look like
- What does it take to get there?
Identifying the challenges and opportunities to accomplish the diversity, equity and inclusion goals
While there are two RSVP links below, it is STRONGLY advised you register to participate in both sessions.
Event details will be communicated to you upon registering for the event. By clicking the button below, you’ll be redirected to Learn@Work, asked to enter your WUSTL Key, and automatically become enrolled in this session.
The department coordinator for this training is Enyo Ablordeppey. You may also contact Valerie Joyner.