Cultivating intercultural capacity for the Common Good

The Inclusive Excellence Academy Learning Series offers faculty and staff learning opportunities focused on increasing intercultural knowledge, personal awareness, and skills to engage with others. These 60-90 minute sessions provide engaging content and experiences for participants to personally connect with the topic and key learning outcomes. Workshop topics range from understanding cross-cultural interactions to creating inclusive classroom environments to understanding diversity, equity and inclusion through a Catholic and Marianist lens.

Schedule of Upcoming Events

OCTOBER
Connecting The Marianist Traditions And Equity On Campus
Tuesday, October 31
9–10:30 A.M. Or 1–2:30 P.M.
Kennedy Union

NOVEMBER
What Is Implicit Bias?
Wednesday, November 15
9–10:30 A.M. Or 1–2:30 P.M.
Kennedy Union

JANUARY 
Hiring with Equity
Thursday, January 18
9–10:30 A.M. Or 1–2:30 P.M.
Kennedy Union

JANUARY 
Webinar: Dr. Jamie Washingon on Racist Messages on Campus
Tuesday, January 23
2-4 PM
Science Center Auditorium

FEBRUARY 
Making Excellence Inclusive in the University and the Classroom: Incorporating Models of Inclusion on Campus
Thursday, February 22
9–10:30 A.M. Or 1–2:30 P.M.
Kennedy Union

MARCH 
Exploring and Discussing Whiteness at a Predominately White Institution
Tuesday, March 20
9–10:30 A.M. Or 1–2:30 P.M.
Kennedy Union

APRIL  
"I Didn't Mean It That Way"" Navigating Tough Cross-Cultural Conversations
Thursday, April 12
9–10:30 A.M. Or 1–2:30 P.M.
Kennedy Union