Faculty Conversations on Diversity: Inclusion, Micro-Aggressions, and Cultural Competence

Friday, November 4, 2016 at 10:00am to 12:00pm

Hoffman Hall (HOH)
701 Exposition Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90089

Fall and Spring Workshop Series - supports the professionial development of Marshall faculty

  • Increase your understanding of diversity, inclusion and cultural competency
  • Learn about tangible models, frameworks, and ideas you can integrate into your lesson plans and during student teamwork.
  • Explore strategies to adress micro-aggressions in the classroom.

Guest speakers and subject experts, Marhsall and other faculty will facilitate the workshops, which are intentionally designed as 'safe spaces' to share and exchange experiences and ideas related to these topics.

Lunch will be provided. Event is open to all USC Marshall faculty.

 

About the Organizers

USC Marshall's Department of Business Communication (formerly the Center for Management Communication) is the oldest and largest academic unit devoted to the study of business communication in the U.S. The department prepares both present and future business leaders to meet the demands of a highly competitive, rapidly changing, and information-saturated global marketplace.

We focus on communication dynamics in the workplace - exploring emotional intelligence, critical thinking and decision-making processes, cross-cultural business communication, and ethics. In Business Communication (BUCO) classes, we apply communication theory to practical challenges in interpersonal communication, business writing, oral presentations, and teamwork.

Our continued national leadership in business communication education is driven by a commitment to excellence and innovation in teaching, applied research, faculty mentoring, and service to the Marshall School and USC.

Audience

Faculty/Staff

Campus

University Park Campus

Website

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/faculty-...

Cost

Free for Marshall faculty

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