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Social Group Membership and Hierarchy

The purpose of this topic is to get you to start thinking about social group membership and social hierarchy. To get started we want you to watch 2 videos, one explains why social stratification…

From  Nicolas Everrett Babarskis on August 15th, 2020 128 plays 0  

Expanded Version: Unconscious Bias in Virtual Settings

8/13/20 Thursday: Expanded Version: Unconscious Bias in Virtual SettingsLink to PowerPoint presentation Presented by: Amy Bonomi, PhD, MPH, Nelia Viveiros, EdD, LLBWhile employees use…

From  worklife WorkLife Office on August 13th, 2020 28 plays 0  

The cost and benefits of seeking feedback from your team and peers

8/4/20 Tuesday: The cost and benefits of seeking feedback from your team and peersPresented by: J.M.Monica van de Ridder, PhD, MSc, Assistant Professor College of Human Medicine, Michigan State…

From  worklife WorkLife Office on August 4th, 2020 33 plays 0  

Anti-racism: The Heart and Mind of the Matter

7/2/20 Thursday: Anti-racism: The Heart and Mind of the MatterPresented by: Tina Alonzo, DEI Administrator with Infrastructure Planning and Facilities A time of dissonance, disagreement between…

From  worklife WorkLife Office on July 2nd, 2020 71 plays 0  

Let’s Name It. What You May Be Feeling is Grief. Grief and the Coronavirus

4/22/20 Wednesday: Let’s Name It. What You May Be Feeling is Grief. Grief and the Coronavirus Each one of us is navigating our new normal in an unusual situation. One which we have not faced in…

From  worklife WorkLife Office on April 22nd, 2020 24 plays 0  

How to Support Your Colleagues Working from Home

WorkLife Daily Coffee ConversationsWorkLife Live Daily Chats (10 – 11a.m.) – Join the WorkLife team including Jaimie Hutchison, Barbara Roberts, Maranda Holtsclaw, Tiana Carter, John…

From  worklife WorkLife Office on April 21st, 2020 17 plays 0  

Misinformation Affecting Mode of Delivery Choice presented by Emily Gibson

Cesarean sections - one of the most common surgeries in the world - are currently being re-evaluated. Though life-saving and crucial in some cases, many health experts believe a large portion are…

From  Joshua Peter Vincent on March 19th, 2020 425 plays 0