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GEO331: 1-Fed Government-Part 3

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WNA: Women's Mental Health and Intersectionality Part 2

During Part 2 of this event, Dr. Abbasi addressed:1. The concept of intersectionality and its impact on mental health2. Understanding bio, psychosocial model of mental disorders3. Why women are more…

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GEO204: Southeast Asia on the Map!

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ARLIS/NA Artist Files Special Interest Group: Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Discussion Panel

The Artist Files SIG held an online discussion forum on the topic of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in artist file collections on August 9, 2021. The one-hour session included a panel of three…

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Collaborative Institutional Problem-Solving: Exploring DEI Initiatives and Five Case Studies Across Libraries and Museums

This session took place on May 13, 2021, as part of the ARLIS/NA Virtual Conference hosted by the ARLIS/NA MOQ Chapter. Presenters include Claralyn Burt, Soumya Dasgupta, Emilee Mathews, and K. Sarah…

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Ready Yourself for Job Search and Advancement in the Art Library

Whether art librarianship is your first or second career, or you are considering pivoting it in the future, it is never too early to prepare yourself for advancement or promotion in your position.…

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Cataloger's Judgements: Ethical Cataloging and Artists from Underrepresented Groups

This panel explores judgement calls made by catalogers that can affect access to material on or by artists from underrepresented groups and marginalized identities. Panelists present local solutions,…

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12/10/2020 Sandy Penn Interview

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Lecture 9.1- Part 2

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Lecture 9 - Part 4

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Lecture 7.3 - Part 2

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Jadel Hughes Davis, July 7, 2017

Jadel Hughes Davis, an engineering graduate of Michigan State University, was interviewed by Liz Timbs on July 7, 2017. She recounts her time in various MSU organizations, such as Women in…

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Prof. Kyle Whyte Audio (Unedited)

Indigenous activist and professor Dr. Kyle Whyte, now at U-M School for Environment and Sustainability, shares with us about his work in climate justice and how it relates to agricultural and food…

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