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WACSS Insight Series: Funds of Knowledge in DEI Work

Dr. Amanda Flores, WKAR's Senior Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion shares her research during this WACSS Insight Series. Funds of knowledge (Fk) are historically accumulated…

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WACSS insight Series - Robert's Rules of Order

Taylor Thrush, Deputy Secretary for Academic Governance, presents a deep dive on Robert's Rules of Order as part of the WACSS Insight Series. Resources shared: acadgov@msu.edu Parliamentary…

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Anti-Racism Insight Series Highlights

Special thanks to everyone who participated in the WACSS Anti-Racism Insight Series Speakers: Ingrid Aguayo-Fuentealba, Luis Alonzo Garcia, Yael Aronoff PhD, Ellie Baden, NiCole Buchanan PhD,…

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On Facing Boogeymen Or, What the Horror Genre Taught Me About Anti-Racist Leadership | Dr. Marita Gilbert | WACSS Insight Series

On Facing Boogeymen or, What the Horror Genre Taught Me About Anti-Racist Leadership Marita Gilbert, PhD, Associate Dean of Diversity and Campus Inclusion, MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine …

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Neurodiversity: Towards a More Inclusive Campus, Lindsay Hill and Kelsey Foote | WACSS Insight Series

WACSS Building Community Insight Series Neurodiversity: Towards a More Inclusive Campus Lindsay Hill and Kelsey Foote, Ability Access Specialists, MSU Resource Center for Persons with…

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WACSS Building Community Insight Series: Welcome Back to Campus

Join WACSS as we discuss the return back to campus. We have a special dedication to staff who remained on campus during the pandemic, an overview of the new STEM building, discuss navigating the…

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WACSS Anti-Racism Insight Series: Hands Up, Don't Shoot: Why the protests in Ferguson and Baltimore Matter and How They Changed the World

WACSS Anti-Racism Insight SeriesDr. Jennifer Cobbina Book talk Hands Up, Don’t Shoot: Why the Protests in Ferguson and Baltimore Matter, and How They Changed America (2019)

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Intersectionality as Lived Experience, Radical Theory, and Social Justice Activism | WACSS Anti-Racism Insight Series | NiCole T. Buchanan, PhD

Society and individuals have been slow to incorporate intersectionality as a concept and as a framework for informing our work, which limits the potential impact of theory, praxis and activism. In…

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Dismantling Pipelines, Building Villages: Anti-racist STEM Education as Dynamic Coalition Building | WACSS Anti-Racism Insight Series | Michael Lachney, PhD and Brianna Green, MS

On 2/17/2021, Michael Lachney, PhD, Department of Counseling Educational Psychology and Special Education, and Brianna Green, MS, Educational Psychology and Educational Technology Program,presented…

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Muslims in/of the US, Past and Present | WACSS Anti-Racism Insight Series | Dr. Mohammad Khalil

On 12/10/2020, Dr. Mohammad Khalil, Professor of Religious Studies, Adjunct Professor of Law, and Director of the Muslim Studies Program at Michigan State University, presented Muslims in/of the US,…

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Follow the Yellow Brick Road: Your Journey toward Anti-Racism | WACSS Anti-Racism Insight Series | Dr. Darrell King

On 10/27/2020, Dr. Darrell King, Senior Associate Director of Multicultural Business Programs and Michigan State University's Broad College of Business, presented the inaugural speech for the…

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WACSS & Michigan Women Forward (MWF)

On 7/9/2020, Michigan Women Forward (MWF) President and CEO, Carolyn Cassin, joined WACSS to teach the MSU community about programs and funding for entrepreneurs of women-owned businesses, in…

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