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Dr. Rachel A. Griffin
Visiting Scholar: Dr. Rachel A. Griffin, "The Day the Mountains Move has Come: Inclusive Excellence, Social Justice & the Humanization of Best Practices."
NFO 2016
New Faculty Orientation 2016

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This week:

  • Making Excellence Inclusive (MEI) and the Faculty Development Office at Eastern Illinois University are co-sponsoring a session on Recognizing and Responding to Microaggressions on Campus, Tu, 15 Nov, 3:30 - 5:00 in Klehm 2030. This session will define and provide examples of microaggressions. Through interactive dialogue, the session will then assist participants in understanding how microaggressions perpetuate racism, sexism and misogyny, homophobia and transphobia, as well as classism. Proactive communicative challenges and responses will also be addressed. Open to Faculty, Staff, and Graduate Assistants.  Please register by November 15 by going to https://www.eiu.edu/apps/registration/account_index.php?id=25.

  • In addition to our other upcoming workshops, here are some of our ongoing initiatives:



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