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When: April 15, 2021 11:00 am – 12:00 pm CST
Track: Social Responsibility
Presenters: Dr. Daniel Cantor Yalowitz, DCY Consulting | Tatyana Fertelmeyster, Connecting Differences, LLC
When anyone is confronted by any form of aggression, whether verbal, physical, social, or economic, it is natural to feel fear, doubt, and paralysis. This is important in assessing critical next steps if we happen to be a bystander. We must also look at our own fears and triggers as they, too, play a role in how we may react or respond to any potential conflict or confrontation.
During this webinar participants will consider some very important questions as they devise their own ways of responding to triggering situations. How does privilege impact decisions to engage in conflict and whether/how to respond? When is allyship an act of support, and when is it not? Who gets to decide? How do we deal with our own emotional responses to aggression and confrontation? How can one become an effective ally in a virtual work world and how does this differ from an in-person workplace?
Know how to decide when to intervene as an active bystander
Identify and manage their personal emotional triggers
Utilize practical tools to engage in building allyship for safety in their workplace
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Noon-2:30 p.m. March 19
Hosted by Macalester College’s Dean of Multicultural Life, this program will cover important tips on protesting and mutual aid and will support students who want to get involved in mobilization efforts. Follow this Zoom link (https://macalester.zoom.us/j/97303870640) to attend.
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The Pan-Afrikan Center and the Women’s Center are partnering for Women’s History Month 2021
The host of the podcast Other Words for Whxre Mia, will present a live podcast recording for students, faculty, and staff. Mia discusses the whitewashing of the porn industry, how sex work has pivoted during the times of COVID-19 and how police brutality impacts sex workers.
Wednesday, March 24th, 2021 in the Chapel from 6:30pm -7:30pm
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Augsburg University welcomes undergraduate students from around Minnesota to the 3rd Annual Intercollegiate Film Festival.
The festival recognizes the work of student filmmakers and writers as part of an interconnected statewide film community. The festival provides networking opportunities and juried merit awards of distinction.
Submissions are open until March 19th!
Entry fees are waived for Augsburg students. Use code CFNFilm2021
All are welcome to attend the festival which will be held virtually this year!
Learn more at our website.
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National Institute of Health’s National Institute for General Medical Sciences (NIGMS) is committed to increasing biomedical research capacity, including at institutions where faculty have significant teaching responsibilities. In these settings, research collaborations across institutions can be especially beneficial.
An upcoming webinar explores this topic:
Thursday, March 25, 2:00-3:00 p.m. CT
See the NIGMS Feedback Loop Post here for more information. To attend the webinar, visit the Zoom Meeting page and enter the meeting number 160 708 1032 and the passcode 668131. If you’re unable to attend online, you can join by calling 646-828-7666 or 669-254-5252 and entering the passcode. A recording will be available on the NIGMS website following the event.
See the NIGMS Feedback Loop Post here for more information
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Join Provost Karen Kaivola and regents Jeff Nodland and John O’Brien for an update on the work of the grow sustainably task force.
Focused Conversation: Grow Sustainably Task Force
Thursday, March 25
To view the Focused Conversation schedule and access the live-stream link when available, visit the All Hands page (log in required).
All Hands Page