This workshop introduces participants to inclusive search processes. It is very interactive and provides opportunities to apply the content that is discussed. Participants will walk away with specific tips on how to run an inclusive search, as well as thoughts on how to build a supportive and inclusive work environment. Sign up in K@TE: http://email@example.com/ Tags: D&I, diversity, inclusion
Explore what community partners are doing around sustainability and environmental justice and how you can be a part. Register here: https://tennessee.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUvce6qqjsqGtMImTDKzORbA53hDdfiHoAQ Tags: D&I, diversity, inclusion
Safe Zone at UT is an educational workshop series focusing on: Basic language and terminology related to gender and sexuality Awareness and understanding of the intersections of gender, sexuality, and other social identities Skills to intervene in situations of discrimination and injustice Knowledge about LGBTQ+ resources available on UTÍs campus. Safe Zone is open to all current faculty, staff, and students at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Register here: https://pridecenter.utk.edu/programming/safezone/ Tags: D&I, diversity, inclusion
LWOL members include students of various majors who attend the University of Tennessee - Knoxville. Together, students work to create/design assistive devices to help those with different disabilities. The mission of Life Without Limits is to provide an organization for students interested in giving back to the community. Life Without Limits will provide technical and educational experience through workshops and talks by industry experts. Finally, each semester the club will share several projects through an online repository in which others may access to build the devices constructed themselves, as well as place orders for the club to provide "at no cost" to the individual. Life Without Limits is open to all majors. Tags: D&I, diversity, inclusion
The day will feature a keynote by Daryl Arnold, of Overcoming Believers Church, City of Knoxville Poet Laureate Rhea Carmon, and others. Food trucks will be available on site. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs, as there will be a limited number provided. The group will be following CDC COVID-19 guidelines. If you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vol is a Verb Day is an inclusive event designed to introduce first-year students to tools they can use to engage in meaningful and vital conversations.