“Barriers to Inclusion: Service Dog Handlers in Science Laboratories” Presented by Joey Ramp
The EPP Diversity and Inclusion Committee will be hosting a seminar titled “Celebration of Light” to celebrate the Winter Solstice and light. Winter solstice, which is the shortest day of the year, is also known as the first day of winter in the Northern Hemisphere. This seminar will discuss how light has been historically celebrated in agrarian societies and incorporated into global religious celebrations. The seminar speakers include Dr. Hollenbach (Anthropology department), Dr. Darby (Religious Studies Department), and EPP graduate students Beant Kapoor, Michelle Odoi, and Zaklina Pavlovic. To attend this event, please register in advance via Zoom.
“Decolonizing the Coffee Industry: Building Community One Cup at a Time” Presented by Ms. Gowa
“Indigenous Archaeology and the Refusal of Colonialism in Archaeology”
“Decolonizing Archaeology the Navajo Way: Lessons from the Navajo Nation”
This workshop will examine social, economic, and civil systems that frame community engagement efforts and explore how to work within these systems in a multidisciplinary manner to advance shared goals with community partners.
Lunch and Learn- Native American Heritage Month
NAGPRA & Decolonizing Museums Lecture
This workshop introduces participants to inclusive search processes. 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.
Tennessee Indian Education Pow Wow