Diversity Issues in Higher Education Conference
“Making Meaning of Today’s Cultural Climate”
will be hosted by Berkeley College at the Woodland Park, NJ, campus on
Friday, November 17, 2017 (9 am to 3 pm)
Be part of the premier event within the tri-state area addressing critical diversity challenges in academia, the community, and the workplace!!! Join us on Friday, Nov. 17, at Berkeley College’s Woodland Park, NJ, campus. In addition to networking and strategy-exploring opportunities, this conference will feature:
>> Legacy of Activism and Resistance: Tools & Strategies
>> How Do We Create Inclusive Environments?
>> Transforming Traditional Activism: Allyship & Solidarity
Our Voices…Our Issues: Seton Hall’s Dr. Forrest M. Pritchett, Faculty Mentor and Freshman Studies Program Director, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Leadership Program, will facilitate a student discussion on issues impacting campus climate and increased student activism
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RATE (includes breakfast and lunch): $65 general public/$35 students (student ID required).
“This annual conference unites NJ’s higher education sector to address diversity challenges and successful programs across the state,” says American Conference on Diversity President & CEO Elizabeth Williams-Riley. “Each year the students, educators, and professionals that attend this event carry forward the powerful lessons learned to influence change on their campus, in their workplaces, and in communities they serve.”
FOR MORE INFORMATION Contact Ashante S. Connor at firstname.lastname@example.org or 973-278-5400 ext. 5757
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