Cultural competency and the ability to engage and create synergies with others from different backgrounds, orientations, and perspectives. Many areas across campus host Diversity and Inclusion programs. Instead of replicating their efforts, this space is devoted to highlighting the work of others so that they can be easily found in one place. Please send a note to AskHR@wm.edu if you want to have your program listed here.Programs Hosted by Others
- Collaborative Conversations: W&M Highlands - A Lemon's Legacy Porch Talk
- Update on How Disability Drives Innovation: An Intersectional and Global Perspective by Haben Girma
- Living Together, Living Apart by Dr. Johnny Finn
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Want a session on your Cornerstone transcript? You can also register for events via Cornerstone for them to automatically be added. Go to Featured Training and select Learning Forward to find sessions currently available for registration.
University Libraries - We are partnering with university libraries to provide a list of academic research and recognized works on this topic for your continued learning.
Cornerstone - Check out the playlists and other resources posted in Cornerstone. Use the key word Inclusion to find resources on this topic.
If you have any ideas or suggestions for ways of engaging the W&M community in growing our collective competencies in the four areas identified, or if you have any questions about this learning series, please send them to Dr. Babs Bengtson at [[blbengtson]].