Understanding and Minimizing the Role of Implicit Bias in Microaggressions

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Inclusion and diversity Personal and Interpersonal Effectiveness

This interactive talk introduces graduate students to the underlying concepts and language used in the psychological literature to describe implicit or unconscious biases, describes how these processes function as habits of mind, and focuses on how they influence our interactions and can lead to microaggressions. Students will learn effective strategies for minimizing the application of implicit bias and for addressing microaggressions when they commit, witness, or experience them.


Date: September 2nd

Time: 12:00pm–1:15pm



Phone: 608-265-9704