The 2016 Diversity Forum on Nov. 1-2, hosted by Student Affairs, offers a variety of sessions that may interest you! Please attend any sessions listed below that appeal to you. See descriptions of these sessions at http://www.uww.edu/diversity/diversity-forum
- Tuesday, November 1
- 9-10:30am: Cultural Intelligence (CQ) and Why UW-W Needs it! (UC Hamilton Room)
- 11am-noon: Cornerstones for Success (Roseman Gym)
- 1-2pm: Sustained Learning: An Opportunity to Extend Learning about Culture and Self (UC 266)
- 2-3pm: Now You See Me: Exploring the Lived Experiences of Persons with Visible and Invisible Disabilities (UC 261)
- Wednesday, November 2
- 9-10am: Advocacy, Identity and the University (UC 266)
- 10:30am-noon: Engaging Racial Discomfort (UC Hamilton Room)
- 1-2pm: Stepping and Strolling One’s Way to Success: How Black and Multicultural Fraternities and Sororities Facilitate the Success of College Students (UC Hamilton Room)
- 2:30-3:30pm: Beyond Transactions: Workplace Relationships that Endure (UC Hamilton Room)
If you’d like to learn more, Andersen Library can help! Use Library tools to find books such as The cultural intelligence difference: Master the one skill you can’t do without in today’s global economy (2nd-floor New Arrivals Island, HF5549.5.M5 L58 2011) and Leading with cultural intelligence: The real secret to success (online via ebrary academic ebook collection), both of which were written by Dr. David Livermore, who is presenting the “Cultural Intelligence (CQ) and Why UW-W Needs it!” session at 9 a.m. on Tuesday. Other resources include the books Disability and Community (online via ebrary) and Sight unseen (3rd-floor Main Collection, HV1593 .K528 1999), and Waist-high in the world: A life among the nondisabled (3rd-floor Main Collection, RC377 .M25 1996). Articles that may be found include “Outside looking in? Studies of the community integration of people with learning disabilities” (Disability & Society, 1998, vol.13:no.3, pp.389-413), “Navigating the journey to culturally responsive teaching: Lessons from the success and struggles of one first-year, Black female teacher of Black students in an urban school” (Teaching and Teacher Education, 2016, vol.60, pp.24-33), “Talent management in the video game industry: The role of cultural diversity and cultural intelligence” (Thunderbird International Business Review, 2012, vol.54:no.6, pp.845-858), “Leisure-time physical activity: Experiences of college students with disabilities” (Adapted Physical Activity Quarterly, 2016, vol.33:no.2, pp.176-194), “Social perception on social integration of people with disabilities” (Social Work Review, 2014, vol.13:no.3, pp.57-68), and “Keeping race in place: Racial microaggressions and campus racial climate at the University of California, Berkeley” (Chicano-Latino Law Review, 2002, vol.23, pp.15-113).
If you’d like assistance with finding additional resources, please ask a librarian (choose chat or email, phone 262-472-1032, or visit the Reference Desk).