Free conference on inclusivity offered in Fond du Lac County
“Teaching, Learning and Working Inclusively,” a free conference offered by the Higher Education Diversity Initiative Team, will be held Thursday, Nov. 8. The conference will run from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Stayer Dining Room, Marian University, 45 S National Ave., Fond du Lac.
The co-facilitators are Ripon College, Marian University, the University of Wisconsin-Fond du Lac and Moraine Park Technical College. Kyonna Henry, director of multicultural affairs, and Nick Eastman, assistant professor of educational studies, are the Ripon College representatives.
All faculty, staff and students of the four institutions, as well as members of the community, are invited to attend.
Free bus transportation will be available to all Ripon faculty, staff and students. A continental breakfast and lunch included with a powerful keynote talk, a workshop geared toward faculty and students, and a workshop geared toward staff and community.
HEDIT, comprising members of the four higher education institutions in Fond du Lac County, aims to lead, inspire, educate and challenge those in the county to promote diversity and inclusiveness.
Registration for the conference may be made here.
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