Walking the Walk: What EDISJ Work Looks Like IRL - Sponsored by Presidio

Wednesday, March 29 | 9:30AM–10:15AM ET | Ballroom D/E
Session Type: General Session
Delivery Format: General Session

You’ve heard and read about it countless times—“Top 10 Ways to Improve DEI at Work”, “The Ultimate Guide to EDISJ in the Workplace"—but how often have you seen it in action? What does cultivating a culture of inclusion and belonging actually look like in practice? What are some practical examples of real anti-racism work in higher ed? How are our peers doing EDISJ work and how are they figuring it out? What does success look like?

Join us for a panel discussion on what equity, diversity, inclusion, and social justice work looks like In Real Life (IRL) at higher ed institutions in the region. Do you have an EDISJ story? Share it here!

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  • Stephanie Caban

  • Veronica Kenausis

    Associate Dean of Library Services and Academic Success Programs, Western Connecticut State University
  • Jay Rozgonyi

    Assoc. Vice Provost for Pedagogical Innovation & Effectiveness, Fairfield University
  • Ashley Turner

    Sr. Academic Technologist, Swarthmore College