Creating an Inclusive Community Series

Faculty and staff are invited to dialogue regarding topics that are pertinent the larger discussion on diversity and inclusion.

As a community, attendees are asked to lend their voice to the conversation on how to ensure the environment has reduced bias behaviors and more opened opportunities for connection and inclusion. Events are open to all. Events take place in the Poetry Center in 73 Tremont from 12:15 to 1:15 p.m.

Past Events

Celebrate Diversity Day

Cookie Decorating Event
February 14, 2019

An Examination of Implicit Bias

Presented by Jennifer Blakely
March 18, 2019

Inclusive Leadership

Presented by Joyya Smith, Vice President Diversity, Access, and Inclusion
April 5, 2019

Building an Inclusive Community

Presented by Dr. Maura Cullen, Diversity Speaker
April 11, 2019

Understanding Religious Diversity: Examining Our Differences and Similarities,

Presented by Rev. Amy Fisher
September 2018

How To Mindfully Handle Microaggressions

Presented by Cherina Wright, Director for Student Engagement and Inclusion at the Law School
October 2018

Managing Our Own Biases: How Bias Impacts Behavior and Decision-Making

Presented by Joyya Smith, Vice President, Diversity, Access, and Inclusion.
November 2018

A Philosophical Exploration of the Value of Diversity

Presented by Patrick Shin, Associate Dean of Suffolk Law School.
December 2018