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Dear colleagues,

On behalf of Dr. Sherwood Smith, I would like to let everyone know about the Kaleidoscope: Improving Campus Culture Using a Program with a Diversity Lens NCORE Webinar that will be broadcasted from Allen House 1st floor classroom 104.
The webinar is facilitated by Crystal Jushka, M.Ed., Adrienne German, MS from the University of Wisconsin.

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Date and time:

Wednesday, August 29th, 2018 4-5:30 pm
Eastern Standard Time (New York, GMT-05:00)

Facilitators Info:

Crystal Jushka, M.Ed. received her master's degree in Higher Education from Loyola University Chicago, focusing her studies on first generation college students. She formerly worked with Milwaukee Public School students in a precollege program and directed a college success program for underrepresented students at Mount Mary University before coming to the Medical College of Wisconsin in late 2015. In her current role as the Undergraduate Outreach Coordinator, she co-manages the Student Enrichment Program for Underrepresented Professions (StEP-UP) for which she designs and delivers preparatory curriculum and advising for local college students from historically underrepresented backgrounds who are planning to attend medical or graduate school. Crystal also serves as an inherent bias trainer for the Medical College of Wisconsin's chapter of the National Coalition Building Institute, advises the Student Health Initiative for Pipeline Programs student organization, and helps manage the Kaleidoscope film and research forum series that provides diversity programming to the campus.
Adrienne German, MS  has taught in the Milwaukee Public School system and has served as an Admission Advisor for diverse students at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee prior to coming to the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) in early 2016. She currently serves as the High School Outreach Coordinator where she co-manages the Student Enrichment Program for Underrepresented Professions (StEP-UP) for which she designs and delivers medical education exposure programming to precollege students from backgrounds that are historically underrepresented in medicine. She is an inherent bias trainer for the Medical College of Wisconsin's chapter of the National Coalition Building Institute and helps manage the Kaleidoscope film and research forum series. She also serves as a member of the Ronald Reagan High School NAF Advisory Board, and advises the Student Health Initiative for Pipeline Programs student organization.

Duration:

1 hour 30 minutes





Overall Objectives:

This session will examine the Medical College of Wisconsin's Kaleidoscope program, developed to create a more welcoming campus, create cultural competence among students, staff, and faculty, and increase matriculation of underrepresented students. Presenters will show how MCW developed and delivers a much-needed forum for constituents to learn about and discuss issues of diversity. They will discuss how the program and featured topics regarding race and ethnicity are facilitated and provide engaging examples.


Please follow these steps to enroll:

- Log in to PeopleSoft Human Resources at www.uvm.edu/~erp/portal/<http://www.uvm.edu/~erp/portal/>
- Go to Main Menu > Self Service > Learning and Development > Request Training Enrollment
- Click Search by Course Number
- Enter CCP012 and click Search
- Click View Available Sessions
- Click on the Session Number for the date you wish to attend
- Click Continue, Submit, Yes until you reach the "Save Confirmation" page.
You will receive a confirmation email with the subject line, "Request submitted."
Cancellations must be processed through Professional Development & Training at 802-656-5800.

https://ncore.ou.edu/en/webinar-series/

Have a nice day,

Masha Shelukha
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Administrative Assistant to Dr. Sherwood Smith
Center for Cultural Pluralism
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