Celebrate, Educate & Appreciate Diversity Conference (CEAD)
Saturday, February 16, 2013
Badgley Hall, EOU Campus
• Provide an opportunity for students to learn from others, whose backgrounds, beliefs, and perspectives are different from their own and to gain a broader understanding of differences.
• Promotes personal growth and skills that encourage critical thinking and enable students to effectively communicate with people of varied backgrounds and world views.
• Increase students understanding of power, privilege, biases, and stereotypes and how dimensions impact their interactions and perceptions of diversity
STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOME
Students will learn about inclusive language and gain skills that will enable them to be reflective of their identity as well as become effective campus leaders and advocates for creating a more inclusive campus community.