Research Day 2018 Schedule

Event Title

Microaggressions: Who, What, Where, and Why.

Location

D34005

Start Date

4-6-2018 1:10 PM

End Date

4-6-2018 1:40 PM

Abstract

Program description as provided by the author:

5 mins: Introduction. Power point presentation: Definition of: Microaggression with examples of common ones. Privilege with example of common ones.

5 mins: Pictures of several different types of everyday Microaggression are presented with everyone asking to communicate what they are communicating. For example, common facial expression, body language, and questions asked to minority groups.

15 mins: Art activity- Participants can create paper bag puppets that resemble themselves and list common microaggression they experience.

5 mins: Debriefing. Review of what was shared and experienced by all participants. Along with tips on how to become more conscience of everyday microaggressions.

Faculty / Staff Sponsor

Dr. Allie Cipra

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Apr 6th, 1:10 PM Apr 6th, 1:40 PM

Microaggressions: Who, What, Where, and Why.

D34005

Program description as provided by the author:

5 mins: Introduction. Power point presentation: Definition of: Microaggression with examples of common ones. Privilege with example of common ones.

5 mins: Pictures of several different types of everyday Microaggression are presented with everyone asking to communicate what they are communicating. For example, common facial expression, body language, and questions asked to minority groups.

15 mins: Art activity- Participants can create paper bag puppets that resemble themselves and list common microaggression they experience.

5 mins: Debriefing. Review of what was shared and experienced by all participants. Along with tips on how to become more conscience of everyday microaggressions.