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1 The University of Toledo Office of Equity, Diversity & Community Engagement in collaboration with Office of Quality and Continuous Learning (OQCL) Current University of Toledo employees are eligible to earn a UT Culture of Diversity Certificate by participating in select sessions offered by the Office of Equity, Diversity & Community Engagement in collaboration with the Office of Quality and Continuous Learning. These opportunities are offered as a free benefit to UT employees to help them improve their professional skills and performance. Each session focuses on building a culture of equity and diversity at The University of Toledo. To earn the Diversity Certificate, participants must complete the first six seminars then a minimum of any five of the optional ten sessions. The certificate requirements can be completed in one semester or over two consecutive semesters. The UT Culture of Diversity Certificate consists of the following sessions: 1. Building a Culture of Diversity (offered twice attend one) Friday, Feb. 13 1:00 4:30 pm Location: RH 1530 Wednesday, Feb. 18 1:00 4:30 pm Location: Tucker Hall 0152 Jeff Witt, Program Manager Office of Equity, Diversity & Community Engagement This session establishes a foundation of learning for subsequent sessions. Melting pot, salad bowl, oil and water these and many more metaphors are used to help explain what happens when people who are different from each other come together. By definition, human diversity requires the interaction of varied cultures. The impact and implications of this interaction is the focus of this exciting workshop. Participants will explore topics such as: Building a work-place culture that supports diversity and inclusion Stereotypes and microagressions Power abuse and the isms The effects of privilege Embrace your many cultures self awareness Learning Outcome: Discuss the impact and implications of social interaction of varied cultures. 2. Disabilities, The ADA and Reasonable Accommodation Wednesday, Feb. 25 1:00 4:30 pm Location: Libbey Hall Dining Room Toni Howard, Director, Office of Student Disability Services This seminar will provide participants with information related to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and applicable laws. ADA related policies and practices will be discussed in a meaningful dialog concerning workplace and academic access accommodations. Learning Outcome: Identify ADA related laws, policies and practices, including work-place and academic access accommodations. Continuing Nursing Education: 3.0CH (The CH do not apply toward the ONA legal/law CE required for all Ohio nurses.) Continuing Social Work Education:

2 3. Building a Culture of Diversity: Interpersonal and Cross-Cultural Communications Friday, Feb. 27 9:00 am 4:00 pm Location: RH 1530 Dr. Shanda Gore, Associate VP, Equity, Diversity and Community Engagement Jeff Witt, Program Manager, Office of Equity, Diversity and Community Engagement This course is designed to give participants a working knowledge of issues of diversity in the workplace and in groups or teams. Topics covered include: Cross cultural communication Conflict resolution Stereotypes and micro-aggressions Terminology Building a culture of inclusion Culturally sensitive customer service Personal network mapping Learning Outcome: Identify diversity issues in the workplace, groups, and teams. Continuing Nursing Education: 8.0CH Continuing Social Work Education: 4. Harassment and Bullying: Law, Policy and the Right Thing To Do Tuesday, March 3 1:00 4:30 pm Location: RH 1530 Lisa Kovach, Associate Professor, Education Robert Salem, Clinical Professor, Law-Instruction Terrie Kovacs, Director, Talent Management, Human Resources This seminar will provide participants with information related to federal and state law addressing issues of all forms of harassment, including bullying. Participants will also be guided through the process of policy and practice in compliance with both the letter and the spirit of such laws. Topics covered include: Harassment (including sexual harassment and bullying) Discrimination (including title IX and title VII) Privacy, Confidentiality, Anonymous Reporting, HIPPA and FERPA Reporting and investigating claims of compliance violation The last half-hour of this session will be dedicated to UT s sexual harassment training conducted by Terrie Kovacs; Director, Talent Management, Human Resources and Talent Development. Learning Outcome: Relate federal and state laws as they apply to all forms of harassment, including bullying. Continuing Nursing Education: 4.0CH (The CH do not apply toward the ONA legal/law CE required for all Ohio nurses.) Continuing Social Work Education: 5. Supplier Diversity and Minority Business Development Tuesday, March 24 1:00 4:00 pm Location: Scott Park Campus, Student Center 1080c Erik Johnson, Manager of UT s Minority Business Development Center Jen Pastorek, Director, Supply Chain Management This seminar is designed to familiarize participants with the form and function of Supplier Diversity Programs and community based Minority Business Development Programs. UT policy and procedure related to minority supplier purchasing will be reviewed and the impact of such programs on local economies will also be discussed. Learning Outcome: Identify the form and function of the Supplier Diversity Programs and community based Minority Business Development Programs.

3 6. Measuring Diversity Wednesday, April 1 1:00 4:30 pm Location: RH 1530 Dr. Shanda Gore, Associate VP, Equity, Diversity and Community Engagement Assessment is a key function to the continued growth and success of any business. In this session, participants will learn how to measure diversity and why the practice is critical to success. Topics discussed include: Diversity Plans The Climate Survey Program and Service Evaluations Learning Outcome: Identify means to measure diversity to ensure success and growth in business. OPTIONAL SESSIONS: Chose at least 5 to qualify for the Diversity Certificate. 1. Global Citizenship Wednesday, March 4 1:00-4:30 pm Location: SM 1100 Pete Thomas, Director, Experiential Learning Alex Wrege, Program Director, American Language Institute This exciting workshop is designed to empower participants in seeing themselves as global citizens. The concept of global citizenship will be explored from the perspective of UT s international students. Opportunities to enhance global citizenship skills and experiences will also be discussed. Topics covered include crosscultural communication, managing language barriers, international travel and ways to support international students. Learning Outcome: Discuss concepts of global citizenship to enhance cross-cultural communication and relationships with international students, patients and families. 2. Gender and Gender Identity Wednesday, March 18 1:00 4:30 pm Location: RH 1530 Presenter TBD Designed to be interactive and draw from the insights, experiences and questions of participants, this program will focus on gender roles, current issues and influences. Topics discussed include: Gender roles and gender inequity Transgender and gender identity issues Gender messages in media, art, politics and religion Feminism Learning Outcome: Discuss gender roles, current issues and influences. 3. Toledo Museum of Art - Docent Guided Tour: Social Justice Friday, March 20 1:00-4:00 pm UT bus will depart from the Eberly Center for Women promptly at 1:00 p.m. Sponsored by the Eberly Center for Women as a part of UT s Women s History Month.

4 Join us for a guided tour through the world-famous Toledo Museum of Art. The docent-led tour will highlight contemporary works of art that explore social justice issues. Using a visual literacy format, participants will be taught and encouraged to consider each piece of art from a personal perspective. Transportation will be provided and the tour will be free to UT Diversity Certificate participants. 4. Building a Bridge to Successful Aging Wednesday, March 25 1:00 4:30 pm Location: RH 1530 Dr. Victoria Steiner, Assistant Admin. Director, Center for Successful Aging Participants will be guided through a discussion on aging in America. Topics discussed include research related to aging, demographics and trends in aging, age related changes, ageism and elderly caregiving. Learning Outcome: Discuss the national issues related to our aging population. 5. Safe Place LGBTQ Ally Training Expanded Friday, April 10 1:00 4:00 pm Location: Tucker Hall 0152 Jeff Witt, Program Manager Office of Equity, Diversity & Community Engagement This course is an expanded and enhanced version of the nationally promoted Safe Places Training. Participants in the training course will learn how to create a safe and affirming environment for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning (LGBTQ) individuals. Related current cultural issues such as queer activism, queer subcultures, and hot button issues will also be discussed. Learning Outcome: Identify methods to create a safe environment for LGBTQ individuals. 6. Socioeconomics: Bridges Out of Poverty Tuesday, April 14 1:00 4:30 pm Location: RH 1530 Jeff Witt, Program Manager, Office of Equity, Diversity and Community Engagement Concepts from the national, research based program Bridges out of Poverty will be presented in the context of understanding and helping under-resourced college students. Topics of discussion include the hidden rules of college, motivation factors for under-resourced students and ways to build a supportive campus network. Learning Outcome: Discuss how under-resourced students can be supported on college campuses. 7. Film Viewing: Arranged Thursday, April 16 5:30 7:30 pm Location: Main Campus, Student Rec Center Oak Room Sponsored by the Eberly Center for Women and the Center for Religious Understanding as a part of the Jewish Heritage Month. The film centers on two young women, one an Orthodox Jew, the other a Devout Muslim, who meet and become friends as first-year teachers at a public school in Brooklyn. Over the course of the year, they learn that they share much in common, not the least of which is that they are both going through arranged marriages. A brief talk-back sponsored by UT s Center for Religious Understanding will be hosted immediately following the film.

5 8. Disability Awareness Training: The Ability Center of Greater Toledo Friday, April 17 12:30-5:00 pm UT bus will depart from the Eberly Center for Women promptly at 12:30 p.m. Sponsored by the Eberly Center for Women as a part of UT s Diversity Week. Using a mix of videos, speakers, discussion and hands-on activities, Disability Awareness Training is specifically designed to give each participant a deeper appreciation of the issues and obstacles faced by people living with disabilities in everyday life. The simple approach and easy to use tips offered will help to reduce apprehension and enhance communication when interacting with individuals living with a disability. Transportation will be provided. This program is free to Diversity Certificate participants. 9. Book Discussion: Talking About Race by Kaolin Tuesday, April 21 1:00 3:30 pm Location: Tucker Hall 0152 Jeff Witt, Program Manager, Office of Equity, Diversity and Community Engagement Those who sign up for this session will receive a free copy of the book. Participants should have read the book and made some notes of impressions before the group discussion. Some thought provoking questions will be sent to participants a week before the discussion. Learning Outcome: Discuss how to protect your child, your family and yourself from racism. 10. Religious Diversity Friday, April 24 1:00 4:30 pm Location: Tucker Hall 0152 Dr. Jeanine Diller, Director, UT Center for Religious Understanding It can be argued that religious conflict is the primary social problem of the 21 st century. Since the bombing of the World Trade Center in 1993, religious differences have caused significant, sometimes horrific, discord in our country and the world. But religious differences need not erupt into tension and violence. If we work to truly understand the world s living religions, to grasp the unique spiritual path that each religion has to offer then we can grow in mutual respect. This reflective session serves to promote a deeper understanding of the significance of religion and spirituality in our nation and the world. Learning Outcome: Understand the significance of religion and spirituality in our nation and the world. To register for this Certificate Program or any individual session within this program, please complete and submit the registration form through the Office of Quality and Continuous Learning: NOTE: the form will require a supervisor signature and departmental account number. For more information about this Certificate Program or any individual sessions within this program, please contact Jeff Witt in the Office of Equity, Diversity and Community Engagement

6 Date Time Session Facilitators Location R=required O=optional F, Feb. 13 1:00-4:30 pm (R) Building a Culture of Diversity Jeff Witt RH 1530 (This session is offered twice, please choose one) W, Feb. 18 1:00-4:30 pm (R) Building a Culture of Diversity Jeff Witt TH 0152 W, Feb. 25 1:00-4:30 pm (R) Disabilities and the ADA Toni Howard LH Dining Rm F, Feb. 27 9:00am (R) Interpersonal Communication Shanda Gore RH :00 pm Jeff Witt T, Mar. 3 1:00 pm (R) Harassment and Bullying Rob Salem RH :30 pm Lisa Kovach W, Mar. 4 1:00-4:30 pm (O) Global Citizenship Pete Thomas SM 1100 Alex Wrege W, Mar. 18 1:00-4:30 pm (O) Gender and Gender Identity TBD RH 1530 F, Mar. 20 1:00-4:00 pm (O) TMA Tour; Social Justice TMA Docent Bus to TMA T, Mar. 24 1:00-4:00 pm (R) Supplier Diversity Erik Johnson Student Center Jen Pastorek 1080c, Scott Park W, Mar. 25 1:00-4:30 pm (O) Successful Aging Victoria Steiner RH 1530 W, Apr. 1 1:00-4:30 pm (R) Measuring Diversity Shanda Gore RH 1530 F, Apr. 10 1:00-4:00 pm (O) Safe Place LGBTQ Ally Training Jeff Witt TH 0152 T, Apr. 14 1:00-4:30 pm (O) Bridges Out of Poverty Jeff Witt RH 1530 R, Apr. 16 5:30-7:30 pm (O) Film; Arranged Jeff Witt SRC Oak Room F, Apr :30 5pm (O) Disability Awareness Training Ability Center Bus to ACT T, Apr. 21 1:00-3:30 pm (O) Book Discussion; Race Jeff Witt TH 0152 F, Apr. 24 1:00-4:30 pm (O) Religious Diversity Jeanine Diller TH 0152 W, Apr :00-1:30 pm (O) Certificate Luncheon Jeff Witt Driscoll Board Room

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