Psychology Diversity Celebration Week Mar 9-13

Each year, the Department of Psychology hosts its Diversity Celebration Week, to celebrate diversity and its important contributions to our understanding of the world. Many events are planned for the week, and we encourage you attend as many as possible (see list below for days, times, rooms, and student groups affiliated with it). Also, please announce these in your classes and encourage your students to attend them as well. The event times are distributed across the week to encourage broad attendance. If you would like to give extra credit for attendance at one or more of these events, we can scan student IDs.
Events include:

  • March 9 (Mon) 9:30-10:30am — Coffee and Conversations (presented by the Association of Black Psychologists)
  • March 9 (Mon) 3-4pm — Intergroup Dialogues (presented by the Center for American and World Cultures)
  • March 9 (Mon) 4-5pm — Diversity Discussion and Reception (presented by the Department of Psychology)
  • March 10 (Tues) 2-3pm — Film Screening and Discussion (presented by Unidos)
  • March 11 (Wed) 1-2pm — Equity & Food Distribution Models (presented by Shared Harvest Food Bank)
  • March 12 (Thurs) 12-1pm — Healthy Masculinities Workshop (presented by Miami’s Men and Masculinity Committee)
  • March 13 (Fri) 3-5pm — Diversity Teach-In (presented by the Department of Psychology)