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Implicit Bias and Research: Part 2 of our Series

by Kelleen Maluski on 2020-09-18T08:00:00-06:00 | Comments

Image of a woman with a search bar over her eyes and a thought bubble. With text 'Ever wonder how implicit biases might be impacting your learning experiences, professional development, or research? Come to our session on Wednesday, September 23rd from 12-1pm to learn more!'

Ever wonder how implicit biases might be impacting your learning experiences, professional development, or research? Come to our session on Wednesday, September 23rd from 12-1pm to learn more! This is a follow up to our workshop Implicit Bias: Understanding and Addressing It, though you don't need to have attended that session to come to this one. In this session we will discuss how implicit biases inherently exist within ourselves, research, publications, and databases. Participants will work to evaluate how these biases and isms build on the dominant narrative that already exists in the health sciences and the academy and thus further perpetuate white supremacy. Discussion on how to evaluate and not take resources at "face value" will be a major part of this workshop.

You can register for the session here and if you have any questions feel free to reach out to our Student Success and Engagement Librarian, Kelleen Maluski.


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