Examining Implicit Biases
This session on implicit bias will allow participants to comprehend the impact of implicit bias in a professional setting. Participants will self-reflect on their awareness of implicit biases and how those affect the workplace environment. An understanding of how to minimize implicit bias in one's life will also be discussed. This session will be a holistic format, with open discussion in a safe environment.
Workshop Learning Objectives
After today's session, you will be able to:
- understand your own implicit biases.
- comprehend the impact of implicit bias.
- understand how to minimize implicit bias through self-awareness.
About Dr. Marsha Lue
Dr. Marsha S. Lue received her Doctorate in Education from Argosy University-Twin Cities. She has been working in higher education since 2005, when she began with the McNair Scholars Program. She has also taught in the areas of Psychology and Human Services. Dr. Lue's research interests have been related to various social justice issues, focused primarily on underrepresented college students. Other research interests include current military and Veterans in terms of educational access and retention.
Tuesday, February 19, 2019
Lake Superior College
2101 Trinity Road
Duluth, MN 55811
Networking and Lunch 11:30 am - 12:00 pm
Program 12:00 - 1:00 pm
$20.00 for Members $30.00 for Non-members $10.00 for Students
Parking and Building Info:
Closest parking option is Lot 1 (No permit required. However, do NOT park in spots designated for faculty/staff or visitors). Session in Building S adjacent to Lot 1 (first floor, room S1981).