Practicing Allyship in Academia: Research, Service, and Teaching
Date: March 6, 2017 Time: 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Event Description “Allyship is not an identity- it is a lifelong process”- The Anti-Oppression Network In academia, we strive to actively acknowledge privilege and openly discuss it. In this panel discussion, WSU members discuss how allyship can be practiced through research, service, and teaching, creating an active learning community wherein current and future students, faculty, and staff can build their capacity to personally enact and support inclusivity & allyship in academic contexts. Join this panel of WSU students and staff at 1 pm in Butch’s Den in the Compton Union on the WSU Pullman campus on Monday, March 6. This event is part of International Women’s Day at WSU and is sponsored by the WSU Access Center, WSU Professional Development Initiative, and the WSU Edward R. Murrow College of Communication. To learn more about this week and view a list of events, visit cce.wsu.edu/womensday.