UNEION 101

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UNEION 101 is the introductory course in the UNEION training series. Below you will find a schedule of meetings and pre-session reading/watching materials. 
*please note- UNEION is open to all NCAR|UCAR employees and visitors. You must sign up via the EOD Training Catalog* 

Sign up of  the next UNEION session here. Once you log in, click on the "EOD Training Calendar and Register for courses" link. Please make sure you sign up for ALL FOUR sessions.

Syllabus:

Material:

Session 1 - Our place in society:

An introduction to the many different identities that an individual can simultaneously hold (e.g. gender, race, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation), and ways in which privilege and unconscious bias can affect our interactions

 

Date, Time and Location:

Cohort 10: August 29, 1-4pm EOL Atrium

 

Session 2- Gender:

The concept of gender identity, how gender is socialized in society, how gender can affect workplace experience, and gender-based and sexual harassment

 

Date, Time, and Location:

Cohort 10: September 26, 1- 4pm, EOL Atrium . 

 

 

Readings will be posted closer to date of session 

Session 3- Race:

The idea of race as a social construct, microaggressions, the effect of society's attitudes towards race, and people of color's workplace experiences

 

Date, Time, and Location:

Cohort 10: October 24, 1- 4pm, CG1 2126

Readings will be posted closer to date of session

 

Session 4- Putting it into practice:

hands-on training in "bystander intervention," or tools for how to interrupt a problematic situation and stand up for colleagues and friends in the moment.

Date, Time, and Location:

Cohort 10: November 14, 1-4pm, EOL Atrium

Readings will be posted closer to session