Events

Campus Climate: Resilience, Radical Self-Care and Inclusive Community

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Wednesday, April 12, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., MAC Gym, 4th floor, Recreation and Wellness Center

Morning beverages and lunch will be provided

All faculty, staff and students are welcome!

Register today!

Please join us for a half-day workshop to be led by Dr. Joi Lewis, CEO and Founder of Joi Unlimited: Where Leadership Meets Life.

Dr. Joi uses the Orange Method (OM) framework, which is grounded in the deep concept of Healing Justice. The Orange Method helps individuals and institutions to transform against the backdrop of oppression-induced trauma by creating boundaries at work, falling in love with self and community again or perhaps for the first time, and developing better access to the healthy expression of grief and pain. This approach is accessible to every human being who truly believes in transformation and liberation, particularly those of us who have been historically left out.

This workshop will:

  • Create a space for those impacted by issues of hate/bias and feeling unwelcome on campus for embracing self-care and resilience.
  • Explore inclusive ways the campus community can radically host itself to build resilience in the face of divisiveness.
  • Build capacity by identifying ways individuals and the campus community can stay strong and connected as we continue to work toward a more welcoming and inclusive campus community and society.

More about Dr. Joi Lewis: Dr. Joi Lewis (Dr. Joi) spent over 20 years as a practitioner-scholar in higher education at a variety of public and private institutions: land grant, selective private, women’s college and regional institutions before starting the firm Joi Unlimited, Coaching and Consulting. Dr. Joi served as Chief Diversity Officer at three different institutions and as Vice President of Student Affairs at two institutions and as Vice Provost and a faculty member. Throughout her tenure in a variety of senior administrator roles, as well as through her scholarship, she has underscored her commitment to ensuring that all people– particularly those who have been historically  underrepresented – have access to the best programs, services, and experiences possible.

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Sponsored by the Campus Climate Engagement Team

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