Join us for a conversation to close out Sexual Assault Awareness Month and to learn what’s on the horizon as the Office continues its formation through 2021. Share your hopes for the community prevention and response as OGE seeks the input and partnership of students, faculty, staff, and organizations in our shared pursuit of gender equity.
This second session in a two-part series emphasizes a shared understanding of the relationship between community climate and gender inclusivity. Participants will be invited to engage in scenario-based discussions focused on psychological safety, and draw on current academic literature to cultivate inclusive organizational practices for groups ranging from student organizations to professional offices.
Join the Office for Gender Equity and community partners for an interactive discussion on the Office’s strategic efforts to engage, educate, and empower community members in areas including bystander intervention, gender diversity and LGBTQ+ inclusivity, and the role of community climate in preventing harm. Come with ideas for how OGE can improve engagement and outreach to your community!
This interactive workshop introduces audiences to best practices and strategies to promote gender diversity and inclusivity in our classrooms, workplaces, and organizations. Participants will be invited to share from their own experiences, become familiar with LGBTQ+ inclusive terminology, and integrate recommendations for supporting colleagues, students, and stakeholders across the Harvard community.
In honor of International Women’s Day (IWD) 2021, ANHW Austin cordially invites you to join us in this open panel discussion that features five outstanding Harvard women, each in a different industry and position of leadership, and each with unique perspectives and experiences of what it is like being a woman in their respective industries – legal, architecture, mathematical biology, technology & entrepreneurship, communications & marketing. Join us for this open panel discussion to draw upon the institutional knowledge of female leaders from diverse...