REframe Series 2021-2022
Join UNMC Faculty Development for a powerful new series designed to transform how you view the world and inspire actionable change. The REframe Series will offer interactive workshops and development opportunities presented by campus and national experts in the areas of diversity, equity, and inclusion. The series is supported by the Offices of Inclusion and Equity.
This series will provide you with the tools you need to better collaborate, accelerate change and personalize the learning environment for growth. Discover how you can contribute to sustained organizational change for a more equitable future in health science education, no matter where you are in your own learning journey.
Session Descriptions & Registration
The Bias Checklist: A 2-Part Inclusive Pedagogy Workshop (Part 1)
Join us for an interactive 2-Part Inclusive Pedagogy Workshop to meaningfully improve your curricula and learning environments.
In part 1 of this session, you will learn about the impact of bias in healthcare education content and identify the challenges to preventing bias from reaching learners. You will then have the opportunity to examine a portion of your own content for potential biases using the checklist developed by guest speaker Amy Caruso Brown, MD.
Thurs., Aug. 26, 2021, from 2:30 - 4:30PM – Watch Session Recording
The Power of Privilege: How Our Social Identities Shape the World We See
Join us for a fast-paced workshop designed to provide participants with an opportunity to understand the intricacies of privilege and explore how we enjoy privileges based on our social identity groups. During this session led by trained UNMC campus experts, you will critically examine your own complex identities in a safe space while engaging in thoughtful dialogue.
Thurs., Sept. 16 from Noon - 1:00PM – Due to the sensitive nature of this topic, this session was not recorded. If you are interested in having a similar session conducted by trained campus facilitators for a college, department, or unit meeting, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Strategies to Diversify Your Faculty Search
Want to create a more diverse candidate pool? During this session led by Autumn Reed, PhD, you'll discover tangible measures that foster diversity and inclusion throughout the life-cycle of a faculty search. You'll learn to identify field and search specific strategies that disrupt status-quo faculty recruitment processes and practices.
Thurs., Oct. 7 from 11:30AM - 1:00PM – Watch Session Recording
Equity-Minded Faculty Workloads by Design
The unequal distribution of faculty workload is one of the most important, yet least talked about, inequities that shape the experiences of faculty members within colleges and universities. In this session, led by KerryAnn O'Meara, PhD, discover how workload inequities emerge in "discretionary spaces," and the evidence-based policies and practices departments have used to identify inequalities, assess faculty and university needs, and re-design workload with equity in mind.
Thurs., Oct. 14 from 11:30AM - 1:00PM – Register Now
The Bias Checklist: A 2-Part Inclusive Pedagogy Workshop (Part 2)
Take a deeper dive into your course content. Join us for Part 2 of the Inclusive Pedagogy Workshop: Beyond Box Checking and determine if your content works for others. This session will serve as a Q & A to facilitate the use of the Inclusive Curriculum Checklist developed by Dr. Amy Caruso Brown.
Thurs., Dec. 9 from Noon - 1:00PM – Register Now
Combatting Structural Racism in Educational Materials
Content and description under development.
Thurs., Jan. 13 from Noon - 1:00PM – Registration Open Soon
Content and description under development. This session will be led by Kimberly Manning, MD.
Thurs., March 25 from Noon - 1:00PM – Registration Open Soon
Lights, Camera, Action! Using Forum Theater for Bystander Intervention Training
Content and description under development. This interactive session will be led by John Cullen, PhD.
Thurs., June 9 (Time TBD) – Registration Open Soon