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Dive into a comprehensive overview of Title IX at UT Austin. We will discuss Title IX, UT Austin's sex discrimination policy, mandatory reporting duties for employees, strategies for prevention, interventions, and support available for Title IX related incidents. Event Details
The Disability Studies Awareness Lunch-and-Learn Speaker Series is a monthly event organized by the Texas Center for Disability Studies in partnership with colleges across the University of Texas in an effort to raise awareness, share knowledge, and learn how to incorporate DS into the classroom and UT environment. Event Details
Learn about the components of DEI statements —which are becoming an increasingly integral part of job market materials —and the role of these statements in your applications. This workshop will provide the opportunity to critically reflect on what diversity means to you and how you demonstrate a commitment to diversity, as well as to begin articulating how these values are apparent in your current practice and future goals. Event Details