I-DIEM Hosts Weekly “Student Voices Series” For Diverse Student Groups in EM/HS Programs
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR EACH SESSION! Click the link below to register and you will receive a Zoom link to attend. Our next session will be held on March 11, 2021 from 2-3 pm EST!
The Institute for Diversity and Inclusion in Emergency Management’s “Student Voices Sessions” are a collective approach to capturing themes from diverse student groups including students of color, women, LGTBQ, and individuals with disabilities that often have a challenging time in academic institutions. Inspired by student testimonials related to diversity, equity, and inclusion in emergency management, the Student Voices Sessions offer a platform to capture themes and influence change that encourages diverse and inclusive leadership in emergency management. It is the student perspective, centered on the need for intentional diversity and representation in all forms, that will be highlighted through this series. Each perspective will serve as a resource, in addition to known data, to outline solutions that better support diverse students and their journey to academic success in emergency management and homeland security-related career fields. This series will consist of four sessions:
February 18: Identifying Needs of Diverse Students in EM/HS Programs
February 25: Defining Student Experiences in EM/HS Programs
March 4: Supporting Students: Identifying Solutions for Barriers to Student Success
March 11: Collaborative Learning: Bridging the Gaps Between Academicians and Students