Courtney L. McCluney, PhD: The Cost of Code Switching: An Online Workshop
Wednesday April 8th, 2020 @ 1:00pm EST
With Courtney L. McCluney, PhD; Introduction by 2019-20 MIT MLK Visiting Scholar Dr. Tina Opie
What is code switching? How is it used? How does it affect people of color in everyday experiences, both at work and on campus? How do we create environments that allow for authenticity?
Courtney L. McCluney, PhD is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business. She will be an Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior this fall at Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations. Dr. McCluney researches how individuals from marginalized groups experience and navigate workplaces with hopes of creating more diverse, equitable, and inclusive organizations.
This event is Co-Sponsored by ICEO, the Asian Pacific American (APA) Employee Resource Group, and Latino Employee Resource Group.
We invite you to enjoy this online workshop experience and interactive discussion with us. A link will be provided to the live webinar, including a dial-in number and closed captioning options, as the event nears. If you have questions, suggestions, or concerns about accessibility, please reach out to Rachel Ornitz (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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