2015 Fall

Robin DiAngelo, Ph.D.
What Does It Mean to be White? Developing White Racial Literacy
Thursday, September 17, TCMC 10am-12pm   Classroom 3083 in the Main building at 525 Pine Street.

Thursday, September 17th Wilkes 1:30-3:00 Henry Student Center Miller room (second floor)

Thursday, September 17,  Misericordia University 5pm-7pm (MU faculty only)

Thursday, September 17, Misericordia University  7:30-9pm   Insalaco 218

 

Rabbi Larry Kaplan, Temple Israel, Wilkes-Barre

James M. Calderone, EdD, OFM, Misericordia University
Ibrahim M. Almeky, MD,  Medical Center of Northeastern Pennsylvania
Similarities and Differences in the Abrahamic Religious Traditions:
Judaism, Christianity, & Islam

Tuesday, October 6,  LCCC 11am-12pm   ECC (Educational Conference Center)  Small Auditorium

 

Michael A. Bronski
You Can Tell Just by Looking and 20 Other Myths about LGBT Life and People
Wednesday October 21st  LCCC 10:30am-12:00pm “Transgender 101” Educational Conference Center Large Auditorium

Wednesday October 21st Wilkes 5pm-7pm Brieseth Hall 106

Thursday,October 22nd PSU W-B 12pm-1pm Academic Commons Room 103

Thursday, October 22nd Misericordia 2-3:15  Presentation on newest book “Considering Hate” Anderson Center room 226

Thursday October 22nd 5pm-7pm  TCMC Room 3073

 

Regina A. Lewis, PhD (Regina will be here Nov. 5 and 6)

Regina A. Lewis, PhD
Unpacking Social Class
Thursday, November 5, Abington Heights 8:30am-10:40am

Thursday, November 5, PSU-Worthington  12:00pm-1:30pm  Cafe Conference Room SLC

Thursday, November 5th, Misericordia University  2:15-3:15 Health Science Building(Lake Street) room 109

Thursday, November 5, Kings College  5-6:30pm     3rd Floor of the Sheehy Farmer Campus Walsh Room

Regina Lewis

Childhood Poverty: Is There Any Hope?  A Program Co-sponsored by NEPDEC and United Way of Wyoming Valley

Friday, November 6, 8:30 am-10:30am LCCC ECC Auditorium

Unpacking Social Class

Friday November 6, 11:00am-12pm  W-B Area Solomon Plains Gymnasium

Friday,  November 6, PSU Hazelton 1:30pm-3pm Kostos Building 1 lower level

Spring 2016 Teaser…
Yolanda T. Moses, PhD

Webinar Wednesday Jan 13th 2pm


About

NEPDEC’s mission is to create a more inclusive, dynamic culture in our region and to prepare for increasingly complex and diverse communities and workplaces. To achieve these goals, we:
* provide educational programming/consultation,
* support member’s diversity initiatives,
* organize networking and social events for relaxed interaction and sharing, and
* build alliances among historically isolated groups.

Through cooperation, we address regional diversity issues with greater impact and economies of scale.