Programming Guide

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Webinar  Interview with Derald

Wing Sue

August 30th from 3-4

To register for the free interactive conference call simply go towww.thepracticeinstitute.com, go to the Calendar on the right handside of the page,click on 8/30 and register as a non-member.Should take you 30 seconds.

Managing Generational Diversity in the Workplace

Linda Trompetter, PhD, MTS
Director, NEPDEC
September 13th (1-3pm)
Maternal and Family Health Services

Maternal and Family Health Services is located at 15 Public Square, Suite 600, Wilkes-Barre PA

MFHS parking is located in the Bank Parkade. The parkade is located on the right hand side of Franklin Street, next to Boscov’s parkade. Look for the “Big P sign” and pull into the parkade, then take a ticket from the machine. They are located in the building at 15 Public Square, directly behind the Bank parkade going towards Public Square. Their office is located on the 6th floor.

 

Anyone Can Be An Ally: Speaking Up for an LGBT Inclusive Workplace

Brian McNaught, BA
Educator, Writer, Consultant
October 3, 2012 (3-5pm)
Wilkes University Ballroom
(2nd floor Henry Student Center)

 

Turning Diversity Tension into Diversity Dialogue: Part II

Wednesday, October 10, 2012
12:30-2:00 pm
Webinar: A Seminar That Comes to You

 

Bully

A Documentary Film by Lee Hirsch
Thursday, November 8, 2012
7pm
F. M. Kirby Center, Wilkes-Barre, PA

 

Diversity and Equity in Health Care Delivery

Robert Like, MD, MS
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
2 -5:30 pm
Commonwealth Medical College, TCMC Auditorium

 

Racial Microaggressions in Everyday Life

Derald Wing Sue, PhD
Professor of Psychology and Education
Department of Counseling and Clinical Psychology
Teachers College and the School of Social Work, Columbia University
November 29th 11am-1pm
Webinar: A Seminar That Comes to You

 

Let us pray…or not! Religion and Cultural Competence in the Workplace

James Calderone, EdD, ACSW, LSW
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
9-11 am
King’s College

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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.