Understanding Intersectionality: A Conversation with AACRAO's Caucus Chairs

September 14, 2021

Free Webinar | 1:00-2:00 PM ET
Intersectionality (noun): the interconnected nature of social categorizations such as race, class, and gender as they apply to a given individual or group, regarded as creating overlapping and interdependent systems of discrimination or disadvantage." Easier defined than understood if you are just learning about the topic. Join AACRAO's Caucus Chairs on a panel on intersectionality, and broaden your understanding in your journey of being an ally.

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Presenters:

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Chris Dorsten

University Registrar, Kent State University

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Tammy Johnson

Dean of Admissions and Enrollment Services, Marshall University

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Laura Remillard

Associate Director of Graduate Admissions, Stanford University

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Tricia Ryan, Ed.D.

Director of Graduate Admissions & Program Evaluations, San José State University

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Bianca Thompson-Owen

Assistant Dean, Enrollment Management & Student Success, Rutgers School of Health Profess.

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Dr. Soraira Urquiza

Registrar, California Institute of the Arts

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