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Upcoming workshops from UC's office of Equity & Inclusion

Equal Opportunity at UC: Anti-Harassment/Non-Discrimination- Level 1

10-11:30 a.m., Dec. 11, Langsam Library Room 462
Presenter: Matt Olovson

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Matt Olovson, Executive Director of Equal Opportunity & Access

This 90-minute seminar, facilitated by the Office of Equal Opportunity & Access, provides foundational information on University of Cincinnati policy, expectations and procedures for ensuring equity and inclusion across the campus community. 

Presenters will discuss best practices for culturally aware campus engagement, individual and institutional responsibilities in the prevention and remediation of prohibited conduct, and campus resources administering institutional nondiscrimination and anti-harassment policy. 

Designed to facilitate dialogue and participant engagement, this session discusses efforts by the university to prevent and re-mediate prohibited conduct, providing strategies for building and maintaining inclusive living, learning and working environments at UC.

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Inclusion Advocacy In Support of Equitable Hiring Processes

9:30-11 a.m., Dec. 13, Langsam Library Room 462z
Presenter: Matt Olovson

This 90-minute seminar, facilitated by the Office of Equal Opportunity & Access, is designed to empower and engage the UC community in efforts ensuring equal employment opportunity and good faith, affirmative action practices diversifying the University workforce. 

Providing attendees with foundational policy information and compliance requirements, this session prepares search committee members, hiring units and leadership to recruit strategically, equitably assess validated qualifications, structure fair hiring processes and champion workforce diversity across the organization. 

This program is designed to supplement, not replace, OEOA search committee consultations, particularly for individuals desiring to better advocate for inclusive employment practices at UC. 

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If you require an accommodation or other assistance to participate in these programs, please notify Huda Kebede in the Office of Equal Opportunity & Access at 556-5503 or kebedeh@ucmail.uc.edu in advance of the workshop. 

Be sure to keep up to date with events from the Division of Equity, Inclusion & Community impact on the new calendar found on our website. Included in the calendar are religious observances along with upcoming workshops and events associated with diversity and inclusion. 

View Events and Observances Calendar

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