Associate Professor Danielle Bessett's research may reveal a surprisingly stronger-than-expected influence from TV reality shows and other media on pregnant women’s perception and management of their pregnancy and childbirth –– possibly impacting more highly educated consumers.
Dr. Kathy Obear has over 30 years of experience as an organizational development consultant and trainer specializing in creating inclusion, team and organizational effectiveness, conflict resolution, and change management
We often engage in discussions around challenging topics without employing the tenets of effective, intentional, and positive dialogue. This workshop is considered fundamental for enhancing cross-cultural communication skills; offering tips and strategies to participants for facilitating difficult conversations around “hot button” issues.
Through this interactive workshop, participants will learn to view intercultural challenges holistically, identify contextual factors beyond mere cultural differences, and develop effective strategies for resolving intercultural situations. This session is designed to follow the Informed Discussions and Microaggressions in Academia; representing level 3 of our workshops covering courageous conversations.
Dr. Hincapie is a Latina Assistant Professor interested in health outcomes & services research with an emphasis in quality, safety & informatics. She is involved in capacity building projects in support of health research in Latin America and was recently named part of the 2018 NACDS Faculty Scholar Class