Explore the benefits and limitations of the simulation game BaFa BaFa, used as a foundational experience for use in diversity simulation trainings in counselor education programs. Presenters will share practical tips for implementing such a program as well as outcome data related to cross-cultural counseling competencies.
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
To combat religious intolerance, we must learn about the diverse religious traditions around us, so we can recognize the misrepresentations (intentional and otherwise) that form one of the underlying causes of intolerance. This workshop will help us discover what we know and what we don't about the major religions, and give us some tools to engage the misrepresentations of those religions.
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