Conversations on Diversity, Inclusion and Implicit Bias in a Global World


Conversations on Diversity, Inclusion and Implicit Bias in a Global World

This group was founded to continue the conversation and share resources after our 2011 conference on Diversity and Inclusion in a Global World. We continue the conversation here sharing more resources and exchanging ideas relevant to the topic.

Location: DePaul University, Chicago, IL
Members: 8
Latest Activity: May 20

Slides, Notes & Breakout Summaries Here!

Please see the links below for slides and breakout session summaries submitted by the speakers and facilitators from our April 20th conference!

Breakout Session Notes:


Your Notes From the Lobby Resources Board:


Laura Hertzog's Presentation:



Flip Chart notes from May 4th, 2011 Continued Conversation:



More coming soon!


Discussion Forum

Implicit Bias Matters Conversation, Slides and Resources

Started by Pamela Meyer May 20. 0 Replies

On May 4th,  CAEA was honored to host Dr. Brenda Allen, Vice Chancellor of Diversity and Inclusion at the University of Colorado, Denver for the annual Bertram L. Scott-Elizabeth A. Fender…Continue

What stands out for you from the "Future of Diversity & Inclusion in a Global World" conference?

Started by Pamela Meyer. Last reply by carol semrad Apr 22, 2011. 2 Replies

While the presentations and conversations are fresh in your mind, please share your insights and ideas with your colleagues from the conference. I have attached the first three of our Graphic…Continue

Continuing the Conversation We Started on Nov. 2nd!

Started by Pamela Meyer Nov 3, 2010. 0 Replies

Hello, again, and welcome to all who participated in our lively conversation at DePaul onNov. 2nd and also to those who couldn't be with us in person and arejoining us in this online forum.The…Continue


Started by Pamela Meyer. Last reply by Gillian Steele Oct 20, 2010. 1 Reply

Please take a moment to say, "hello" and share some initial thoughts about the burning issues in diversity and inclusion in a global world and adult learning opportunities in relation to these issues.Continue

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Comment by carol semrad on April 18, 2011 at 9:01am
Looking forward to Wednesday's conference, I know I will learn from all the experts and other attendees. See you then!
Comment by Carol Taylor on November 13, 2010 at 2:20pm
Check the link for a video playlist of Andres Tapia provided by Dirk Tussing, Executive Learning Exchange.

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Kathryn Puckett is now a member of Center to Advance Education for Adults
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