Thursday, March 09, 2017, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
We often engage in discussions around challenging topics without employing the tenets of effective, intentional, and positive dialogue.
This workshop, presented by Dy'an Marinos from the office of Equity & Inclusion at the University of Cincinnati, offers tips and strategies to participants for facilitating difficult conversations around “hot button” issues. The interactive components of this workshop are designed to enhance understanding of respectful communication, addressing conflict to avoid destructive speech and behavior, and encouraging honest dialogue while remaining civil with classmates and colleagues.
Light bites and wine will be provided from 5:00-5:30, educators are welcome to use this time for networking. Teacher Workshops are FREE for teachers and education students. Space is limited and reservations are required.
Dy’an Marinos is a graduate of University of Cincinnati and mental health counselor licensed in the state of Ohio. She has extensive experience working with underrepresented populations in the mental health, education, and non-profit arenas. This work has garnered several awards including the Asa Hilliard Black Education Scholarship. Dy’an’s research interests include enhancing campus climate, creating culturally responsive learning environments, and increasing diversity and inclusive among students, faculty and staff. She has presented her research on these subjects at local, national and international conferences. Dy’an serves as adjunct faculty at UC and Indiana Tech and is the Program Coordinator for the Office of Equity & Inclusion at UC. With a BS in Criminal Justice and MA in Mental Health Counseling, Dy’an entered doctoral candidacy in the UC Counseling Program in 2016. She expects to receive her Doctorate in Counselor Education in spring, 2017.
Sponsored by The John A. Schroth Family Charitable Trust, PNC Bank, Trustee