This webinar on implicit bias helps college and university campuses reduce the negative impacts of implicit bias on students, faculty, and staff.
The webinar is presented by Dr. Rita Cameron Wedding and was filmed on March 7, 2018 during a live workshop produced by the Construction Center of Excellence and the Center of Excellence for Marine Manufacturing and Technology.
Rita Cameron Wedding, Ph.D. is a professor of Women’s Studies and Ethnic Studies at Sacramento State University in California. Dr. Cameron Wedding’s curriculum Implicit Bias: Impact on Decision-Making, has been used to train judges, public defenders, practitioners in child welfare, juvenile justice, law enforcement and education in jurisdictions throughout the country since 2005.
In 2017, her curriculum on implicit bias will be incorporated into the police de-escalation curriculum for Fight Crime Invest In Kids and used to train over 5000 in-service and academy officers in the U.S.
In this webinar you'll learn:
The scientific origins of implicit bias and its pervasiveness in our culture
How implicit bias negatively impacts people of all backgrounds
How to address implicit bias more effectively
When you register for the webinar, you’ll also receive Dr. Cameron Wedding’s guide, “How Does Implicit Bias Work Against Diversity and Inclusion Efforts on College and University Campuses” which contains 26 tips and strategies for addressing implicit bias, plus a 30-minute seminar reviewing the guide.