Preventing and Responding to Hate/Bias/Climate Concerns
The Role of Restorative Practices
We live in challenging times where reports of incivility are an everyday phenomenon. Traditional responses have proved ineffective at changing hearts and minds. Restorative Practices have been used successfully at UMBC and in other settings to enable ALL involved parties to come to the table for a rich dialogue that heals relationships and repairs harm.
In this 1-hour session, you will learn restorative theories, principles, and practices to transform how we prevent and respond to hate/bias/climate concerns at UMBC. This session is open to all UMBC faculty, students and staff.
This workshop will be co-facilitated by Jeff Cullen, Director, Student Judicial Programs, Davonya Hall, Associate Director, Student Judicial Programs and Lauren Mauriello, Assistant Director, Residential Life.
Space is limited! Please register by September 26th.
If you register for a workshop and your attendance plans change or a workshop fills and you would like to be added to the wait list, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please arrive early so we can begin promptly at 12:00 p.m.