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CEAD Conference

*Registration for the 2020 CEAD Conference is closed.*

The conference is FREE for all EOU students, faculty and staff.
Courtesy of EOU Center for Teaching Learning & Assessment, Student Council for Multicultural Affairs and Student Fee Committee 

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$20 for Non-EOU students from other high schools/institutions.  $40 fee for community participants.
The fee includes continental breakfast, lunch, giveaway and a cultural competency certificate.

CEAD POSTER FOR WEBSITE 1

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CONFERENCE GOALS

  • Provide an opportunity for students to learn from others, whose backgrounds, beliefs, and perspectives are different from their own and to gain a broader understanding of differences.
  • Promotes personal growth and skills that encourage critical thinking and transform the challenges of diversity into opportunities.
  • Enable participants to be empowered leaders actively promoting the advantages of diversity.
  • Increase students understanding of power, privilege, biases, and stereotypes and how dimensions impact their interactions and perceptions of diversity.

STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOME

Students will learn about diversity, equity and social justice as well as gain skills that will enable them to be responsible and reflective campus and community leaders as well as advocates for creating a more inclusive campus community.

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To view a recording of the livestream for our keynote speakers, Alex Martinez and Dr. Emily Drew, please follow this link:  https://livestream.com/eou/events/7029405
Click the link to view last year’s CEAD 2019 Program