Diversity Workshops

October 2021

Ford Fellowship Working Groups: Applying to the Ford Foundation Pre-doctoral & Dissertation Fellowships

Date/time:         Wed October 6, 2021      12:00 pm - 1:30 pm        

Location:             Graduate Center Gibeling Room 1220 Walker Hall             

Description:      

Gather to view a recent presentation from a UCD Ford Fellowship recipient and to form applicant working groups to support one another in the applicant process.

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Budgeting for Graduate School With Financial Consultant

Date/time:         Tues October 12, 2021    12:00 pm - 1:00 pm        

Location:             Graduate Center Gibeling Room 1220 Walker Hall

Description:

Learn from Aggie alumna and financial consultant, Amber Berry how to manage your graduate student finances. https://feelgoodfinances.com/about/  https://alumni.ucdavis.edu/news/shining-light-emotions-money

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Gathering: First Gen Grad Students and Students of Color

Date/time:         Mon October 18, 2021   12:00 pm - 1:00 pm        

Location:             Graduate Center Gibeling Room 1220 Walker Hall             

Description:       Gather with Graduate Studies’ Diversity Officer hosts to network and build a community with grad students from across campus.   

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Mentoring Matters: How Grad Students of Color Experience and Secure Mentorship

Date/time:         Thurs October 21, 2021                  1:00 pm - 2:30 pm          

Location:             Graduate Center Gibeling Room 1220 Walker Hall             

Description:       Dialogue about strategies to secure mentorship for First Gen and Students of Color.         

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February 2022

Graduate School Hidden Curriculum: First Gens & Students of Color, What You Need to Know (Graduate Student Panel)

Date/time:         Tues February 15, 2022                  12:00 pm -1:00 pm         

Location:             Graduate Center Gibeling Room 1220 Walker Hall             

Description:      

Join the dialogue about hidden curriculum and learn from advanced graduate students’ information that may be assumed to be known, but now revealed.            

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April 2022

“You Talk Funny”: Code Switching to Sustain Family Relationships

Date/time:         Tuesday April 19, 2022                   12:00 pm - 1:00 pm        

Location:             Graduate Center Gibeling Room 1220 Walker Hall             

Description:       First Gen and Students of Color often face having to adjust how they communicate with family as they become academics. Meet to dialogue with Drs. Jacob Hibel (Sociology) and Josephine Moreno (Grad Studies) about code switching to sustain family relationships.   

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May 2022

2nd Annual Graduate Antiracism Symposium

Date/time:         TBD (tentatively May 5, 2022)      

Location:             TBD (virtual)           

Description:

The Graduate Anti-Racism Symposium at UC Davis seeks to highlight best practices in anti-racist approaches to graduate education.  Faculty, staff, graduate students (who have participated on student DEI committees) and postdoctoral scholars are invited to submit proposals for presenter-led sessions on novel anti-racist initiatives to graduate education.

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