October 29, 2019
Learn more about intercultural leadership at KSUnite
Submitted by KSUnite Planning Team
According to "Diversity's Promise for Higher Education" by Daryl Smith, originally published in 2009, "People from different backgrounds bring with them different networks, connections, and associations with communities. Although communities can overlap, and people express their identities in many different ways, identity tends to bring with it networks of people. These networks can increase the campus’s social and cultural capital."
As part KSUnite: Moving Forward Together on Wednesday, Nov. 6, two breakout sessions will focus on intercultural leadership.
- "Increasing Our Intercultural Competency: Practical, Personal Steps for Becoming More Inclusive," presented by Olivia Law-DelRosso, instructor of management; and Adam Carr, LGBT Resource Center graduate assistant and Project IMPACT student program coordinator.
- "Leading Across Difference," presented by Aliah Mestrovich Seay, instructor, 4-H Youth Development; and Mac Benevides, doctoral student in leadership communication.
For more information regarding KSUnite, including detailed schedule, speaker biographies and FAQs, visit ksu.edu/KSUnite.