Exploring Cultural Awareness, Sensitivity and Competence
This workshop/discussion will help us identify misconceptions developed through our lives related to diversity, culture, and cultural competency. Participants will have the opportunity to self-assess, reflect, and learn how to provide a higher level of care and understanding of their peers and students, providing tools that will enrich their preparation to navigate graduate school and for their careers.
This session will not be recorded.
About our speaker:
Diane Zeenny Ghorayeb is originally from Beirut, Lebanon, she lived in France and has been "Re-born in the U.S.A." where she earned her Bachelor's in French Language and Literature and is currently working towards a Masters in International and Intercultural Communication from UMBC.
Diane has shared her experience as an immigrant having lived in many different countries and how being an immigrant has impacted and shaped her personal and professional life.
Correction: An earlier version of this bio incorrectly reported that Diane was working towards her Ph.D.
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