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WEBINAR - No Place 4 H8: Responding to Bias and Hate Incidents in Campus Housing
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 Export to Your Calendar 1/25/2019
When: 1/25/2019
1:00pm
Where: United States

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January 25, 2019 - 1:00 - 2:00pm MST

No Place 4 H8: Responding to Bias and Hate Incidents in Campus Housing

With incidents of bias and hate on the rise on campuses across the country, Housing departments may find themselves in crisis mode trying to identify best practices for how to report and respond quickly, accurately, and appropriately. This session will explore how housing units can use campus values and communications channels to respond with impact and effectively share messages of solidarity and unity. Using recent incidents, attendees will engage in discussion around barriers and identify best practices for crisis response.

ABOUT THE PRESENTER(S):

Laura Giles - Director of University Housing - Colorado State University

Laura has been part of Residence Life and Housing programs for the past 28 years. Throughout her career, she strongly believes in the value of Housing and what students learn by living on campus. Her career started at Northern Arizona University and included pit stops at University of Wisconsin-Madison and University of Massachusetts Amherst before landing at Colorado State University as the Director of University Housing. Each institution and the many colleagues have shaped Laura into the professional she is today. When Laura is not working, she enjoys watching college football, hiking in the mountains, vacationing, scrap booking and puzzling. Her partner of 25 years and her two dogs serve as her home.

Kyle Oldham - Director of Workplace Inclusion and Education - Colorado State University

Dr. Kyle Oldham was born and raised Cincinnati, OH. Over the past 15 years he has gained professional experience in the field of student affairs at across the country, including UMass Amherst where he earned his Doctorate in Social Justice Education. He has been at CSU now for 8 years, where he earned his masters degree, to do the work he is most passionate about, which is working with and for students, specifically guiding students to find their voice, their inner passions and their ability to lead, as the Associate Director of Housing & Dining Services for Diversity, Inclusion, Assessment and Workplace Education. While not at work Kyle’s personal interest include watching movies, reading X-men and Avengers related comic books, doing puzzles, playing in both a kickball and flag football league and living life to the fullest.

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