Wednesday, April 20, 4-5 pm (followed by dinner)
Open to all graduate students
Join us for a panel discussion to facilitate better understanding of the reporting process and options available to students experiencing forms of bias, discrimination, harassment and sexual misconduct. This will be a conversation-focused event, with a walk-through of various hypothetical situations to provide clarity on issues including confidentiality and privacy, formal processes and alternate resolutions, agency that students have in the process, among others. Dinner and a space for discussion will be provided following the panel. The panelists will be:
Cheri Burgess, Director for Institutional Equity and Equal Employment Opportunity
Jackie Deitch-Stackhouse, Director of SHARE (Sexual Harassment/Assault Advising, Resources and Education)
Regan Crotty, Director of Gender Equity and Title IX Administration
Hosted by the Women in STEM Leadership Council in collaboration with the Access, Diversity and Inclusion team, SHARE, the Office of the Provost and the Office of Gender Equity and Title IX Administration
Please join us for an open discussion on university and departmental efforts to address systemic racism and broader issues of equity and inclusion.
A workshop hosted by the Women in STEM Leadership Council on responding to systemic racism led by Shawn Maxam, the Senior Associate Director For Institutional Diversity and Inclusion at Princeton University.
WSTEM (Women in STEM Leadership Council) and MAVRIC (Men’s Allied Voices for Respectful and Inclusive Communities) co-facilitated a discussion about The Mask You Live In and its implications for creating a safe, healthy environment for all genders at Princeton.
Discussion questions included: What about the film resonates with our experiences, and what surprised us? How do we continue to perpetuate restrictive concepts of masculinity in the classroom, research lab, and club/sports environments? What actions can we take to promote less restrictive gender identity norms on campus?
The Princeton Women in STEM (WSTEM) Leadership Council hosted a virtual Self-Defense Workshop for graduate students to practice physical / verbal assertiveness and boundary setting. The workshop’s goal was to empower students with physical, mental, and verbal self-defense strategies, including socially acceptable self-defense strategies, navigating power dynamics in academic/workplace settings, and disabling techniques derived from jujitsu. The course was taught by Self Defense Instructor, Anika Sproull.
The Princeton Women in STEM Leadership Council hosted Professional Networking Event for Graduate Women to develop mentorship networks for graduate women in STEM! The goal of the event was to introduce graduate women to female faculty and postdocs in their department and other STEM departments, highlighting women at higher levels of academia in STEM fields that could provide graduate school advice and possibly serve as mentors.