February 13 & 14, 2018
The university is coming together for the fourth consecutive year to reflect on our shared values and how we can build an even stronger commitment to diversity and inclusion.
ERIC P. NEWMAN EDUCATION CENTER
Welcome and Introduction
Welcome by Chancellor Mark S. Wrighton and introduction by David H. Perlmutter, MD, Executive Vice Chancellor for Medical Affairs and Dean, School of Medicine
Keynote Address: Meg Jay
|7–8 p.m.||Reception and Book Signing|
clark-fox forum, HILLMAN HALL; and goldfarb HALL meeting rooms
Chancellor Mark S. Wrighton; Mary M. McKay, Dean, Brown School; and Lori S. White, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
Opening Session: Humans of St. Louis
A behind-the-scenes look at an innovative project that aims to amplify the voices of the people of St. Louis, one photo and story at a time.
Facilitated by Lindy Drew, Co-founder and Lead Storyteller, Humans of St. Louis
Humans of St. Louis (HOSTL) has shared over 1,600 stories, inspired over 94,000 followers, sparked dialogue, facilitated civic engagement and connected viewers to local needs, causes and volunteer opportunities.
HOSTL’s mission is to leverage visual-virtual storytelling through organic interviews and photography that highlights local needs, issues and experiences from people in the St. Louis community and to share these photostories with a broader audience to promote social good and community development. The work aims to amplify the voices of the people of St. Louis, one photo and story at a time.
Plenary Session I
|11 a.m.–12 p.m.|
Plenary Session II
|12–1 p.m.||Lunch and Poster Session|
Engagement Session I
Engagement Session II
Plenary Session III: Report from the Commission on Diversity and Inclusion
Introduction by Denise DeCou, Director, Diversity and Inclusion/Content Development and Program Delivery, and facilitated by Adrienne Davis, Vice Provost and William M. Van Cleve Professor of Law
Closing Reflection and Charge
Lori S. White, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs, Professor of Practice of Education
Related event: “The Psychology of Mindset and Resilience” with Timothy Bono, Wednesday, Feb. 14, noon, Medical Campus