Misogynoir in Education: a Racial Justice in Practice workshop with Dr. Moya Z. Bailey

Join the Center for Racial Justice in welcoming Dr. Moya Z. Bailey, Associate Professor at Northwestern University, founder of the Digital Apothecary, and co-founder of the Black Feminist Health Science Studies Collective for a workshop on misogynoir in education. This workshop invites participants to identify where misogynoir exists in their lives and begin the long processual work of learning how to uproot it.

From Exhaustion to Empowerment: Individual and Organizational Solutions to Address Burnout in Higher Education

Dr. Margaret Sallee will discuss the factors contributing to burnout among higher education faculty and staff and offer individual and organizational solutions to counteract burnout and create environments where all employees can thrive.

"Money Talks": Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

This is part of a monthly series of workshops from the Institute for Research on Women and Gender (IRWG) at the University of Michigan, to promote faculty research. 

We will be discussing why the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), the nation’s largest philanthropy dedicated solely to health, might be of interest to IRWG researchers. In this session, we will briefly introduce the priorities of RWJF and their current and forecasted funding opportunities.

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