The Diversity Committee
The Clinical Psychology Program at the University of Kansas seeks to recognize diverse perspectives and experiences of the members of our program, our clients, and the greater community. In pursuing this goal, the faculty, staff, and students strive to enhance the education, training, and impact of the program. We recognize that diversity is an intersection of multiple identities, which includes, but is not limited to: race, ethnicity, gender identity, age, religious affiliation, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, able-bodiedness and physical abilities, family status, marital status, parental status, and national origin. We are committed to ensuring that our program teaches students the importance of conducting research and clinical work in a manner that supports, validates, and respects the multicultural background of all members of the program and the University, our clients, and the community.
Friday, October 13th at 11:45-1:00pm - The KU Dept of Psychology Diversity Committee is excited to present Politickin' through Twin-Pandemics: When Racism Collides with COVID and White People Wanna Be Moderate by Matthew L. Kane, PhD. Please join us in Fraser Hall Room 547 or virtually via ZOOM (Meeting ID 935 1834 3395 Passcode: 436989).
Upcoming Meetings: (All meetings are held at 12:00):
Monday, November 6, 2023
Monday, December 4, 2023
Please join us virtually
Meeting ID: 945 9929 1818 Passcode: 087046
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