Please join WiSTEM Pro2 on Thursday, April 11 at 3:30 P.M. in MBSC 222 for a discussion on The Link Connecting Emotional and Multicultural Competence: Advocation for Continued Awareness, presented by Liz Tolliver.
The initial quest was a study of emotional competence and its impact on supervisory relationships. However, what was found was a truly meaningful relationship between emotional and multicultural competencies. Research suggests that high emotional competence is positively correlated to a higher quality of life, as well as deeper, more meaningful connections. Multicultural competency provides a base of understanding, as well as increased awareness of the unknown in those who are not like ourselves. Could it be the intersectionality of emotional and multicultural competence that makes the difference in how we view ourselves, the world around us, and advocating for unity?
3:30 Connect! is a time for networking, leadership training, and discussion of other topics devoted to your professional development. No reservation is needed and all are invited. We hope to see you there.
For more information, visit the WiSTEM Pro2 website.