In the next several weeks, there will be multiple events emphasizing the importance of being an active bystander.  Active bystanders are those who support diversity and inclusion, and help to interrupt the cycle of unconscious bias.  Please see below for a workshop and training session that will help to teach people how to be an active bystander through interactive theater, facilitated by Maureen Scully and True Story Theater. 

Bystander Awareness Education Workshop

November 3, 2016
Center for Student Development (CSD) - 1300/1310
9:30 AM – 11:30 AM 

There will be a workshop on November 3rd available to all faculty, staff, and students that will address the ways to respond to concerning behavior or circumstances.  An interactive approach, known as playback, will be used to bring the practice of being an active bystander to a new level by reflecting on a variety of bystander moves, practicing ways to make a difference, and make one encounter his or her reluctance to be an active bystander. 

Please visit the Wallace Center by clicking here to register by October 31 at 5:00 PM.  Register now as seating is limited.