Sloan Inclusive Leadership Workshop Series
The Sloan Inclusive Leadership Workshop Series is supported by grants from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation to Cornell and Purdue Universities. This series is focused on providing current Sloan Scholars and Alumni from the Sloan Indigenous Graduate Partnership (SIGP) and University Centers for Exemplary Mentoring (UCEM) communities with skills and knowledge that will support their development as leaders within academia and beyond.
Each workshop is 90 minutes and is followed by an optional “Real Talk” session during which workshop participants have the opportunity to engage in an informal, closed-door discussion with the workshop facilitators and organizers.
Sloan Scholars and Alumni may register for any workshop of interest to them, as participation in one workshop is not contingent on participation in any of the other workshops.
*These workshops are also open to other invited scholars from the following Sloan UCEM and SIGP affiliated institutions: Cornell, Duke, Georgia Tech, MIT, Montana State, Montana Tech, Penn State, Purdue, SUNY ESF, U of Alaska Anchorage, U of Alaska Fairbanks, U of Arizona, UCSD, UIUC, U of Montana, UNC Asheville, U of Southern Florida.
Spring 2022 Sloan Inclusive Leadership Workshops
What is Emotional Intelligence?
Inclusion and Belonging- We All Want It, How Do We Get It?
Inclusive Leadership Frameworks
Spring 2022 Sloan Inclusive Leadership Real Talk
'Don't push me cuz I'm close to the edge...'
Fall 2022 Workshops
Culture- Power, Awareness, and Humility
Please contact Sara Xayarath Hernandez, Graduate School Associate Dean for Inclusion & Student Engagement, Cornell University at email@example.com.