Global Awareness-DEI: Bystander Intervention

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Presented by Michelle Allen. Bystander behavior has been the focus of social psychological research for over four decades. Originally developed to reduce the incidence of sexual assault and sexual violence on college campuses, the bystander model is now also used for noticing and intervening with harassing behaviors related to microaggressions, bullying, and discrimination of all kinds. Participants will learn about types of intervention and explore potential barriers to action. 

**Important Information about summer CTL events: All summer CTL workshops are currently planned as in-person events only, but this may change, depending on COVID numbers. Some events may also have a Zoom link, but CTL points are not awarded for Zoom participation unless there is no in-person option.

Registration is required for in-person attendance only. You are always welcome to show up to CTL events without registering, but we ask that if food is being served, you wait until all registered participants have gotten their food before serving yourself.

Because of the nature of this presentation, this workshop will not have a live stream option available.

Tuesday, July 26 at 9:00am to 10:30am

Lister Hill Library of the Health Sciences, LHL 411 - CTL Classroom
1700 University Blvd, Birmingham, AL 35233

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Diversity & Inclusion

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Faculty & Staff

Center for Teaching & Learning, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
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