Panel discussion on “subtle” discrimination

Date:
Tuesday, October 1, 2019 -
3:00pm to 4:00pm
Location:
101 Peretsman Scully Hall

Hosted by: brainWAVES (Womxn Advocating Visibility and Equity in Science)

Panelists: Susan Fiske (faculty), Roni Porat (postdoc), Lili Cai (grad student)

Summary: “Subtle” discrimination, as opposed to overt discrimination, includes any form of discrimination that is more implicit, ambiguous, or ambivalent. The panel will discuss “subtle” discrimination from the perspective of personal experiences and possible solutions.

Mission Statement: brainWAVES is building an equitable professional experience in the Department of Psychology and the Princeton Neuroscience Institute by providing a platform and safe community to discuss the occupational challenges faced by womxn*, educating about strategies to eliminate gender-based disadvantages, and ensuring that everyone has knowledge of, and access to, resources for responding to misconduct.

* womxn: used, especially in intersectional feminism, to be explicitly inclusive of trans and nonbinary women and women of color.

Interested in more information or would like to be involved? Contact brainwaves@princeton.edu

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