Monday, November 8, 2021
SNA November General Body Meeting Time: 12:30pm - 1:30pm Locations: Online Details:
SNA November General Body Meeting: Members will be presented information regarding SNA board members, structure of SNA/NSNA, SNA/NSNA core values, upcoming point opportunities to include community/volunteer events, as well as host guest speakers/panelists.
Facebook Live: Exploring Research That Serves Native American Community Health Time: 2:30pm - 3:30pm Locations: Online Details:
Join Dr. Teresa Brockie, assistant professor and her research team as they discuss Little Holy One, her research intervention currently under way in Montana, and more research being conducted at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing in service to Native American communities.
View the event on Facebook: https://fb.me/e/1YXyIVyXj
Dr. Teresa Brockie, Assistant Professor
Adriann Ricker, research associate and PhD student at the University of North Dakota
Deborah Wilson, JHSON PhD student
Katie Nelson, JHSON PhD student
Ellie Decker, Senior Research Program Coordinator
Weekly Workshop: Interview Tips for DNP Executive and PhD Students Time: 3:00pm - 4:00pm Locations: Online Details: Join Laura Panozzo, Assistant Director for DNP Executive and PhD Recruitment to learn tips on how to walk into your admissions interview with confidence. All DNP Executive and PhD programs will be covered and registration is required.
Unpacking Privilege/Unlocking Justice Time: 4:00pm - 5:30pm Locations: SON Details:
Postponed to Spring Semester
Unpacking Privilege/Unlocking Justice
Monday, November 8, 4 – 5:30 p.m., N231 RSVP
This 90 minute interactive workshop will highlight the ways in which we all enjoy privilege based on being members of social and personal identity groups. The goal of the workshop is to identify specific ways we can use our privilege to create a more just and caring world where each person is treated with the respect and dignity they deserve. Participants will:
- Learn and examine the definitions of privilege, identity, and social justice
- Illuminate their own privilege as individuals
- Discuss ways in which they can use their privilege in their personal and professional lives to help create a just and caring world
This session will be led by Dr. Krystal Lee - Krystal Lee, Ed.D. (she/her) is an educator and curriculum development specialist who finds fulfillment in using her unique combination of skills to create value. She believes the purpose of education is to prepare individuals to critically analyze the world, see themselves capable of making positive change and feel motivated to take action. Her goal is to help learners to develop the knowledge and skills required to make the change they wish to see in their work, their communities and the world.
Please RSVP:https://nursingjhu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_22WVyClOtavaLUG, Grab and go food will be provided for those who RSVP.
Megan R. Barrett | Director of Student Affairs