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Transforming our fundamental ways of living and being in the world requires learning new information and behaviors. It also requires a shift in our mind-sets and emotions about the subject at hand.” (Excerpt from Everyday Bias: Identifying and Navigating Unconscious Judgements in Our Daily Lives) 

Howard Ross is a lifelong social justice advocate and considered one of the world’s most influential thought leaders on identifying and addressing unconscious bias. Howard has specialized in the synthesis of neuro-cognitive and social science research and direct application regarding Diversity, Inclusion, Equity and Accessibility work. He is the author of

  • ReInventing Diversity: Transforming Organizational Community to Strengthen People, Purpose and Performance
  • Everyday Bias:  Identifying and Navigating Unconscious Judgments in Our Daily Lives
  • Our Search for Belonging:  How Our Need to Connect is Tearing Us Apart

The books, Everyday Bias and Our Search for Belonging, are currently available for purchase at the Campus Store and will be available for purchase at the event as well.

Schedule of Events

8:30am – Hot Breakfast Buffet Opens in Emerson Suites
9:00am – Engaging Communities Presentation in Emerson Suites
10:15am – Book Sale and Signing in North Foyer
11:30am – Dialog Session with Howard Ross in Klingenstien Lounge  

Registration is now open for the Engaging Communities Presentation and the Dialog Session.

Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Katie Sack at or (607) 274-1208. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.

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