The PEIC committee strives to foster growth in our understanding of central issues surrounding diversity and creation of inclusive environments.
Doing Research with Underrepresented Groups: A Panel Discussion
with Drs. Elizabeth Votruba-Drzal, Michael W. Dickey, Sophia Choukas-Bradley, & Diana Leyva
Presented by the PEIC Outreach Committee
LRDC, 9th Floor
Pizza will be served
Our panelists come from the Departments of Psychology and Communication Science and Disorders. Their work focuses on populations with diverse range of ability, sexual orientation, gender, racial, ethnic, and social economic backgrounds. At this panel presentation, the panelists will discuss important considerations when recruiting and working with diverse populations. See the flyer here for more details.
Click on a panelists name to learn more about their work:
Undergraduate Open Lab Event
African American Racial Identity Development During the Transition to Adulthood: Gift and "Curse?"
Dr. Enrique Neblett, Professor of Health, Behavior, & Health Education
Hosted by the Department of Psychology Colloquium Series
Dr. Enrique Neblett visited the department from the Detroit Academic-Community Urban Research Center at the University of Michigan and conducted several events throughout the day. You can read more about his work here: Dr. Neblett
Community Lunch and Learn
Hosted by PEIC Education & Training Committee
Conversation orchestrated to gain a better understanding, acceptance, and appreciation of the differences between us that comprise our community in the Psychology Department. The workshop fostered dialogue about equity and inclusion and promoted a greater culture around these issues to help every member of our community feel valued and included.