In-service trainings on critical campus issues

Colorado Mesa University will host two more campus-wide trainings in its ongoing effort to ensure that faculty, staff and administrators are well versed on critical issues facing our campus community. Last month's training focused on mental health issues and suicide prevention. This month's offerings focus on Title IX and diversity/inclusion.

Tuesday, November 8 

Faculty and staff will learn about Title IX and how it encompasses much more than equity in athletics. The training will also focus on how it may impact day-to-day work life.

Friday, November 11

The third and final training session of the fall semester will focus on Diversity and Inclusion and will feature Nita Mosby Tyler, PhD, Senior Vice President, Human Resources and Chief Inclusion Officer for Children's Hospital Colorado. Mosby Tyler is also the first African American woman to have served as Executive Director of the Office of Human Resources for the City and County of Denver in its 60-year history. She is the founder of The Kaleidoscope Project, a community-based organization designed to increase social and health equity within communities of color.

Both trainings will be held in the University Center Meyer Ballroom, will be 50-minutes in length and begin at 8am (9am on Nov 11), noon and 4pm. 

A recording of the October 26 training presented by Colorado Mesa University's Bob Lang and Kate Simonds is available below:

Q&A with attendees


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