The 2020 Fall Collaboration Meeting will be conducted virtually, from Sept. 14 - 25, 2020.
Parallel sessions will be held the first week, Sept. 14 - 18.
Plenary sessions will be held the second week, Sept. 21 - 25.
A virtual banquet will be held Friday, Sept. 25 @11am CDT.
LGBTQ+ Community & Allies Virtual Lunch: Monday, September 21 @12:00-13:00 CDT
Join us for an informal, virtual lunch/dinner/midnight snack to mingle with members and supporters of the LGBTQ+ community in IceCube! All gender and sexual identities are welcome! Zoom information available in the Timetable.
Women's Meetup: Tuesday, September 22 @12:00-13:30 CDT
On Tuesday, Septmeber 22, we're hosting a women's meetup (closed event). Please register here to join. Zoom information will be sent out ahead of the meeting.
Social Justice Workshop: Wednesday, September 23 @12:00-13:30 CDT
All are welcome to attend virtually on Wednesday, September 23 from 12-1:30pm CDT but advanced registration is required.
Advocating for Inclusive Communities and Exploring Systems of Power: A Social Justice Workshop
What does an inclusive community look like? How can we grow our capacity to create change and advocate for others within our work? This workshop will offer participants the opportunity for a greater understanding of their own positionality and connection to systems of power and privilege by exploring what an inclusive community can look like at work and how individuals can incorporate principles of social justice into their daily practice.
This workshop will be led by Caitlyn LoMonte, the Program Director of Social Education Programs for the Office of Inclusion Education at UW–Madison.
Caitlyn LoMonte (she/her/hers) serves as the Program Director of Social Education Programs for the Office of Inclusion Education. Caitlyn earned her Bachelor of Arts in Women’s Studies and Bachelor of Science in Advertising from the University of Florida where she was a Machen Florida Opportunity Scholar. She served as an AmeriCorps VISTA at the University of Florida providing resources, support, and outreach to first generation college students and high risk high school students in the Gainesville, FL community before moving to Chicago, IL to pursue a Master of Arts in Women’s and Gender Studies from DePaul University. Caitlyn is passionate about social change, education, empowerment and building a more inclusive campus together.