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WISCAPE announces spring speaker series, 'Furthering College Access and Opportunity'

January 26, 2016

WISCAPE series flyerThe Wisconsin Center for the Advancement of Postsecondary Education (WISCAPE) is pleased to announce its inaugural speaker series, titled “Furthering College Access and Opportunity.” The spring 2016 series is co-sponsored by the Center for Academic Excellence, The Network, and the Wisconsin HOPE Lab.

“We’re becoming more intentional and inclusive with our programs,” says Jason Lee, outreach programs manager at WISCAPE. “A series like this, focused around a theme, helps us to better wrestle with big ideas, and inform conversations about some of the most critical issues in higher education.”

“This series will look at college access and opportunity from a variety of perspectives,” continues Lee.

The first event will be a panel on Feb. 4, focused on the fundamental issue of implicit bias in postsecondary education. The panel will consider the underpinnings of implicit bias and introduce both policy and practical attempts to address ‚Äčit.

Below is a full schedule of events, which will take place throughout the spring semester.

  • Panel on Implicit Bias
    February 4, 12-1:30 pm
    Featuring: Angela Byars-Winston, Belinda Gutierrez, Steve Quintana, Jen Schoepke, and Jenn Sheridan
    159 Education, Wisconsin Idea Room

All events are free and open to the public. Visit WISCAPE’s website for more information.

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