Diversity Fest is just a week-long party from 23 – 27 September bringing pupils and staff together to embrace the variety of y our UNSW community and ignite broader conversations on producing a comprehensive culture, where every person can engage.
The entire system of activities includes inspirational panel talks, music concerts to movie tests, social gatherings and much more. Our minds are available to respect and accept variety within our community while focusing on celebrating what unites all of us.
SUPPORTING WOMEN IN SCIENCE
John B. Reid Theatre, AGSM Building
Monday 23 September, 10:00am – 2:00pm
This seminar will highlight UNSW experts and leaders within their industries talking on the subject of sex equality in STEM, the skill of multitasking, the truth of playing numerous functions in work as well as in life, plus the ways we could support ladies in technology.
Invited speakers will share their individual and journeys that are academic have actually led them to where they truly are today. Following a primary speakers, a panel of UNSW pupils and career that is early will host a Q&A session talking about themes such as for example challenges in each educational phase, balancing work and private life, in addition to future for females pursuing technology professions.
AT THE INTERSECTIONS: PSYCHOLOGICAL STATE AND DIFFERENT POPULATIONS
Monday 23 September, 10:30 – 11:30am
This occasion will feature a few key specialists that will talk to the intersection between diverse populations and psychological state. These specialists who work and/or research within the psychological state area will talk with areas such as for example social and linguistic variety and disability.
They are going to each provide a presentation that is short joining together as being a panel and using market concerns. This occasion guarantees to be thought provoking and invite expression as most of us give consideration to techniques to ideal help and acknowledge unique challenges faced by various communities.
BI TALKS, BI LIFE
23 September, 11:45am – 1:15pm monday
Bisexual Visibility Day happens to be marked internationally on 23 September since 1999 to emphasize biphobia, bi-invisibility, bi-erasure and to help individuals find their bisexual community.
Celebrate the 20 th anniversary of the date compare and contrast outline by hearing the experiences of bi folks from all parts of society. This occasion is a chance for the community that is bisexual people they know and supporters to discover and celebrate bisexual history, community and culture.
OVERSEAS ENGAGEMENT FOR FEMALES IN ACADEMIA (IN AUSTRALIA)
John Goodsell Building
Monday 23 September, 12:00 – 1:00pm
UNSW is Australia’s university that is global has used comprehensive worldwide methods across their training, research and outreach agendas. But as academics coping with a rigorous workload, teaching dedication, restricted money, and challenges of work-life balance, worldwide engagement isn’t as as simple it appears.
The two speakers because of this meal have now been expected to talk about such challenges for scholastic ladies in Australia and provide guidance from their individual views on how they suggest approaching it.
FEAMALES IN STEAM PICTURE EVENT
Foyer, Biosciences Building
Monday 23 September, 2:00 – 3:00 pm
Feamales in STEAM is a photographic journey of females in STEM, with ‘A’ for art placed in to the acronym. This event encourages boffins to look at their globe and communicate their technology through art.
This event is an accompaniment towards the ‘Supporting Women in Science’ seminar held previous your day. Light refreshments may be offered.
EDI Town Hall
Monday 23 September, 2:30 – 3:30pm
You will be invited to become listed on into the discussion on what we can provide a far more inclusive working, teaching and community that is learning everybody else.
Professor Eileen Baldry (Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Equity Diversity & Inclusion) is supposed to be accompanied by pupil lovers therefore the UNSW Diversity Champions to emphasize the Division’s achievements, one of the keys initiatives underway and upcoming intends to help UNSW’s 2025 vision become an exemplar that is international of, diversity and addition.
UNSW MEDICINE DIVERSITY DEBATE
John B. Reid Theatre, AGSM Building
Monday 23 September, 3:30 – 5:00pm
UNSW Medicine is pleased to ask one to the inaugural variety Debate with a distinguished panel of academics, professionals and pupils from over the faculty.
Come and luxuriate in afternoon tea and a lively and entertaining debate about variety and addition in the context of training our next generation of medical practioners and medical researchers.
QUEER DIP, DODGE AND DANCE
UNSW Fitness and Aquatic Centre
23 September, 5:30 – 9:00pm monday
The UNSW Fitness and Aquatic Centre proudly presents the inaugural Queer Dip, Dodge and Dive in collaboration with the UNSW Queer Collective!
This event that is inclusive free entry into the fitness center and pool for the night, usage of a unique Zumba session, use of the Dodgeball competition and free meals will likely be available.
STUDENT MINDS® 2019 MEETING
Tuesday 24 September, 9:45am – 5:00pm
Student Minds® could be the pupil sound on psychological state. Their 2019 Conference, ‘The different Mind: Celebrating Our Differences’, will appear at scholar mental health and well-being through the contacts of LGBTQIA+, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander People, culturally and linguistically diverse teams and folks by having a impairment.
We shall hear from experts and folks due to their own experience that is lived will facilitate possibilities for collaboration. Join us to produce a campus tradition which supports pupils from all backgrounds to flourish. Let’s celebrate our distinctions while keeping our feeling of individuality!
COMPREHENSIVE EDUCATION SHOWCASE
Gallery 1, Scientia Building
Tuesday 24 September, 12:00 – 2:00pm
Inclusive Education comprises techniques that make training and learning more available to all pupils. Its framed by the maxims of Universal Design for Learning UDL that is( to improve the accessibility of tertiary training to a wider populace of pupils. UDL is implemented through different methods, technologies, therefore the co-production of courses with individuals with impairment.
This showcase that is interactive for anyone enthusiastic about the technologies and methods of comprehensive training design to produce training and learning more available to all pupils.
Tuesday 24 September, 12:00 – 2:00pm
UNSW is a gathering location for a myriad of different nationalities, cultures and identities that are ethnocultural. Unified by the iconic barbecue we are taking motivation out of each and every continent to create you a large party of worldwide food! Bring your banner, represent your tradition and revel in a feed that is free.
REFUGEES INTO THE MEDIA: ACCESS AND CONTROL
24 September, 3:30 – 5:00pm tuesday
Refugees and asylum seekers go into the media through various doorways: through the news, to cinema, as well as in numerous non-mainstream channels.
This panel explores these entry points for refugees into the media through presentations on three various kinds of access: indirect access – this involves the representation of refugees and asylum seekers supplied by the news headlines news through journalist reporting, that offers small control from the section of those people who are represented; mediated access – this is the narrative developed around refugees and asylum seekers through documentaries, by which events come together; and direct access – this sees asylum seekers and refugees using the digital digital digital camera in their own personal fingers; right right here, energy is held because of the storytellers. Through the full situation studies presented, the panel will offer you a lens for representation in the various proportions of access and control for refugees within the news.