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We are excited to announce our summer Diversity and Inclusion series in June and July:
- June – The Difference Between Diversity and Inclusion
- July - Great Minds Think Unalike – How to Build a Gender Intelligent Culture
Please join us to see these back to back programs along our business track!
The Difference Between Diversity and Inclusion
This program will focus on understanding inclusion and diversity in organizations. The program will highlight what inclusion means and how it is different from diversity. We will discuss how inclusion is measured as well as the organizational practices that lead to inclusion and the outcomes (both organizational and individual) that ensue from high inclusion.
During this interactive session, you will learn:
- Why inclusion is important
- How inclusion impacts the organization and individual outcomes
- How inclusion is measured
- About inclusion practices that organizations are using
- How to build inclusion practices into your organization
Beth G. Chung, Ph.D.
B.A., University of California, Berkeley. M.A., & Ph.D., University of Maryland, College Park
Beth Chung is a Professor of Management. She is currently the Director for the Institute on Inclusiveness and Diversity in Organizations (IIDO) and past research director for the Sycuan Institute on Tribal Gaming. She has taught a variety of courses including Organizational Behavior, Leadership and Group Process, Human Resource Management, and Industrial and Organizational Psychology. She has published more than 30 articles/chapters in her areas of research expertise which include diversity and inclusion in organizations, subgroup differences, leadership prototypes and competencies, and services management, (service climate and the interface between employees and customers).
Prior to joining the faculty at SDSU, she was an assistant professor at Cornell University and a consultant for Personnel Decisions International. Dr. Chung has taught executive education around the world and has provided consulting to a number of organizations such as USPS, CSX, and GEICO, in the areas of human resource management, executive assessment, expert witness testimony, and 360-degree feedback. She has chaired a number of committees for the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology including the Committee on Ethnic Minority Affairs (which she also co-founded) and the Membership Committee. She is currently serving on the Editorial Board for the Journal of Organizational Behavior. Dr. Chung has won numerous awards such as Teacher of the Year at Cornell University (1999), SHA Research Award at Cornell University (1999), Faculty Contribution Award at San Diego State University (2006), and Professor of the Year from Pi Beta Phi (2008).
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