Diversity Research Talks
Sexual Bullying: Experiences and Impacts on Young Women
Tuesday, March 27th, 2018
12:00pm-1:00pm in Billings, Room A-109
This event is closed.
Join Dr. Candice Norcott for a discussion about the impact of adolescent sexual bullying experiences in predicting sexual risk-taking in young women. Throughout her career, Dr. Norcott has been committed to trauma-informed and gender-responsive services for girls and women, minority advancement in psychology, and educating on cultural responsiveness in the health field. She is a recipient of a Diversity Research and Small Grants Program grant from the BSD Office of Diversity and Inclusion.
Snacks and beverages will be provided.
Past Diversity Dialogues
(Former name to Diversity Research Talks)
The office of Diversity and Inclusion has held a number of Diversity Dialogue events. This page lists previous Diversity Dialogues. See below for more details.
Dr. Shellie Williams, “Cultural Diversity in Caregivers End of Life Decision Making for Individuals with Advanced Dementia”
Dr. Shellie Williams is Assistant Professor of Medicine in the Section of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine. She practices both Geriatric Medicine and Palliative Medicine in the hospital, clinic, longitudinal care and home settings. Dr. Williams’ talk will address the cultural complexities involved in making end of life decision for individuals with advanced dementia.