Triandiflou Institute’s Immediate Impacts
The Triandiflou Institute has already begun to make an impact in changing campus. Among its many activities, the institute has:
- Offered professional development in support of trauma-sensitive and restorative practice to the Bias Prevention and Response team to build positive, productive, collaborative relationships with students.
- Partnered with the El Hindi Center for Dialogue and Action to develop and offer intentional dialogue experiences focused on race and identity to key campus constituents.
- Launched the campus-wide, inaugural Oz Equity Challenge during which 268 Laker participants engaged with asynchronous online modules filled with educational resources and reflection prompts on such topics as social identity, empathy and implicit bias.
- Compiled a listing of holidays and remembrance days related to marginalized and/or diverse identities to create an “Inclusivity Playbook” and comprehensive strategic plan providing the community with educational materials, programming and transformative experiences for each.
- Hosted an open house of its Penfield Library facilities for the campus community.
- Led a panel discussion to explore the life experiences of Lakers of Latin or Hispanic descent.
- Organized a Flags of Meaning panel and discussion related to the Pride flag and the experience of LGBTQIA+ campus members.
Learn more at on the Institute’s webpage.
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