Microaggressions are daily indignities that happen in conversation and come from intentional of unintentional bias. At the core, they're based on stereotypes. Dr. Monica Smith teaches us how to recognize microaggressions and how to draw attention to them in a non-confrontational way to create access and reduce stereotypes.
The Varsity Blues college admissions scandal garnered a lot of attention because of celebrity involvement, but what does it mean for the admission process at large? W. Kent Barnds gives us a lesson on college admissions, Varsity Blues and the value of education.
Just what does an experimental nuclear physicist do? Nathan Frank gives us a lesson on what it's like to be the first person to discover an exotic nuclei, and how that affects nuclear physics at large.
Can you tell the difference between news and propaganda? Most people can't, especially when information is shared on social media. David Snowball teaches us how to think critically and strategically about information provided through news and social media for the sole purpose of influencing the emotions and beliefs of the people.
Transgender people's voices don't always match their desired gender presentation. How do you help them sound like their true selves when hormones don't affect the voice? That's where Fiona Briggs comes in.
Dr. Monica Smith talks about the residual effects of historical racism, and the need to actively push back against the systems that create unequal access for people of color, women and other minority groups.