Join us for a discussion centered around strategies and mitigation of equity issues faced by campus communities due to inadequate child care and caregiver support. This session will be a continuation of discussion focused on equity issues with respect to child care needs and infrastructure, and caregiver support. This discussion will be inclusive of all members of the community: undergraduate and graduate students, staff and faculty.
In the end, we hope that we all can recognize that our campuses need to uphold care infrastructures that are flexible, and value community members’ values, cultures, gender, ethnicity and diversity so that all members can advance and reach their potential and thereby, enhance the campus to which they belong. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about how inadequate child care support impacts ALL of us and is an essential need for creating a more equitable community.
This event is part of the ADVANCE Midwest Partnership – Joining Forces, a partnership of four research-intensive institutions funded by NSF ADVANCE.