Applying to, and succeeding in, grad school is a challenge under the best circumstances. Among the challenges are navigating the often-unspoken rules and norms of how to be an ideal candidate and student. When you add racism and sexism, both implicit and explicit, to the mix it’s even harder. Join us for a Zoom panel on Tuesday, March 16 from 6-7:30 p.m., and learn from the journeys and advice of women of color who are professors, practicing professionals, and students in academia, law, counseling, consulting and medicine.
Alyssa Cole: Medical student at OHSU
Karin Garber, PhD, LP: Organizational Consultant and small business owner: Karin Garber PhD, LLC and former therapist.
Sabrina Legaspi: Graduate student in Psychological Research at San Francisco State University
Chloe Tanega: Graduate student in Counseling at Boston College
Janet Steverson, JD: Douglas K. Newell Professor of Teaching Excellence at Lewis & Clark Law School
Ruth Zúñiga, PhD: Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology and Director of Sabiduría: Latinx Psychology Emphasis at Pacific University
Sarina Saturn, PhD: Associate Professor of Psychological Sciences and Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies at University of Portland
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