EDI Speaker Series: Student Session with Dr. Stephanie Fryberg

Friday, December 3, 2021 11:00 am - 12:00 pm EST (GMT -05:00)

The Psychology EDI Working Group is pleased to announce our first speaker event. On Friday December 3rd, from 11:00am-12:00pm we will be hosting a student-focused session with Professor Stephanie Fryberg. Stephanie will share some remarks on her time as a student and her career path followed by moderated Q&A with questions sent in advance. Stephanie is a member of the Tulalip tribe  (https://www.tulaliptribes-nsn.gov/WhoWeAre/AboutUs) whose research and teaching includes the impact of Native American mascots on Native American children’s self-identity, testifying before the U.S. Senate on Stolen Identities: The impact of racist stereotypes on Indigenous people and working with students in the Naskapi community of Kawawachikamach in Quebec. More information on Stephanie can be found here: https://sites.lsa.umich.edu/culturecollab/people/dr-stephanie-fryberg/

Psychology EDI Speaker Series

Student Session with Stephanie Fryberg

Friday Dec. 3rd, 11:00 am-12:00 pm

On Zoom: 


Meeting ID: 996 7917 9599

Passcode: 519

Find your local number: https://uwaterloo.zoom.us/u/afAzIlUzd

Send questions in advance to senglish@uwaterloo.ca

We will be sending a link to the Zoom conversation with Stephanie in the next few days. If you would like to ask Stephanie a question, please send your question in advance to Sarah English senglish@uwaterloo.ca. Advance questions must be received by Thursday, December 2 at 12:00 noon.

Also, please be sure to join us for Dr. Fryberg’s formal talk in the Psychology Colloquium on Friday, December 3rd at 3:30pm. At the colloquium, Dr. Fryberg will be presenting her research which addresses how social representations of race, culture, and social class influence the development of self, psychological well-being, physical health, and educational attainment. More information on the title and the virtual link for this presentation are forthcoming in the next few days.