Sept. 17: Diversity and Inclusion presents: Racial Trauma Research

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When Sep 17, 2020
from 12:00 PM to 02:00 PM
Where virtual
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Contact Phone 502-852-7181
Attendees students, faculty, staff, and community partners/members
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Steven D. Kniffley Jr., PsyD MPA ABPP is the Associate Director for the Center for Behavioral Health and an Assistant  Professor in Spalding University’s School of Professional Psychology. Dr. Kniffley's area of expertise is research and clinical work with Black males and the treatment of race based stress and trauma. Dr. Kniffley also serves as an organizational diversity consultant and works with law enforcement departments on addressing conflicts between communities of color and police officers.  Dr. Kniffley has written numerous books, book chapters, and articles on Black male mental health, Black males and the criminal justice system, and academic achievement.

This virtual event will address the topics of equity and inclusion, and what they mean in today's society.  Hosted by the UofL HSC Office of Diversity and Inclusion. 


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+1 502-792-9582  United States, Louisville (Toll)

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