More than One Route to Inclusion: How Different Demographic Groups Confront Global Underrepresentation

What does diversity and inclusion mean in different countries? Today more than ever, it is important to understand that diversity implies recognizing the differences of each demographic group and their unique dialog and culture.

Join a multicultural panel of speakers as they discuss how effective communication will require a global mindset to ensure that a diversified workforce is nurtured and integrated in order to inspire creativity and ensure innovation.

This ACS Webinar is co-produced with the ACS Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Respect and the ACS Committee on International Activities.

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What You Will Learn

  • What cultural barriers need to come down in order to develop an inclusive culture
  • How can cross-cultural competence be developed and who should be responsible
  • What changes are needed to adopt a global mindset

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Meet the Experts  

Isai T. Urasa
Professor of Chemistry and Director of the Water Resources Research Laboratory, Hampton University (Retired)

Hooi Ling Lee
Associate Professor, School of Chemical Sciences, Universiti Sains, Malaysia

Kabrena Rodda
Senior Scientist, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Sergio Nanita
Chair, Committee on International Activities

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