Every Thursday Weeks 1-10 | 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM | Leo Block Alumni Center (LBAC) Conference Room
Is professionalism a normative construct? How do I deal with wage inequality? Why do I feel pressure to hide my marginalized identity at work? If you’ve asked these and similar questions, this group is for you. “Disrupting Career” is an informal discussion group open to the DU community focusing on topics relating to social justice, intersectional identities, economic uncertainty, and other “big issues” as they intersect with career development and life after graduation. Come chat with us, find solidarity, or just share what’s going on in your life as it relates to what comes next after DU. Open to students and DU community members from any major or field of study; you are welcome to join at any point during the quarter.
For more information visit: https://portfolio.du.edu/kinselman/page/73174
New this quarter:
On February 21st we will be hosting our first-ever faculty guest speaker, Dr. Nancy Reichman from the Department of Sociology. Her talk will focus on women’s economic opportunity. To register for that session please visit: https://du.12twenty.com/Events#/events/30006101036630 Registration is not required for any “Disrupting Career” event, but it is highly encouraged for our faculty guest speaker event as registration helps us ensure that we will have enough space for all to sit.