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Apr
23
Monday
Apr
23
Mon
Implicit Social Cognition: Understanding StereotypesEducation :: Lecture
Implicit Social Cognition: Understanding Stereotypes
12:00 PM
MSUN Student Union Building (SUB)
Description:
Dr. Pearl Yellowman earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership, a Master’s Degree in Counseling Education and a Doctorate of Education in Educational Leadership from University of Montana, in the Educational Leadership program focusing on the Contributing Factors of the Achievement Gap for Native American students. Pearl resides in Phoenix, AZ. with her family. Pearl’s traditional teachings include the Ho’zho’ which translates into the Navajo Beauty Way.

Dr. Yellowman will be presenting on "Dismantling Harmful Stereotypes and
Rebuilding Healthy Understandings".

This presentation is part of MSU-Northern's Indigenous Education Lecture Series.
Age Group: All Ages
Venue: MSUN Student Union Building (SUB)
Address: 300 13th St W Havre, MT 59501
Phone: 406.265.3713

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