Global Affairs Students

Sex and power in the workplace — talk about a timely topic. Gain a deeper understanding of inequalities in the labor force in this course dedicated to how gender and sexuality impact professional interactions around the globe.

“Gender identities and relationships are central to social, political, and workplace interactions,” said Dr. Arianna Nowakowski, assistant director of the Global Affairs program. “The ability to understand and successfully navigate these complexities are central to achieving harmony and success.”

This class will introduce students to key issues involving gender, the workplace and beyond, and will provide them with the skills they need to thrive as a global citizen. Learn from Mable Jenkins, an HR leader with more than 30 years of experience in global human resources.

Gender and Social Justice: Sex and Power in a Global Perspective (GS 4130) will be offered Thursdays on campus from 6:00-9:00 p.m. starting January 4, 2018. If you are interested in taking GS 4130, please contact Chris Heriza at to register.

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