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EVERF! UF FLORIDA You Have a New Assignme University, of Florida Dea i We are thrilled to have each,of you at the University of Florida and value your contributions to our Gator family. We'\know you are here because you want to better yourself and make a positwe impact on the worid. At UF, we are dedicated to setting you up for greatér success both as a student and as a member of the community beyond college. As such, the University of Florida has partnered with EVEREI, whose mission is to help students at higher education institutions acrass the country develop critical life skills, including areas related to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Now, more than ever, itis critical that we reflect,Gn how each of us can work to create an environment that models respect, equity, and inclusion. We are all responsible to ensure thatour Gator Nation allows everyone to succeed and show up fully to de-their best. Hate, bias, discrimination, and racism have no place at the University of Florida ee ee Te help us develop the knowledge, skills, and abilities to create a welcoming community and address bias, all students, faculty, and staff are engaging in educational efforts, as directed by President Kent Fuchs antiracism.ufl.edu). This EVERFI training course, “Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for Students”, which provides an introduction to a variety of topics, will help you to: Reflect on elements of your own identity, including identity conflicts, managing multiple identities, while also exploring how external factors influence identity, and the negative impact of assumptions and stereotypes. Develop a greater awareness of our biases. and how to respond to bias attitudes and behaviors Explore your role in creating inclusive, respectful communities, and learn about skills including self-care, active listening, and effective allyship. You will receive access to the training course on. January 25, 2021, and the education should be completed by April 12021 Thank you for your support in maintaining.a safe, supportive, and inclusive community at UF! Sincerely, Dr. D’Andra Mull, Vice President for Student Affairs Technical Info: Work at your own pace from any computer or tablet Courses will Save your progress if you need to stop and return later Courses are best supported by the latest versions of Chrome (preferred), Firefox, and Safari, or Microsoft Edge Need more help? Contact EVERFI’s tech support using “Help” within the course or by visiting support.everfi.com How Identities Overlap eG ‘As human beings we try to make sense of the world by putting things and people in categories, but the identities that overlap, ‘are what truly define each person's experience and makes it unique. The labels we pick to describe ourselves may fall uncer one of many different categories. Explore the following examples of these categories and what labels may fall under each one. Relational Identities e “This category includes how we relate to others, and how we refresh and rejuvenate ourselves. It includes identities related to: + Family, parental, or marital status + Habits ‘+ Your generation ++ Personal behavior > Cognitive Identities > Physical Identities > Values-based Identities > Societal Identities > Occupational Identities Fientes Identity Transitions. ‘An Identity transition descr from a particular central cer Identity Cor identities). It's important to understand people can experience posit identity transitions, Compassio: José’s Story - October ra Watch José’s story and decide how you think his friends should respond. Feel free to explore different answers to see how the outcome changes. i |. ecg tau 5 ee José’s Story - October rs Watch José’s story and deciai think his friends should respot to explore different answers t9 the outcome changes. YA Peng preteen i i i a ss bi O Tell José to share his perspective with Jeff Pee José’s Story - October Ps Watch José’s story and decide how you think his friends should respond, Feel free to explore different answers to see how the outcome changes. How should Rae and Madison re: comment? Select your answer choice and then pi what happens. O Tell José to shag ee José’s Story - October rs Watch José’s story and decid think his friends should respot to explore different answers t the outcome changes. ry ba SY , Ar eis Pe ee) d Rae and Madison respond to Jeff's it? 4 your answer cholce and then press the video play button to find out what happens. O Tell José to share his perspective with Jeff Making the Connection A era eee Rosacea are interconnected topics. Ee cue eo a Making the Connection Suc Mec ern eu kur Recker scheme cl aie fust because they belong a Making the Connection Student POV Student POV.