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Throwback Thursday – Coping Our Way Through White Space: Talking With UW-Madison Chief Diversity Officer Patrick Sims

podcast May 6, 2021 22 5


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As a companion conversation to this week’s episode with Joy Bailey-Bryant about the importance of Black space, we are re-sharing a conversation about navigating white space.

Dr. Alex Gee has a conversation with Patrick Sims, Deputy Vice Chancellor for Diversity and Inclusion, and Vice Provost and Chief Diversity Officer for the Univerisity of Wisconsin-Madison. Sims oversees the Division of Diversity, Equity and Educational Achievement at the University. 

The discussion is an honest exploration of how large educational institutions handle diversity and the challenges of race in the campus environment. You are going to want to hear about Patrick’s unique background and how he came into this role to affect positive change at the university.

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