Responding to Everyday Bias Workshop 

This training session is designed to give community members knowledge, skills, and awareness to become pro-social bystanders in the Stonehill Community and beyond. 

Participants will: 

  • Learn about different types of bystanders and their actions. 
  • Better understand our Stonehill community expectations about bystander intervention.  
  • Develop a common language around microaggressions, bias incidents, and hate crimes. 
  • Learn techniques to become a pro-social bystander. 
  • Learn more about campus resources to support bystander intervention

Sessions are offered separately for students and faculty/staff. Check out the "Workshops and Trainings" tab to see what sessions are currently scheduled. To request a training please email or Please note the length of training is a minimum of 1 hour and 15 minutes. 

Very helpful, presented very well, the case studies were especially helpful because they are realistic scenarios and I learned a lot from my peers’ response and ideas.

Contact Information

Duffy Academic Center – 149

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Merkert-Tracy Building – Suite 150

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