Cultivating Inclusive Spaces

Monday, February 14th

3:00 pm – 4:00 pm: Cultivating Inclusive Spaces

Via Zoom:

Patricia Probert is a Clinical Assistant Professor, who serves as the University of Florida College of Dentistry’s Associate Dean of Student Advocacy and Inclusion. Dr. Probert has been engaged in professional and leadership development for 15 years, having implemented and directed programs involving students in counselor education, social work, and psychology, as well as pre-health and dental education. Dr. Probert works closely with faculty, staff, and students to support program and curriculum development, strategic planning, community outreach, accreditation, and other initiatives to enrich student success, and the institutional mission. Dr. Patricia Probert actively develops and supports diversity efforts, including as the Primary Investigator for a Robert Wood Johnson grant. The Summer Health Professions Education Program (SHPEP) is a six-week, residential pipeline experience for pre-health students from disadvantaged backgrounds. Her teaching experience includes an inter-professional education course for health professions, families and community involvement for teacher education majors, and crisis intervention/suicide prevention for behavioral sciences professions. Dr. Probert is trained as an educator in Implicit Bias and Crucial Conversations and provides workshops for the UF community.

Audience – all faculty, staff, and students