The Vocational Significance of Cultural Identity
October 18, 2018, 12:00 - 1:00
259 Educational Sciences, 1025 W. Johnson Street
Professor, University of Wisconsin Department of Medicine, Division of General Internal Medicine
Race/ethnicity are strong predictors of educational outcomes and labor market position (Byars-Winston, Fouad & Wen, 2015). In this presentation, Professor Byars-Winston will briefly review the evidence for and vocational relevance of cultural identity. She will use the Outline for Cultural Formulation model to illustrate its applicability for career assessment and career counseling integrating the concept of cultural identity for African American students (Byars-Winston, 2010), and will conclude the presentation by delineating implications for promoting workforce diversity.