Our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion resources are designed to help all stakeholders engage in reflective work, build the skillset to engage in more inclusive ways, ensure more equitable approaches to hiring and retaining faculty and staff, and create the best learning environments for students to thrive.
Our ever-growing collection of trainings and resources feature topics that are both “timely” and “timeless,” helping you to:
- Examine your own unconscious bias and build skills to lead more inclusively
- Attract, hire, and retain underrepresented faculty and staff
- Address campus protests and student activism productively
- Build dialogue and navigate difficult conversation in the classroom.
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Bring your team a robust suite of trainings that help all faculty and staff engage in personal development and skill building around diversity, equity and inclusion topics. We take a multi-faceted approach to this work that focuses on three components:
Education & awareness building.
What is this concept/topic all about? What are its historical origins? How does it show up in higher education today? Why is it important to understand and address it?
How do my own identity and life experiences shape the way I interact with this concept/topic? What is my role/responsibility regarding this topic? What do I think and feel about the topic at hand? What are some of my own personal biases that I need to be aware of?
Speak up, take action.
Committing to action. What can I do to be a better advocate/ally/contributor in this space? What are some practical steps I can commit to, within my role and sphere of influence, to act and contribute?
Coming Soon: Additional DEI Training Themes
Check back soon to see more live and on-demand DEI training in the following topic areas:
- Navigating difficult conversations in the classroom
- Anti-racist pedagogy
- Communicating with students with empathy
- Navigating sensitive conversations in the classroom
- Confronting identity-based conflict in the classroom
- Removing barriers to learning: Inclusive syllabi and assignments
- Creating psychological safety in the classroom
Personal development & skill building
- White privilege
- Anti-racism in the academy
- Heteronormativity & gender identity
- Emotional labor & establishing healthy boundaries
- Implicit bias
- Gender and sexuality
- Class & socioeconomic status
Academic diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives
- Confronting academic bullying
- Building a more inclusive culture for underrepresented faculty
- Successfully structuring and leading an inclusive pedagogy initiative
- Implementing inclusive hiring practices at a small PWI
- Cluster hiring as a means of diversifying faculty
- Steps to addressing faculty climate
- Recruiting and training inclusion advocates for your academic search committees
- Partnering central & unit-level academic partners in DEI work
On-Demand Learning Opportunities
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