Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Bring Unlimited Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Training to Your Campus

Create a more inclusive environment by upgrading your membership to give everyone on your campus access.

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Diversity, equity and inclusion work has never been more important in higher education. Academic Impressions offers a comprehensive suite of best-in-class diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) training and resources that you can put directly in the hands of your faculty and staff.

Our DEI training—which is higher education specific, interactive and action-oriented, and carefully designed with both academic and non-academic audiences in mind—emphasizes practical skill development around critical themes like:

  • Power and oppression: understanding personal bias and privilege, engaging in allyship and having courageous conversations
  • Intersecting identities related to race, gender, class, disability, and nationality
  • Inclusive pedagogy: building in-classroom dialogue and decolonizing syllabi
  • Diversifying the faculty and building stronger systems of support for BIPOC and women faculty
Give everyone - faculty, staff and students - access to the latest DEI resources with institutional membership.

Our Approach

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?

Self-reflection.
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?  

See a Sample of What's Included*

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Foundations

Become a member to gain access to our foundational Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion series, an intentional collection of personal development and skill building trainings which provide education, awareness-building, self-reflection, and ways to speak up and take action.

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VIDEO COURSE

DEI Foundations: Implicit Bias in Higher Education

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VIDEO COURSE

DEI Foundations:
Intersectionality in Higher Education

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VIDEO COURSE

DEI Foundations: Gender Identity and Sexuality in Higher Education

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VIDEO COURSE

DEI Foundations: White Privilege

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VIDEO COURSE

DEI Foundations: Student Disability in Higher Education

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VIDEO COURSE

DEI Foundations: Class & Socioeconomic Status in Higher Education

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VIDEO COURSE

DEI Foundations: Allyship in Higher Education

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WEBCAST RECORDING

DEI Foundations: Develop a Race-Based Education Program for Your White Students

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On-Demand Learning Opportunities

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WEBCAST RECORDING

Overcoming Social Justice Fatigue for Diversity and Inclusion Professionals

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WEBCAST RECORDING

Facilitating Culturally Inclusive Meetings

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WEBCAST RECORDING

Understanding and Addressing Microaggressions

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MEMBER-EXCLUSIVE COURSE

DEI Foundations:
Intersectionality in Higher Education

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WEBCAST RECORDING

Overcoming the Effects of White Privilege for More Equitable Search Processes

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WEBCAST RECORDING

Civil Dialogue as a Classroom Management Strategy

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WEBCAST RECORDING

Building Inclusive Pedagogy Online

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WEBCAST RECORDING

Addressing Food Insecurity in Higher Education: Creating an Integrated & Sustainable Food Pantry

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WEBCAST RECORDING

Creating Intentional Programming to Support the Success of Men of Color

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WEBCAST RECORDING

Leading Through Bias Incidents on Campus

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View a list of all training content included in membership.

Make a fresh start in 2022.
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WHAT DOES MEMBERSHIP INCLUDE

Access to a continuously expanding library of live online trainings, designed to be practical, discussion-based, and highly experiential

Unlimited anytime, anywhere access to on-demand trainings and resources that you can engage with on your own time from the convenience of your workspace

New trainings every week, designed to respond to the latest needs of the higher ed community

$250 discount on multi-week cohort-based bootcamps and in-person conferences

Get These Trainings and More With Membership

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Find a Diverse Pool of Talent Who Think Differently

Advertise on our new higher education-specific job board to recruit the future leaders of your institution. We can connect you to a diverse set of candidates who are engaged in professional development and invested in their career growth.

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Meghan Paladino
Membership Advisor, Academic Impressions