Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity

While the Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) seeks to integrate issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion in all programming, the items below focus primarily on these issues.

Programs with Faculty Funding

TIDE ambassadors talking.

TIDE Ambassadors (Teaching for Inclusiveness, Diversity, & Equity)

Through this year-long fellowship program, faculty explore how they can enhance students’ learning and academic success across cultural, social, and learning differences by adopting a strength-based, inclusive, and equitable approach to teaching and learning grounded in the value of diversity. Open to all full-time faculty.

Services

KHelmer Diversity Consults

Diversity & Inclusion Teaching Consultations

Do you have questions related to issues of inclusive teaching, equity, and diversity? Please contact Dr. Kirsten Helmer directly to request an email or in-person consultation. 

Programs

Diversity Lunch Learn

Diversity Lunch & Learn

Come for lunch (provided by CTL) and connect with and join your colleagues to explore issues related to diversity, inclusiveness, and equity in teaching. Offered monthly. Varying topics. Open to faculty, post-docs, and graduate students. 

Diversity Teaching

Diversity Teaching Workshops

CTL offers evidence-based workshops on a wide variety of topics that are open to all faculty, post-docs, and graduate students. In addition, CTL works with various units on campus to produce discipline- and topic-specific programming.

Participants of the International Instructors Working Group.

International Instructors Working Group

Are you interested in finding a supportive community that will allow you to build relationships with international colleagues from across the university?  Do you want to tackle practical problems, learn from each other, and develop a shared repertoire of experiences, tools, and ways of addressing educational challenges that you encounter as an international instructor?

The International Instructors Working Group is co-sponsored by the Center for Teaching & Learning and the Graduate School’s Office of Professional Development. For more information contact Kirsten Helmer.