Title of Presentation

Let's Make Diversity an Institutional Learning Goal: Insights from the Diversity ILG Working Group

About the Presenter(s)

Castel Sweet, Director of Community Engagement and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, School of Business Administration Tom Morgan, Director, Race and Ethnic Studies and Associate Professor, Department of English Youssef Farhat, Diversity and Social Justice Coordinator for the Common Academic Program and Lecturer, Department of Political Science

Start Date

8-1-2021 1:00 PM

End Date

8-1-2021 1:45 PM

Abstract/Description

This session will highlight ongoing work of the Diversity Institutional Learning Goal (ILG) working group and ongoing efforts to strengthen diversity-based educational outcomes across curricular and co-curricular experiences on campus. Presenters will share the working group’s progress to date and provide attendees with practical ways to begin or continue to intentionally incorporate concepts of diversity into their work, regardless of where they work. In addition, this session will provide the opportunity for attendees to share feedback on their experience with the Diversity ILG and provide input on useful resources that could help support their work.

Goals for Attendees

Increase understanding of how the Diversity ILG working group efforts align with other efforts across the university. Build awareness of the Diversity ILG working group’s progress to date. Increase understanding of the application of tools produced from the Diversity ILG working group.

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Jan 8th, 1:00 PM Jan 8th, 1:45 PM

Let's Make Diversity an Institutional Learning Goal: Insights from the Diversity ILG Working Group

This session will highlight ongoing work of the Diversity Institutional Learning Goal (ILG) working group and ongoing efforts to strengthen diversity-based educational outcomes across curricular and co-curricular experiences on campus. Presenters will share the working group’s progress to date and provide attendees with practical ways to begin or continue to intentionally incorporate concepts of diversity into their work, regardless of where they work. In addition, this session will provide the opportunity for attendees to share feedback on their experience with the Diversity ILG and provide input on useful resources that could help support their work.