LSA DEI offers in-person and virtual courses available for staff. Click on an event for information about how to register. Into addition to those courses, the following resources have been gathered to encourage DEI learning during this unprecedented time
The Organizational Learning office has gathered the following resources to encourage DEI eduation while working from home:
Draw an 11 x 9 grid onto a blank sheet of paper. In the upper right cell, write “Trusted 10”. In the column below this, write the names of the ten people you trust most (aside from family members). Then fill in the other column headings with: “Gender”, “Race/Ethnicity”, “Age”, “Sexual Orientation”, “Education Level”, “Disability Status”, “Marital Status”, and “Primary Language”. Fill out this socioeconomic information for each of your trusted 10 people.
Accessible & Inclusive Resource Guide compiles existing tools and information specific to campus venues as well as helpful tips about designing accessible and inclusive events
Center for the Education of Women Plus (CEW+) addresses the challenges and issues uniquely faced by women, especially women of color, focusing on educational and financial supports, career advancement, salary negotiation, and creating communities that extend beyond U-M.
Spectrum Center is committed to enriching the campus experience and developing students as individuals and members of communities using sexual orientation and gender identity and expression as our framework.
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