Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Resources
College Climate Assessments and Findings
Sample EDI Interview Questions
LEAD (Leveraging Equity And Diversity) Ally Certificate
The LEAD Certificate Program is a tiered series of workshops designed to encourage participation in foundational and advanced educational offerings focused on equity and diversity.
Watch and Learn - UD Training Sessions & Videos
Interfaith Leadership in Higher Education
"Introduction to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion"
Description for the video above. "Have you wondered – what is the difference between diversity, equity and inclusion? What do these words mean, how do they affect my life, my teaching or my research?Virtual Training held on 8/4/2020 hosted by the Department of Plant and Soil Sciences
Watch from the UD Library
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Voices of UD
The University of Delaware's Center for Political Communication wants to hear from the UD community, because sharing personal stories breaks the silence and has an impact.
Additional UD Resources
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Customized Workshops
Project MUSE is a provider of digital humanities and social science content for the scholarly community. Learn how to connect to MUSE.
Not Quite Six Feet Apart: Bias in a Pandemic
Cognitive biases can be grouped into two categories. Information biases cause us to take shortcuts in interpretations while making decisions. Ego biases allow our emotions and sense of self to excessively influence our decisions.
Article: Epistemic Exclusion of Women Faculty and Faculty of Color: Understanding Scholar(ly) Devaluation as a Predictor of Turnover Intentions
Article: Epistemic Exclusion: Scholar(ly) Devaluation That Marginalizes Faculty of Color
Epistemic exclusion is a form of academic gatekeeping that impedes the recruitment, advancement, and retention of faculty of color and offer strategies to address this barrier.
Article: Future of STEM
Article: Does Gender Bias Still Affect Women in Science?
Article: University of Kentucky Partners With NAACP to Establish New Research Initiative
Article: Equity, status and freedom: a note on higher education
Strategies to enhance socio-economic equity in higher education. The first strategy is to advance ‘fairness’ by changing the composition of participation. The second strategy advances ‘inclusion’ by broadening the access and completion of under-represented groups .
Article: Grieving and frustrated: Black scientists call out racism in the wake of police killings
As marchers in the United States and around the world filled the streets this past week to protest against police brutality and racial injustice, Black scientists grieved openly on social media, calling for action on racism in society and in science.
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Article: Academia Isn’t a Safe Haven for Conversations About Race and Racism
We’re having hard conversations about racial justice in corporate America and academia right now. We have seen a flurry of company statements about diversity amid nationwide protests supporting the Black Lives Matter movement. Will these conversations yield anything?
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