Inclusive, just, and equitable processes are promoted by intentional policies and the management of best practices.

Best Practices for the Recruitment and Hiring of a Diverse Faculty

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Faculty Diversity Strategies and Tactics.
Damon A. Williams

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Inclusive Teaching, Pedagogy & Curriculum

  • University Teaching and Learning Center (UTLC), UNCG provides a wide range of supports and training for diversity education and inclusive teaching and pedagogy.
  • DiversityEDU is a research-based online training model with practical applications. There are two modules: faculty and staff and academic search committee. Certificate of Completion is received from Office of the Provost. Sign up here.
  • Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) Institute provides resources for handling difficult conversations in the classroom, developing EDI focused content, and utilizing culturally responsive pedagogy.
  • Literary Circles (UTLC) unite faculty and staff around topics and reading related to the scholarship on teaching and learning focused around equity, diversity, and inclusion. It ends with a “lunch ‘n learn” opportunity and participants will receive a copy of the book. Sign up here.
  • Viewpoints of Student Inclusive Experiences (VOISES) highlights experiences of four to six students from marginalized identity groups. In these moderated panels faculty ask questions and reflect on issues of equity, diversity, and inclusion at UNCG. Visit workshops.uncg.edu to RSVP for the upcoming VOISES panels or contact UTLC for questions.
  • Minerva Area Curriculum (MAC). UNCG establishes general education curriculum with competencies in Global Engagement and Intercultural Understanding and Diversity and Equity through the Humanities and Fine Arts OR through the Social & Behavioral Sciences.

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EDI Training for Managers & Supervisors:

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Color Blind or Color Brave.
TED Talk, Mellody Hopson

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Unconscious Bias at Work — Making the Unconscious Conscious

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Unconscious Bias in the Workplace (humorous)

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