Resources & Training
- Building a More Diverse and Equitable Research Community - A Resource Guide from the MBG Diversity Council
- The Science of Effective Mentorship in STEMM - Online Guide V1.0
- Notice & Respond: Assisting Students in Distress - a Canvas course
Resources to support Inclusive Curriculum Review and Development
The Intergroup Dialogue Project (IDP) Inclusive Curriculum Review Guide
This guide provides frameworks, questions, and tools to help academic units lead and engage in meaningful and productive conversations around inclusive curriculum review. It examines possible goals for this process and suggests best practices to address key issues and topics, as well as potential conflicts. It is not a roadmap or outline for how to conduct inclusive curriculum review, but rather a resource for you to consult when planning and facilitating your department or program’s inclusive curriculum review process.
The Center for Teaching Innovation (CTI) Consultation Service: Curriculum Mapping for Diversity
The process of curriculum mapping offers a means of charting “what happens when” throughout an academic program to confirm priorities, identify points of redundancy (i.e. duplicative instructional efforts), and address potential gaps (i.e. opportunities to formalize what might only be happening informally). The CTI's consultative service will guide academic programs through a tailored, faculty-driven, curriculum mapping process, with a specific focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion outcomes.
Group Consultation Sessions: Planning Inclusive Curriculum Review
(June 9, 2021; Fall dates TBD)
Staff from the Intergroup Dialogue Project (IDP) and the Center for Teaching Innovation (CTI) will be running interactive group consultations to assist academic leaders and faculty in planning their inclusive curriculum review process.