ADVANCING THE CONVERSATION ON DIVERSITY, EQUITY,
AND INCLUSION IN HIGHER EDUCATION AND BEYOND

Tag: curriculum

Public Policy Schools Must Teach Future Leaders About Today’s Anti-Semitism

On January 19, 2020, 380 University of Montana faculty and staff received an email containing anti-Semitic propaganda. Two days later, the Syracuse University Department...

UC Berkeley Students Create a Class for ‘Coming Out’

It wasn’t until Ryan Kamkar, a public health major at University of California, Berkeley (UC Berkeley), first moved away to college that he felt...

Students, Faculty at Tufts University School of Medicine Design Special Sex-Ed...

A group of students and faculty at Tufts University School of Medicine (TUSM) in Boston are working to reduce the risk of sexual abuse...

Creating an Inclusive Medical Education Curriculum

Incorporating diversity into the medical school curriculum is an effective way to develop culturally responsive competencies in future physicians.  In 2000, the Liaison Committee on...

Teaching Communication and Compassionate Care Skills: An Innovative Curriculum for Medical...

A journalist and an actor walk into a room full of white coats. No, this is not the opening line of a joke; it’s...

Modernizing the Humanities

 How the disciplines can endure by becoming more inclusive of diverse perspectives  In a world in which so much emphasis is placed on employability, the humanities...

Moving Beyond a Single Diversity Class Requirement

According to a 2015 employer survey conducted by the Association of American Colleges and Universities, more than three-quarters of respondents agree that all college...

Wheaton College Adopts Diversity Requirement After Months of Controversy

After several months of controversy over former Provost Stanton Jones’ decision to fire tenured professor Larycia Hawkins for donning a hijab — a show...