DEI Resources

Research demonstrates that learning environments designed with students' life experiences in mind can lead to increases in students' academic engagement, improved well-being, and more equitable outcomes (e.g., Tinto, 1987; Hurtado et al., 1998; Murphy, Steele, & Gross, 2007; Walton & Cohen, 2011; Paunesku et al., 2015; McNair et al., 2016; Yeager et al., 2016; Brady et al., 2020; Canning et al., 2021). These supportive learning environments are particularly important for structurally disadvantaged students—such as Black, Latinx, and Native American students, first-generation college students, and students from low-income backgrounds—who are more likely to face obstacles to their education.

Inclusive Pedagogy Conversation

Inclusive Pedagogy: Incorporating DEI in the Classroom (video)

How to Center DEI in Teaching

How to Make Your Teaching More Inclusive - Information from Bree Holtz

How to use Inclusive Language - Information from Dr. Anastasia Kononova

DEI Calendar