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Assessing Organizational Culture Through a DEI Lens


How do you assess whether organizations are committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion? Join us to learn how to assess various aspects of an organization’s culture during the job and […]

Navigating Difficult Conversations

East Room, Pierpont Commons, North Campus 2101 Bonisteel Boulevard, Ann Arbor, MI

In this interactive session, Rackham experts in conflict resolution will discuss the ways in which conflict can manifest in our academic and personal spheres and will explore strategies to navigate […]

Racial Microaggressions


Racial microaggressions can be uniquely harmful to their targets, and yet we often find ourselves skirting around this subset of microaggressions due to discomfort in openly discussing race, racism, and […]

Writing a Diversity Statement for the Faculty Job Search


Increasingly, hiring committees are interested in how prospective faculty job candidates will contribute to diversity, equity, and inclusion. As a result, many academic employers have begun to request a diversity […]

Creating Inclusive Environments for Diverse Religious, Spiritual, and Secular Worldviews


When you hear the word "diversity", what comes to mind? If you're like most people, religion wasn't your first thought, or even your second one at that. We live in a world, work jobs, attend classes, and are a part of organizations that are religiously diverse, and yet this identity is often forgotten or labeled […]

Research-Based Strategies for Combating “Impostor Syndrome”

East Room, Pierpont Commons, North Campus 2101 Bonisteel Boulevard, Ann Arbor, MI

Have you ever succeeded at an academic task even though you were convinced that you wouldn't do well? Do you dread others evaluating your work or avoid opportunities for critical feedback? Do you have trouble accepting praise or acknowledging your accomplishments? Do you worry about being exposed as an academic fraud? Have you ever questioned […]

Anti-Racism in an Abroad Context


Structural racism in the United States is the normalization and legitimization of an array of dynamics—historical, cultural, institutional, and interpersonal—that routinely advantage whites while producing cumulative and chronic adverse outcomes for people of color. It is a system of hierarchy and inequity, primarily characterized by white supremacy—the preferential treatment, privilege, and power for white people […]

Change It Up! © Bystander Intervention


Change It Up!© brings bystander intervention skills to students for the purpose of building supportive and respectful communities. Change It Up! is based on a nationally recognized five-step bystander intervention model that develops students’ skills and confidence when intervening in situations that negatively impact campus climate. This workshop explores how students’ identities and experiences impact […]

Minaadendamowin: Respect, Acknowledgement, Visibility, and Supporting Native American College Students


This workshop will share the outcomes of the 2018 U-M Native American Student Task Committee (NASTC) report as a point of departure to discuss evidence-based practices for supporting Native American students in higher education. Because the first recommendation is to institutionalize the decolonizing practice of territorial acknowledgment, the workshop will examine the practice as well […]