• Archived Programs

    The Race, Gender & Beyond Faculty Development Program

    The Race, Gender & Beyond Faculty Development Program was a resource for faculty across the university to provide support for teaching for diversity in the form of pedagogical support, curriculum development, and assessment resources. The program is currently not active.

    The RGB Program offered a range of activities from individual consultations, to drop-in reading groups, to workshops, on-going reading groups as well as summer institutes.

    The RGB Program offered a menu of options for ways to become involved. For example, some may have found book groups useful, while others preferred recommendations for inclusive teaching resources. Another purpose of the RGB Program was to help faculty form connections through ongoing dialogues about inclusive teaching.

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