Diversity & Inclusion Education
Are you confused by diversity? What does that even mean? Does diversity include you? Let’s unpack the buzzword and give it some teeth. This session will explore the nuances of diversity, equity and inclusion and how they relate to our daily lives both in and out of the office. We will give you the language to understand and discuss equity and inclusion and talk about how to most effectively engage and embrace diversity. This is an online podcast available for listening and/or download.
Have you ever feel like someone just doesn’t get you? Have you found it difficult to communicate with others in your office? Are you looking for ways to make connections with people that are different from you? Beyond personal differences, culture plays an important role in how we interact with others and how we perceive others actions toward us. These differences can often lead to confusion or arguments. Join us as we break down the barriers to intercultural communication.
Have you wanted to engage your friends and or colleagues on trending diversity topics or issues? Do you feel that you may not be properly equipped to engage these kinds of conversations? We’re here to help! This session is designed to give participants the foundations of how to have difficult conversations on diversity related issues. Participants will come to learn more about their own identities and how they intersect with those different from them. If you are interested in learning and having dialogue various aspects of oppression, this is the course for you!
Are you an ally? What does that even mean? If you are interested in the answer to those questions, this is the course for you. Come learn how to be a true ally to others. We will talk explicitly about your role as an ally and how you can advocate on behalf of others. Let’s talk about how to use your experiences to help others!
Beyond Title IX: Sex, Gender, and Society
This workshop is designed to provide participants with a better understanding of sexual misconduct and the underlying societal and cultural influences which lead to sexual misconduct. The University of Delaware is committed to eliminating sexual misconduct within the university community, and to educating university community members on the nuances of the sexual misconduct policy. On a broad level, this issue continues to be of concern to university administrators and faculty members across the country, and our goal is to provide you with the tools to fully understand and support the policy in your individual work environments.
Who are you? No, who are you REALLY? Have you heard the term intersectionality and wondered what it meant? This session is the perfect opportunity for you to learn about various aspects of your identity and identify how they intersect. This workshop will help you take a holistic view of how one’s various identifies affects you and the people around you.
This workshop analyzes the subtle ways that racial, ethnic, gender and sex biases inhibit a positive and inclusive campus environment. The training provides participants with strategies on increasing awareness of microaggressions and how to mitigate the effects of unintentional biases.
When you come to work, do you think you leave your biases at the door? Do you check your personal baggage or carry it on? During this session, we will take a closer look at how biases affect us throughout every stage of our careers and discuss how we can mitigate the impact of those biases.
Why can’t you just pull yourself up by your bootstraps? Does a level playing field exist? Why can’t we all just get along? That was then, this is now. This workshop will explore the historical roots of privilege and oppression, and give you a chance to learn a bit more about what the information your history books left out!
I worked hard for everything I have today! We elected a Black President, right? It’s time for us to demystify and destigmatize the term “White privilege”. This workshop will help participants understand what it is, what it isn’t, and how we can all shift our focus from blame and guilt to social change and responsibility. (Wrestling with the P-Word- prerequisite for attendance)
He’s assertive. She’s bossy. He’s motivated. She’s overbearing. There’s no question that gender stereotypes influence each of us on a daily basis. This workshop will help participants begin to unpack the realities of male privilege, and how those ideologies negatively impact everyone. It’s not about blame. It’s about awareness and change! (Wrestling with the P-Word- prerequisite for attendance)
Sexual identity and gender identity allow us to understand ourselves and the world around us. They also limit some and advantage others. It’s time for us to move beyond the basics, and begin to understand how many of the modes of thinking and behaving that we take for granted ultimately create a heteronormative standard. Come break down heterosexual privilege with us, and think about how we can make subtle changes to our daily actions for a significant impact! (Wrestling with the P-Word- prerequisite for attendance)
Request Customized Training
If your office or department has specific multicultural programming and training needs, we would be happy to discuss them with you. If you require disability-related accommodations to access this information, please contact Disability Support Services at 302-831-4643 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.