The Office of Diversity Services provides a range of trainings for faculty, students, and staff. Please feel free to contact us if you would like to host a specific training or collaborate on developing a new training.
Ally Training: An introductory training on building skills to confront and deal with bigotry and racism.
Disability as Diversity: This training gives participants the opportunity to examine their ideas, myths, and assumptions about people with disabilities and educates them about this diverse community.
Diversity101: This introductory training asks participants to expand their notions of the categories that we typically think of as “diverse” and to begin to examine their deeply held ideas and beliefs about people who may be different from themselves.
Queer Theory: This class gives students a historical overview of the evolution of queer theory in America. It examines its roots in the women’s and gay rights movements.
Safe Zone: This training gives students the opportunity to become an informed ally to the LGBTQ alliance community.
S.O.U.L.S./Social Justice: This training examines theory of social justice, access and power in a given society. It asks participants to critically examine their assumptions and beliefs about other people and to look deeply at the intersections of race, class, and privilege in society.