CRLT Workshop: Cultivating an equity-focused mindset to improve educational outcomes

Online Ann Arbor, MI, United States

The EHS Diversity Equity and Inclusion (DE&I) Committee along with CRLT are hosting a special workshop around “Cultivating an equity-focused mindset to improve educational outcomes,” an interactive virtual workshop that will benefit EHS students, faculty, staff, and postdoctoral fellows. Achieving educational equity is a goal for most departments, yet our systems and practices don’t always

Anti-Racism Graduate Research Showcase

Online Ann Arbor, MI, United States

Please join us for an opportunity to meet selected grantees of the 2022 Anti-Racism Graduate Research Grants. Sponsored by Rackham Graduate School, Center for Racial Justice (CRJ), and the Anti-Racism Collaborative at the National Center for Institutional Diversity (NCID), the grant program supports engagement in research projects focused on racism, racial equity, and racial justice

Diversifying the STEM pipeline: Evidence from STEM summer programs for underrepresented youth

Weill Hall - 1210 735 S State St., Ann Arbor, MI, United States

Underrepresentation of Black and Hispanic workers in STEM fields contributes to racial wage gaps and reduces innovation and economic growth. Billions of dollars a year are spent on "pipeline'' programs to increase diversity in STEM, but there is little rigorous evidence of their efficacy. We fielded a randomized controlled trial to study a suite of

2023 Dewey Dialogues

1800 N Dixboro Rd 1800 N Dixboro Rd, Ann Arbor, MI, United States

The Ginsberg Center’s Dewey Series recognizes the enduring legacy of philosopher and educational reformer John Dewey, who taught at U of M in the 1890’s and, later, went on to found the New School for Social Research. Chief among Dewey’s enduring ideas were that experience is the means through which we come to understand and

In Pursuit of Abolition: Campus and Community Safety Beyond the Project of Policing

School of Education - Brownlee Room (room 2327)

The dije team would like to invite you to attend In Pursuit of Abolition: Campus and Community Safety Beyond the Project of Policing, a roundtable conversation with CSHPE Assistant Professor Dr. Charles H.F. Davis III and CSHPE doctoral student Taylor Lewis, both of whom are active in the U-M Campus Abolition Research Lab (CARL). Zoom link

Strategies for Promoting and Sustaining Gender and Racial Equity for Faculty in STEM Disciplines

Taubman Biomedical Science Research Building - Kahn Auditorium

CDB Seminar Series We are pleased to announce that Ellen Broido, D.Ed. will present her talk titled "Strategies for Promoting and Sustaining Gender and Racial Equity for Faculty in STEM Disciplines," on Wednesday, April 12, 2023, at 9:30 a.m. This will be live in ABC Conference room - BSRB and via Zoom Meeting link: Hosted

Strategies for continuing to advance diversity, equity, and inclusion while navigating provoking politics and a post-affirmative action world

Online Ann Arbor, MI, United States

There has been an increasing number of attacks on diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts across the country. Multiple states have introduced bills or taken steps that limit the administrative and pedagogical work of DEI, including a risk to affirmative action in the Supreme Court. How might we continue to advance our efforts? What strategies and

Advancing Health Equity in East Africa

Weiser Hall - 1010 450 Church St, Ann Arbor, MI, United States

Join us for a conversation with Rwanda’s Minister of Health Dr. Sabin Nsanzimana. Our distinguished guest will discuss Rwanda's current efforts to strengthen its healthcare system, including significant expansions of the health workforce and international partnerships for education, advanced training, and health innovation. This community conversation is open to all students, faculty, and staff. Please

A Symbiotic Relationship: Nonprofits, Education Institutions, and Students

Online Ann Arbor, MI, United States

Join Annaliese Fowler and Haley Phillips of B+I for a webinar on leveraging the power of nonprofit-higher education-student collaborations. Discover what each group can offer, and how these strengths can meet each other’s needs. We will focus on how higher education  can support nonprofits, and how this greatly benefits students with an interest in social

A2 Climate Teach-In

Genesis of Ann Arbor 2309 Packard St, Ann Arbor, MI, United States

The First Annual A2 Climate Teach-In builds on this legacy by addressing another critical issue which has been clouded by misinformation and a lack of coordinated action. As in 1965 and the many subsequent Ann Arbor teach-ins, this teach-in is not just about teaching and learning -- it's about about community building and creating momentum for action.