The “Identity Workshops” are designed for participants to interrogate their different identities and assumptions of themselves and others. Participants will leave with a better understanding of who they are and how their identities interact with the world.
Winter 2019 Workshops Schedule:
Click on this link to RSVP. Food will be provided. Help us plan for the event by RSVPing (we want to make sure we have enough food for everyone! You are still welcome to come if you don’t get a chance to RSVP). Also, let us know if you need any accommodations or anything else you would like us to know. Workshops take place at the Duderstadt Center Room 1180 for all of the dates except 4/17. On 4/17 we will be in the Duderstadt Center basement, Study Room B 245.
Identity Workshops are a partnership of the Taubman College Office of DEI and the Duderstadt Center.
These workshops are possible thanks to funding from the University of Michigan Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Innovation grant.
Inclusive Teaching Workshops
Inclusive teaching involves deliberately cultivating a learning environment where all students are treated equitably, have equal access to learning, and feel valued and supported in their learning. Such teaching attends to social identities and seeks to change the ways systemic inequities shape dynamics in teaching-learning spaces, affect individuals’ experiences of those spaces, and influence course and curriculum design. Taubman College offers workshops for faculty throughout the year. Stay tuned for this year's schedule.
University of Michigan
The system of higher education has grown from a complex history and evolving mission to serve the public good. Higher education leaders and administrators should reflect upon and consider this history and its implications for equity, diversity, and inclusion efforts on campus. This course is open to professionals interested in learning more about leadership in higher education for a changing demographic or interested in developing their own leadership skills.
If you are providing a service, it is important to know the best ways to communicate with and about individuals who may have disabilities. This session will help you to understand how to best serve individuals with disabilities, and will also give you some etiquette pointers that you can use in your everyday life.
There are many different ways culture influences behavior. This session explores how culture affects our interactions with others, how assumptions may be flawed, and examines ways to navigate our cultural differences.
The unconscious mind is a powerful and intrinsic force in helping to shape our overall behavior in our everyday lives. This interactive session is designed to examine how unconscious bias can affect one's perceptions, decisions, and interactions.
Change it Up! brings bystander intervention skills to the University of Michigan community for the purpose of building inclusive, respectful and safe communities. It is based on a nationally recognized four-stage bystander intervention model that helps individuals intervene in situations that negatively impact individuals, organizations, and the campus community.
This introductory course examines terms, definitions and concepts to provide a common language and framework for understanding diversity, equity and inclusion at the University of Michigan. It is designed to provide foundational knowledge and foster on-going self-reflection and dialogue on topics related to DEI.
This brief, online course examines how our social identities impact diversity, equity and inclusion at the University of Michigan. It is designed to provide foundational knowledge and foster on-going self-reflection and dialogue on topics related to DEI, and takes less than 15 minutes to complete.
Responsibilities at Michigan: Sexual Assault, Intimate Partner Violence, Stalking and Sexual and Gender-Based Harassment
This course helps members of the University community to determine whether they are Responsible Employees under the Policy and Procedures on Student Sexual and Gender-Based Misconduct and Other Forms of Interpersonal Violence. Responsible Employees who learn that students may have experienced sexual assault, intimate partner violence, stalking, sexual or gender-based harassment, violation of interim measures or retaliation are required to share that information with the Office for Institutional Equity. This course helps Responsible Employees to understand these terms and shows them how to share this information as required.