Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Resources
Below you will find both EMU and other resources for diversity, equity, and inclusion in the pedagogy and practice of teaching. Please contact us at [email protected] to suggest other resources to add to this list.
The following resources were created by EMU's Age-Friendly University team.
Diversity Resource Guide
This comprehensive guide to campus and community resources was compiled by the Faculty Senate’s Task Force on Campus Climate, Race, and Diversity Issues. It contains an extensive list of resources by topic as well as a section on faculty FAQs.
Disability Resource Center
EMU's Disability Resource Center has a section on the website dedicated to faculty support. You can view it here.
We encourage you take some time to view some of the excellent and comprehensive resources they have created:
Tips for Working with Students Who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing
Jenny Clark at the Disability Resource Center has compiled a list of tips for instructors of deaf or hard of hearing students. View the tips here.
Creating a Culture of Belonging Video Series
The Creating a Culture of Belonging video series was an initiative of the Faculty Senate's Task Force on Campus Climate, Race, Diversity, and completed thanks to the support of the Provost's Office.
The production team members included:
- Prof. Barbara Patrick (Chair)
- Prof. Christine Neufeld (incoming chair)
- Prof. Christopher Robbins
- Prof. Dyann Logwood
- Prof. Kristi Judd
- Prof. Peggy Trewn
- Prof. Stephen Jefferson
Supporting Trans and Gender Non-Conforming Students
Visit the webpages below to learn more about how to support trans and gender non-conforming students.
When Hate Happens on Campus: Faculty Talking Points
As EMU works to address incidents of discrimination, bias, and hate on our campus, we encourage our faculty to become an active part of the discussion and solution. Students often express that they wish faculty were more active in addressing these topics in the classroom. Please utilize this Discussion Guide from the Faculty Senate's CAIARE Committee to help guide you on facilitating these discussions in your classroom.