The work of fostering diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging begins with increasing self-awareness and building competency. The below education and training opportunities can help you in your journey.
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Online Diversity & Inclusion Module

The University of Kansas has launched new diversity education module for staff and faculty. The “Diversity and Inclusion” online module directly responds to continued community calls for additional education regarding diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging for all members of the KU community. This module helps us establish a shared language and understanding of DEI concepts. It helps us prepare to name and confront bias and discrimination.

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Introduction to DEIB

In this training, participants will learn and define implicit bias and microaggressions, the ways they are formed, and their negative impacts. Through scenario-based practice, participants will learn to be active bystanders to address microaggression, exclusion, and inequity.

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Supervision through an Inclusive Lens

During this session, participants will be able to differentiate practices and barriers to becoming an inclusive supervisor. Through scenario-based examples, we will explore opportunities to incorporate these practices within different work environments.

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The Center for Sexuality & Gender Diversity (SGD) provides SafeZone training which helps to give allies the tools to make their spaces more accommodating and affirming for queer and trans* (QT) students. This training is the first in a series of three major workshops which provide the first steps towards allyship.

SafeZone Training

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Student Social Justice Training

The Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) offers a variety of trainings to KU students looking to further their journeys in social justice and equity work.

OMA Training

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LinkedIn Learning

LinkedIn Learning offers an online library of high-quality video courses for helping improve your professional skills. With LinkedIn Learning, you can learn at your own pace and access course content anytime. The entire online library is available to current KU faculty and staff through KU’s Talent Development system at Remember you will need to be logged in with your KU Single Sign-On.

You can find DEI related modules by clicking "browse," then scrolling to "professional development" and selecting diversity and inclusion.

LinkedIn Learning

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Unpacking Whiteness in the Workplace

The Staff Senate Diversity & Inclusion Committee hosts a series of workshops focused on the impacts of privilege on the work environment. Through small group discussions, participants explore the concepts of whiteness and privilege and how they shape office cultures that are oppressive to people with marginalized identities.

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