Full course description
- All UW personnel may register, including faculty, APLs, adjuncts, Alumni and staff as well as post-doctoral fellows and graduate students. In addition, community members and individuals from other institutions are welcome to apply.
- A total of 100 points is required for certification. Points must come from at least 2 different areas.
- Points must come from at least 2 different areas (see below).
- Participants will have up to three years to complete the certification requirements.
- Participants will submit their progress via an online form.
As a result of this certification, engaged participants will be able to:
- Write a DEI statement for their area of interest, work or study.
- Recognize the wide variety of resources and events that address DEI in your area.
- Demonstrate in-depth knowledge of contemporary and emerging trends in DEI.
- Recognize and learn the meaning of terminology relevant to DEI.
- Identify the complex relationship between communication and multiple intersecting social identities.
- Inform campus interactions and impact campus climate.
- Increase awareness of the intersecting issues that impact multiple understandings and approaches to diversity, equity and inclusion work.
- Develop practical skills for moving towards a more equitable and inclusive campus.
- Identify the many intersecting identities and roles participants have in diversity, equity and inclusion work.
- Identify teaching practices that enhance DEI.