CU: Diversity on Campus is a two-day, multi-campus initiative inclusive excellence training hosted by CU Boulder, CU Denver, and CU Anschutz and funded by the CU System and a subcontract with the CIRTL Network NSF project. Materials and activities will prepare graduate students to recognize and integrate inclusive excellence into their teaching and research environments. Faculty and presenters include experts in college teaching, diversity, inclusion, and the scholarship of teaching and learning. Participants will expand their awareness of diversity and inclusion issues in the classroom and learn to incorporate inclusive teaching and mentoring practices. Participants will develop an inclusive excellence project for their classroom or laboratory setting.
CU Boulder graduate students may count participation toward the requirements for a certificate. Full attendance satisfies 16 workshop credits toward the GTP workshop requirement of the Certificate in College Teaching and/or the workshop or project portion of the Professional Development Certificate for Preparing Future Faculty.
Applications are due by 5:00pm on Friday, April 21, 2017
Applicants will be notified of acceptance or refusal into the training by Friday, May 5.
Please complete the CU DOC Qualtrics application, which asks for biographical information, teaching and research mentoring history, and a brief statement about your interest in diversity, inclusion, and CU: DOC in particular. If you have questions about CU: DOC or the application, please contact the Graduate Teacher Program office at email@example.com or call (303) 492-4902 and ask to speak with Marcia Yonemoto, Director, Graduate Teacher Program.
Full attendance satisfies 16 workshop credits toward the GTP workshop requirement of the Certificate in College Teaching and/or the workshop or project portion of the Professional Development Certificate for Preparing Future Faculty.
To provide a conceptual framework to help graduate teachers and researchers develop their own approach to inclusive teaching and to expanding diversity in all aspects of their instruction and laboratory work.
To help current and future college teachers incorporate diversity and inclusion into their own classrooms and laboratories.
To contribute to the understanding and growth of all program participants.
To complete a personal classroom or laboratory project for instruction or mentoring or the academic job market that will be presented and shared with the group.
Participants will reflect on their own relationship to diversity and how it informs their incorporation of diversity into the classroom at CU Boulder and later in their academic or professional career.
Participants will create materials that may be included in a teaching portfolio.
Graduate students (master’s or doctoral) in good standing from one of the three partner campuses who hold TA, GPTI, RA positions, or fellowships may apply. We will accept 10 graduate students from each campus for a total of 30 participants.
Graduate students who are accepted and attend all sessions of the three-day training on June 5-6, 2017, and complete their project will receive a $200 stipend.