DI is a freesemester-long program that focuses on social ills known as -isms, including: racism, sexism, classism, heterosexism, creedism, ableism, etc. Weekly modules are led by dynamic and engaging faculty leaders from a variety of fields.
How can DI help me?
A great resource for personal and professional development
Create an understanding of your own identity and how it impacts your interactions with others.
Minimize the opportunity for trends of prejudice, discrimination, exclusion, and bias to continue.
Develop empathy and ability to operate and promote an inclusive climate.
Develop communication skills needed in a pluralistic setting.
Learn professional requirements related to operating in a diverse, multicultural, and/or global setting.