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Diversity & Multiculturalism

At Duquesne, we seek both to educate students in an environment that is socially just and to provide opportunities for cross-cultural learning, both on campus and beyond.  CTE weaves this focus throughout its resources and programming.

Recent CTE Events

• Book study: Promoting Diversity and Social Justice: Educating People from Privileged Groups, by Diane Goodman

• Workshop panel: Bringing the Real World of Pittsburgh into the Classroom: Using Racial Demographic Data

Faculty Learning Groups: Incorporating Inclusive and Multicultural Perspectives into Your Teaching

These groups are generally held in the spring.  Faculty are invited to join a group and to commit to attending 5 sessions throughout the semester.  Topics vary each year, but have included exploring how race, ethnicity, social class, sexual orientation, religious practices, and environmental diversity interact with teaching and learning.  The sessions are led by Duquesne faculty.

Competitive Multicultural Faculty Development Grants These grants help fund travel for conference presentations on multicultural teaching and learning at Duquesne.  Details are forthcoming.  They are sponsored by the Office of the Provost and administered through CTE.

Quick Tips and Online References

Promoting Diversity in University Teaching

Online References

Start Talking: A Handbook for Engaging Difficult Dialogues in Higher Education

Resources on Higher Education and Diversity (from Gumberg Library)

Diversity

Race/Ethnicity

Sexuality/Gender

Religious Diversity

Social Class

Environmental Issues

Women