The University of New Mexico's Division for Equity and Inclusion hosts a Curriculum Work Session and Information Workshop on Aug. 12 from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. to help inform faculty and staff about The University's U.S. Global Diversity and Inclusion Undergraduate Requirement and how academic courses can meet the requirements.
To achieve a healthy and inclusive campus climate, UNM has created the 3-credit “U.S. and Global Diversity and Inclusion” undergraduate degree requirement. This requirement is to promote a broad-scale understanding of the culture, history or current circumstance of diverse groups of people who have experienced historic and/or contemporary inequitable treatment in the U.S. or in a global context.
The workshop intends to help staff and faculty to become aware of the UNM Diversity requirement, learn how their course can meet the Diversity requirement and submission process, gain tools to integrate the Diversity curriculum framework into their course and be informed on current approved UNM Diversity courses.
The workshop will be held in the Collaborative Teaching and Learning Building in room CTLB 110.
The deadline to receive feedback on their course is Aug. 30. The deadline for course approval is Oct. 1. Upper Division courses are highly encouraged to submit courses.