A truly inclusive and equitable campus environment is possible when everyone on campus is working together, with a common language, to mitigate the impact of implicit bias, microaggressions, imposter phenomenon, and stereotype threat.
This microcredential equips administrators, faculty, and staff with actionable practices they can immediately implement to contribute to whole-campus reform and ensure all students and colleagues feel seen, heard, and valued.
This course is organized around four competencies and is designed to address a series of institutional needs. Course takes eight weeks to complete (2 weeks per module).
Microcredential Course Modules:
- Managing the Impact of Bias
- Reducing Microaggressions
- Addressing Imposter Phenomenon and Stereotype Threat
- Cultivating an Inclusive Environment
Educators who complete the requirements for this open enrollment course earn a microcredential in “Fostering a Culture of Belonging.” This course does not apply toward earning the full Certificate in Effective College Instruction.
Enrollment fee for an individual: $675.
To learn about institutional microcredential opportunities, email [email protected]
Next Course Dates:
- March 4, 2023
- May 20, 2023
- July 29, 2023
The application deadline for individuals is 3-days prior to the course start date, subject to course availability. The application deadline for institutional small groups is 10-business days prior to the course start date, subject to course availability.
Applicants are accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis, subject to program director approval. Early registration is recommended.