Equity and Inclusion

2019 Teaching and Research Resource Fair

April 18, 2019, 11:00am
Join us for our third annual AIS-palooza! Connect with service providers and academic support units from across campus to get your question answered, find inspiration, and learn about new ideas.
Registration is unavailable.

Adobe Fellows @ Berkeley

Adobe Fellows @ Berkeley is a pilot program that aims to incorporate digital design tools into the Berkeley academic experience in meaningful, intentional ways that enhance teaching and learning and strengthen the university's public mission. The program is a collaboration between the American Cultures (AC) Center and Academic Innovation Studio, with strong support from Digital Learning Services, Educational Technology Services, and the Library.

DSP Open Forums

The Disabled Students' Program (DSP) works in partnership with faculty to accommodate students with disabilities. In this discussion series, we will highlight topics requested by faculty to share information and gather feedback about how to make our processes work better.

The forums will take place at the following dates and times:

Facilitating an Inclusive Institutional Environment: Evidence-Based Lessons from the Biology Scholars Program Longitudinal Study

April 8, 2019, 11:45am

What lessons can we glean from the longitudinal Gift it Forward study of the Biology Scholars Program that can inform UC Berkeley’s efforts to provide fair treatment, opportunity, and advancement for all? In this workshop Dr. Mica Estrada will describe evidence-based recommendations that can be applied in mentorship, classrooms, advising and to maintaining an inclusive institutional environment in which all students thrive.

Registration is unavailable.

Universal Design and Best Practices for Accessibility

August 8, 2018, 3:30pm
Please join the Disabled Students Program (DSP) for the third in a summer series of open forums for faculty. The intent of these forums is to share information with instructors and get feedback to help us improve our processes. This forum will focus on universal design and best practices for teaching students with disabilities.
Registration is unavailable.

The Chosen Ones: Black Men and the Politics of Redemption

February 13, 2019, 4:00pm
What struggles do formerly incarcerated Black men face trying to fit back into their communities and integrating into greater society? Join us for a discussion with Nikki Jones (Associate Professor of African American Studies) and Clarence Ford (Masters candidate, Goldman School of Public Policy and Berkeley Underground Scholars Policy/Advocacy Coordinator).
Registration is unavailable.

Squeezed on All Sides: Economic Pressures Facing Berkeley Students

October 26, 2018, 11:00am
How does the high cost of living in the Bay Area affect Berkeley students and impact their learning, health, and academic success? Hear from faculty and staff who are working to alleviate some of these issues and join in a discussion about what we, as individuals and as a campus, can do to help.
Registration is unavailable.

Teaching Dialogues

Teaching Dialogues are a regular series of campus-wide discussions on pressing topics related to teaching and learning, hosted by the Center for Teaching and Learning and the Academic Senate's Committee on Teaching.

Improving Outcomes for Underrepresented Students in STEM through Mentoring

February 22, 2019, 11:45am

The Biology Scholars Program (BSP) and current BSP students will present mentoring strategies used in research, teaching, and advising to effectively support STEM student success, especially those from historically underrepresented groups. Lunch will be provided.

Registration is unavailable.

Advising Strategies to Enlarge and Diversify the Pool of Successful Undergraduates in STEM: Lessons from a Biology Scholars Program (BSP) Course

November 15, 2018, 12:00pm
In this interactive workshop, BSP Director/co-Founder, John Matsui will first discuss BSP’s approach to advising its members and then work with you to identify how to adapt and adopt this approach to advise all students beyond the program, especially those from backgrounds underrepresented in STEM.
Registration is unavailable.