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#DiversityinHigherEd – Confronting Microaggressions in the Classroom

As diversity in higher education becomes more of a focal point and a means to reflect on our own institutions and practices as academics, we will be re-posting material related to these issues on the first Thursday of every month (second Thursday this month). This post is borrowed from Conditionally Accepted. 3 Approaches for Confronting […]

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#DiversityinHigherEd – Racial exclusions in scholarly citations

As diversity in higher education becomes more of a focal point and a means to reflect on our own institutions and practices as academics, we will be re-posting material related to these issues on the first Thursday of every month. This post is borrowed from Conditionally Accepted. The Racial Politics of Citation  By Victor Ray […]

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#DiversityinHigherEd – Mentors and role models

As diversity in higher education becomes more of a focal point and a means to reflect on our own institutions and practices as academics, we will be re-posting material related to these issues on the first Thursday of every month. This post is borrowed from Conditionally Accepted. Defying the Odds By Chanda Prescod-Weinstein In physics, we […]

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#DiversityinHigherEd – Graduate students doing diversity work

As diversity in higher education becomes more of a focal point and a means to reflect on our own institutions and practices as academics, we will be re-posting material related to these issues on the first Thursday of every month. This post is borrowed from Conditionally Accepted.   Hitting the Wall By Prabhdeep Kehal I have […]

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