Educational Resources

Educational resources available at UT:

- Diversity Education Certificate: The Division of Diversity and Community Engagement and Human Resources have collaborated to offer a Diversity Education Certificate through UT Learn Courses. This offers UT Austin employees the opportunity to take a number of courses to learn more about managing diverse teams and working with students, staff and faculty from all backgrounds as well as how campus climate, Title IX, and implicit bias can affect our culture at work.  To learn more visit: https://diversity.utexas.edu/certificate/

- DCE VP Dr. Leonard N. Moore’s class, History of the Black Experience: This short course looked at the Black experience in America, with a particular emphasis on the period from 1865 to the present.  Click here for the playlist of lectures from this class (available on youtube).

Workshops from the Gender and Sexuality Center: https://diversity.utexas.edu/genderandsexuality/trainings-workshops/workshops/

-disABILITY advocacy training from Services for Students with Disabilities: https://diversity.utexas.edu/disability/disability-advocate-trainings/

- Dr. Edmund Gordon's Racial Geography Tour: A walking tour of UT Austin that shows how racism, patriarchy, and politics are baked into the landscape and architecture of the campus. Click here to sign up for a tour or view the virtual tour.

Outside resources:

Academics for Black Survival and Wellness:  A group of Black counseling psychologists and their colleagues who practice Black allyship. Guided by a Black feminist frame, we hope to foster accountability and growth for non-Black people and enhance healing and wellness for Black people.