Aimed at faculty who have not yet made diversity a major focus of their teaching but are interested in doing so, the institute is also appropriate for faculty in the sciences who wish to adopt principles of active learning, learning styles, and other pedagogical approaches to promote an inclusive classroom environment. Learn more...
Bring aspiring educators together to engage proactively in complex discussions about aspects of diversity at Cornell and beyond. Co-sponsored by CU-CIRTL.
Brings together a community of leaders interested in creating inclusive teaching programming on their campuses. The workshop is designed to prepare new and seasoned trainers in the development of a diversity institute tailored to your institution.
The Center for Teaching Excellence recognizes that diversity and inclusion have a direct impact on learning. This page provides an overview of the diversity resources the CTE offers in relation to teaching and learning at Cornell.
Faculty Institute for Diversity
A program that brings faculty together for two days to engage in discussions and workshops exploring issues of diversity and inclusive teaching practices.
The CTE can provide customized workshops for departments on incorporating diversity into new or existing courses and implementing inclusive teaching strategies.
GET SET Workshop Series
Offers graduate students and postdocs an opportunity to participate in weekly workshops and brownbag sessions throughout the semester. Some sessions are directly related to diversity and inclusive teaching practices:
- Reaching Out to All of Your Students: Culture and Diversity in the Classroom
- Enhance your Teaching by Understanding Students
- Building a Collaborative Learning Environment
- See a full listing of GET SET workshops here.
Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching and Learning (CU-CIRTL)
Cornell University is part of the CIRTL Network, which includes 25 top research universities, with coordination from the University of Wisconsin – Madison. The mission of CU-CIRTL “is to prepare graduate students and postdocs for the future professoriate, with a focus on three areas: evidence-based practice of teaching in higher education, inclusive teaching and learning, and mentoring undergraduates, graduate students, and postdocs.” See the CU CIRTL web site for more information.
The Center for Integrating Research, Teaching and Learning’s (CIRTL) web pages have case studies on issues of inclusivity in the classroom and other resources related to diversity.
CTE Web Resources for Engaging Students in Inclusive Classrooms
CTE Topic Overviews Related to Diversity (PDFs)
Please note that these PDF files require a CU NetID to access. The links will direct you to a login page.
"Toward New Destinations" Cornell's institutional university diversity plan.