Canada Research Chairs Program – Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Action Plan

An action plan implemented by the Canadian government to improve higher education access for women, persons with disabilities, indigenous peoples, and other minority groups. This resource provides a step-by-step guide for creating and implementing a diversity and inclusion action plan. Visit the website to view the full resource.  Facebook Twitter Linkedin

Borderless Higher Education for Refugees (BHER)

Borderless Higher Education for Refugees (BHER) is a Canadian digital resource advocating for educational programs for displaced persons. The website features research, advocacy resources, and student success stories. Visit the site here. Facebook Twitter Linkedin

Advancing Diversity and Inclusion in Higher Education: Key Data Highlights Focusing on Race and Ethnicity and Promising Practices

A book produced by the United States Department of Education laying out current data on race and ethnic diversity in American higher education as well as promising practices for how to improve diversity on college campuses. Read and download the full report here. Facebook Twitter Linkedin

“A War Of Words America Is In The Middle Of A Battle Over The Meaning Of Words Like ‘Diversity’”

This is an article by Jennifer Mercieca at Texas A&M University in the United States exploring debates over how to discuss diversity in American higher education. A full version of the article can be read here. Facebook Twitter Linkedin

Proceedings from the 12th Annual Strategic Leaders Global Summit on Graduate Education

Proceedings from the 2018 CGS/ETS Global Summit, which was held at the University of Johannesburg in South Africa. The conference featured panel presentations by leading experts in graduate education from around the world on topics related to improving diversity and inclusiveness in global graduate education. The proceedings can be found here and more information on […]

100 Ways to Indigenize and Decolonize Academic Programs and Courses

Linked below is a list of 100 recommendations for how to make academic programs more inclusive of indigenous students and indigenous ways of knowing. It was compiled by Dr. Shaunee Pete at the University of Regina in Saskatchewan, Canada. Read the full list of recommendations here.  Facebook Twitter Google-plus