April 30, 2019
In the third installment of the Employment Lifecycle series, we break down the common myth that hiring for diversity means sacrificing quality, and how you can address the myth when you hear it.
April 24, 2019
This week, DiversityEdu casts The Lens on the Supreme Court's upcoming court cases, how TSA body scanners could be inherently biased, and how business leaders and job candidates with autism can work together.
April 17, 2019
Whether you're a teacher, a test developer, or even a restaurateur, your knowledge of the history of race in the US can impact your work.
April 16, 2019
Learn three ground rules for hiring with diversity competence: 1) Form a common definition of diversity, 2) address diversity resistance, and 3) agree to self-monitor for bias.
April 10, 2019
This week, read up on inclusion-informed design, the community response to the tragedy that recently befell Highlander Center, and how photographer JEB sought to increase visibility of lesbians in the '70s and '80s.
April 3, 2019
Meet the woman behind Hemingway's supposed "spare, masculine prose," learn about the characteristics and benefits of inclusive leadership, and see how Fyre Festival and Theranos illustrate bias against entrepreneurs of color.
April 2, 2019
The first post in the Employment Lifecycle blog series discusses the first step towards diverse hiring: developing a common definition of diversity for your organization.
March 27, 2019
In The Lens this week, we discuss how you can better support trans colleagues in the workplace, who really benefits from the concept of civility, and how volunteer task forces are pushing for underrepresented scientists to get...
March 20, 2019
Find out what we think the future holds for the environmental movement, along with how libraries enforce biases and how the recent college admissions scandal could hurt students with disabilities.
March 13, 2019
In DiversityEdu's THE LENS this week: Can believing in a meritocratic system actually make you justify inequality? What are Black models and actors speaking out about? And how can you follow the example of one Montana non-profit...