Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion's Unit & Department Courses
A variety of campus initiatives ensure UC Davis’s commitment to a discrimination-free work and learning environment by providing cultural competency education, forums for discussing and reporting concerns, services for working through challenges to achieve learning goals and tools to ensure equitable access to learning and workplace resources.
Courses around topics include:
- Conducting Culturally Inclusive Trainings
- Conflict Management: Diversity in Conflict Modes
- Inclusive Advising, Inclusive Classrooms, Inclusive Leadership, Inclusive Tutoring
- Intercultural Recruitment and Selection
- Is it Bullying? Awareness, Understanding & Strategies in Dealing with Abrasive Behaviors in the Workplace
- Leading and Managing in a Multicultural Community
- Making the Unconscious Conscious: Understanding and Mitigating Bias
- Microaggressions: Towards Greater Awareness and Understanding
Campus Dialogue and Deliberation
The Office of Campus Dialogue and Deliberation (CDD) seeks to strengthen UC Davis as a civic-minded campus. CDD aims to support, create, convene, design and facilitate civic engagement regarding issues that are important to the UC Davis community. It also aims to be an active participant in resolving group conflicts and disputes. Moreover, the office educates the members of the community about dialogue and deliberation and provides useful resources about these topics. CDD works with campus partners such as Student Affairs, the Academic Senate, ASUCD, Staff Assembly and more to accomplish these goals.
UCD Human Resources Diversity Education Program
UC Davis offers a number of professional development and training opportunities to support their mission of developing the talent of our workforce and creating inclusive and culturally aware staff.
Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusions' Centers, Services, and Committees
Many campus units maintain web pages that link to resources targeted specifically for faculty, staff, graduate students, undergraduates and people with disabilities, respectively.