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Infusing Domestic and Global Perspectives into Your DEI Initiatives

Creating and maintaining an inclusive and welcoming environment for everyone on a campus is necessary to recruit and retain diverse faculty, students, and staff, as well as to create an environment that promotes Global Citizenship to reflect an increasingly global society. Yet at most institutions, DEI initiatives only focus on domestic diversity and lack a global perspective. […]

R1 Our Way: Celebrating Workload Equity and the First Cohort of DEAP Teams on April 13th

Community Commons 2600

Join Provost Clark on April 13th in celebrating the accomplishments of the first cohort of Department Equity Action Planning (DEAP) teams, who have been working hard on workload equity in their departments. This is a great opportunity to reflect on concrete strategies to improve equity for faculty and learn about the work of the Higher […]

Resilient Leadership for Chairs and Directors


Virtual Workshop: Chairs and Directors are aware that leading in times of crisis is challenging. It can be difficult to combat the time that is consumed by day-to-day operational tasks and leaders may struggle to find time and energy to dedicate toward strategic thinking. On April 24 from 9:00 – 11:00 am, this workshop will […]

Ideas to Impact Spring ‘23 Faculty Workshop

AAC 290

In Fall ‘22, Provost Clark held the first Ideas to Impact Faculty Workshop. The purpose of that workshop was to engage DU faculty in sparking the next generation of interdisciplinary, big ideas, creating attractive opportunities for investment, and engaging the DU community in the development of eight white papers. Building on the momentum of the […]

Heart of Higher Education Conversations


The Heart of Higher Education is an opportunity to gather as a DU community to share the challenges and opportunities of transcending the institutional, professional and personal choices that tend to separate core identity/integrity from day to day actions. The meetings are open to all faculty (of any rank) and staff (of any title). The […]

SoTL Research Symposium 2023

Community Commons - Roof Top

The Office of Teaching and Learning is excited to host the inaugural Annual SoTL Research Symposium on October 12, 2023. Scholarship of Teaching and Learning involves systematic research in pedagogical and curricular design, as well as the empirical evaluation of practices that affect student learning. SoTL research is an example of reflective practice in higher education […]

Neurodiversity Institute Day 2

Mountain View Room (Ruffatto Hall 401)

In partnership with the Learning Effectiveness Program (LEP) and the Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs (VPFA), the Office of Teaching and Learning is excited to announce the fifth Neurodiversity Institute! This in-person, two day event focuses on exploring the critical themes of neurodiversity, accessibility, and Universal Design for Learning (UDL). This winter's Neurodiversity Institute will be held on Tuesday, December 5th, and Wednesday, December 6th, 2023. […]

Faculty Advisor and Mentor Winter Training

AAC 342

Advising and mentoring: we all do it . . . but where does it “count” in our workload? How can we talk about these important roles and the impact they have on student success in a way that is honored in the annual review? Just in time for that process, this workshop will give you […]