SEAS believes it is the responsibility of every member of our community to create a diverse and inclusive environment. The Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging provides a number of opportunities for individuals to engage in intergroup interactions; explore diversity, inclusion, and belonging best practices; and learn how to actively contribute to a safe environment. Please visit this page often to learn of upcoming educational opportunities and explore our training programs. In addition to the below opportunities, the Office of DIB is available to provide customized trainings for teams, student organizations, or lab groups. Please contact email@example.com for a consultation.
Upcoming Training Opportunities
Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging Lunch & Learn - September 11, 2019 @ 11 am - 12 pm
Building your Female Leadership Pool: Insights for Success from the University of Michigan (Webinar hosted by the American Society of Engineering Education)
Disability Inclusion - October 1, 2019 @ 10 am - 11:30 am
We have invited the Harvard Office of Disability Resources to provide us information on hosting accessible events and digital accessibility in addition to best practices around language and etiquette.
Developing my Individual Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging Plan - November 19, 2019 @ 12 pm - 1:30 pm
This training provides an overview of terminology and issues regarding diversity and inclusion. Participants walk away with actionable steps to increase inclusivity in their work and learning environments. Diversity 101 is offered twice a semester.
Harvard IDEAs is an eight session training program designed to build leadership capability and organizational capacity to advance inclusive excellence and belonging at Harvard. The program exploring issues of privilege, micro-aggressions, self-understanding/biases, engaging in difficult conversations, allyship, and creating inclusive excellence among staff and senior leaders. The goal of the program is to increase commitment from all staff employees to do their part and actively contribute to an inclusive environment -- management must possess diversity and inclusion competencies to lead and manage an engaged workforce and others must treat colleagues with respect by listening to different viewpoints and ideas; and embracing a culture of inclusion.
Harvard IDEAs is collaboration between SEAS, the Center for Public Leadership at Harvard Kennedy School, and Harvard Library.