Here are some resources within the Georgia Tech community
- Institute Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
- LGBTQIA Resource Center
- Center for the Study of Women, Science and Technology (WST) at Georgia Tech promotes the recruitment, retention, and advancement of female students and faculty in science, technology, engineering and, math (STEM) fields.
- OMED: Educational Services Provides programs and pathways to success for traditionally underrepresented students: African-American, Hispanic/Latino, Native American, and Multiracial.
- Impact Living-Learning Community Provides a diverse living and learning community for first-year students interested in community service and engagement on campus and in the local Atlanta area.
- AAMI AAMI (African-American Male Initiative) is a University System of Georgia initiative. At Georgia Tech, it is also referred to as GT-PRIME.
- Office of Hispanic Initiatives As part of Institute Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, the Office of Hispanic Initiatives (OHI) provides programs and pathways to success for the Hispanic/Latino community at Georgia Tech.
- Inclusive Leaders Academy (13-week, self-guided certificate program for faculty and staff). The winter/spring 2022 deadline has passed: however, please visit their website for information about this dynamic program and future opportunities. You may also email email@example.com
- Diversity and Inclusion trainings
- Anti-Racism Resources
- Safe Space/Allyship Training
- Conflict Resolution and Ombuds
- VOICE: Sexual Violence Prevention & Victim-Survivor Support
Here are some resources outside of Georgia Tech
- Project Implicit – Take the Harvard Implicit Association Test
- Speak Up, Responding to Everyday Bigotry (Southern Poverty Law Center)
- Talking About Race (National Museum of African American History & Culture)
- Decision Tree – A framework for engaging in a meaningful local DEI effort (MIT Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Resources)
- Training Slides on Anti-Asian Bias (San Jose State University)
- Not In Our Town (A movement to stop hate, address bullying, and build safe inclusive communities for all)
- Addressing Islamophobia on College Campuses (American Council on Education – ACE)
- Stop Bullying (An official website of the United States Government)
External DEI Related Videos
- The Talking Booth (14:14 minute video. In October and November of 2015, booths were placed on a college campus inviting passersby to ask questions of members of various ethnic and cultural groups. What resulted was honest conversations about race, religion, identity, and the uniqueness of everyone’s personal experience.)