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Welcome to CELT's Inclusive and Equitable Teaching Page.

While all of our programs fully integrate diversity, equity, inclusion and justice principles and practices, these programs  specifically focus on these principles.

  • Equity & Inclusion Fellows Program: Reflect upon ways to integrate equitable, inclusive, and anti-racist practices into your teaching. (Spring, ~10 meetings)¬†
  • Pedagogical Partnership Program: Partner with a student for a semester to create innovative strategies for enhancing student engagement, increasing equity, and improving learning outcomes.
  • Antiracist Teaching Faculty Learning Community: Come together to share innovative practices and explore new concepts related to antiracist teaching, discuss ways to integrate these practices into their courses, and receive feedback on current challenges. (Monthly)
  • Assessment, Grading & Equity Faculty Learning Community: Create a space for instructors to share experiences, brainstorm, and support each other in exploring new practices to increase equity and learning in their courses. (2x per month)
  • Bridge program: Explore how historical legacies of racist policy and practice manifest in higher education today.

In this section, you will find recommendations and curated resources to guide you in creating an inclusive and equitable student experience. The page is designed to be read in order, but you can start at any place. If you would like a consultation with CELT staff about these practices, please free to contact us at