Inclusive Excellence in Professional Studies
•Incorporating Diversity into a History of Psychology Course (PDF) – From Branche, J. etal. Cultural Diversity Across the Curriculum. (2007). Overview of one professor’s motivation and efforts to modify a course with an eye toward diversity and multiculturalism.
•Discovering Diversity in Introductory Economics (PDF) – Bartlett, R.L. The Journal of Economic Perspectives, Vol. 10, No. 2 (Spring 1996). Describes the value of incorporating race, gender, and diverse perspectives in introductory economics courses, and offers texts, resources and strategies.
•Diversity in Management and Marketing (PDF) – Hazen, M. A. and Higby, M.A. Journal of Management Education. (Jun 2005; 29, 3). Overview of interdisciplinary MBA course that includes a list of implications for instructors interested in incorporating diversity in business-related courses.
•Strategies for Developing a Critical Perspective About Business and Management Communication (PDF) – Cokcburn-Wootten, C. and Cockburn, T. Business Communication Quarterly, Vol. 74, No. 1 (March 2011). Focuses on teachers interested in integrating critical perspectives about business communication into their courses.
Have you or one of your colleagues transformed a course with an eye toward diversity and inclusion? We would like to post updated syllabi as resources for others! Please email it to us by clicking here.
•Managing Diversity. College of Charleston, School of Business and Economics. Dr. Rene Dentiste Mueller.
•Diversity Awareness for Business. The University of Iowa, College of Business. Todd Parks and Carlos Serrato.
• Multicultural Psychology. Widener University, Psychology Department. Lori Simons, Ph.D.