The Diversity Toolkit provides links to publications and electronic resources to institutionalize cultural knowledge and diversity at Armstrong. This toolkit was compiled as part of EDI's ongoing effort to provide a resource to the Armstrong community to help manage the many facets of diversity and inclusion.
The Diversity Toolkit is designed to create a meaningful blueprint that includes sustained inquiry, examination of challenges, and meet the needs of colleagues and students as they explore the territory of diversity and inclusion.
Articles & Websites
- "A Threat in the Air: How Stereotypes Shape Intellectual Identity and Performance" Steele
- "Communicating Across Cultural Barriers" Adler
- "Southern Discomfort" Clark, Eno & Guadagno
- "Stereotype threat and the cognitive performance of the adolescent immigrants: The role of cultural identity strength" Weber, Appel, & Kronberger
Diversity, Inclusion & Leadership
- "Diversity Matters" Hunt, Layton & Prince
- "Faculty Experiences with Bullying in Higher Education. Causes, Consequences, and Management" Keashly & Neuman
- "Guess Who Doesn't Fit In At Work" Rivera
- "Interrupting the Usual: Successful Strategies for Hiring Diverse Faculty" Smith, Turner, Osei-Kofi, & Richards
- "How Not to Be Manterrupted in Meetings:A guide for Women, Men & Bosses" Bennett
- "Speaking While Female" Sandberg & Grant
- "Transgender Lives: Your Stories" New York Times
- "Fight fire with Funny" Catharsis Productions
- "Sexual Orientation Glossary" Chanel Haley of Equality Foundation of Georgia
- "Managing Generational Diversity at the Workplace: Expectations and Perceptions of Different Generations of Employees" Angeline
EDI - Training
Stereotype / Bias Reduction review best practices for reducing stereotypes and prejudices in the workplace.
Intercultural Conflict Style
Intercultural Conflict Style reviews the tools for identifying core approaches for resolving conflict across cultural and ethnic differences.
OUCH! That Stereotype Hurts
OUCH! That Stereotype Hurts is a seasonal training routinely offered in Armstrong's Fall semesters. This training is designed to increase the ability to create an inclusive environment where all are welcomed, treated with respect and able to do their best work. Register here.