Purpose

The UVU Foundations of Inclusion is a workshop series designed to introduce faculty, staff, and administrators to topics related to diversity and inclusion. There are three sets of workshops organized into Positionality, Intersectionality, and Relationality modules. The workshops follow an Awareness-Understanding-Skill Development model.

Orientation

Register for orientation

Orientation is recommended but not required.

Foundations of Inclusion Certification

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Foundations of Inclusion certification

Global Intercultural Initiative for Faculty

Flags from various countries
Global Intercultural Initiative

Positionality modules

  • Accessibility, ADA, & Autism
  • Ageism
  • Class & Socioeconomic Status
  • Gender
  • Global Competence
  • Green Zone
  • Interreligious, Interfaith, & Worldview
  • Mental Health
  • Queer Identity & Sexuality
  • Race & Ethnicity
  • Supporting Undocumented Students

Intersectionality modules

  • Intersectionality*

Relationality modules

  • Dialogue*
  • Microaggressions
  • Anti-Racism, Racial Justice, & Whiteness*
  • Relationality (Spring; only for those who have completed a FOI certificate)

*Complete recommended workshop(s) before registering for this workshop (see Bridge for details)