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University Libraries Diversity Council: FREE DEI Events & Resources

Mandatory VT Training

​​​​​​​Diversity: Inclusion in the Modern Workplace (~2 hours)

  • Office for Inclusion and Diversity / Online / Diversity Education offers this learning Diversity: Inclusion in the Modern Workplace to assist you in fostering an inclusive workplace. It offers words and tools for engaging positively with a world that is complex and diverse. We hope that the concepts presented, whether they be new or familiar to you, create a foundation upon which you answer the question: How will I make the Ut Prosim difference? If you are an individual with a disability or desire an accommodation, please contact Office for Inclusion and Diversity at
    Direct link:

VT Resources


Virtual Events

  • The Office for Inclusion & Diversity presents "Making the Chair Fit: LGBTQ+ Panel"

  • Munch & Mull Antiracist Community of Practice (UL-sponsored event)

  • ​​​​​​​Munch & Mull Antiracist Community of Practice (UL-sponsored event)

    • Wednesday 5/26 - 11am-Noon (and every 2 weeks afterwards)

      • Google Meet link:   

      • Back in the OutsideTimes, several of Teaching & Learning Engagement’s team members used to organize a monthly article discussion. We called it Munch & Mull because 1.) alliteration 2.) it happened during lunch time. Articles largely focused on pedagogy with the occasional few dealing with neoliberalism in the academy. In response to a communicated need for more no-barrier-to-entry antiracist education opportunities for our fellow library workers, it’s back. 

        • 5/26 plan:
          ​​​​​​​working meeting

Resources Beyond VT



Virtual Events

  • Critical Pedagogy Symposium

    • Monday 5/17-Wednesday 5/19 - 11-4 EST

      • Registration is free!: link to register

      • We will explore together a pedagogy that interrogates and explores frameworks of power. We're open to any framework of anti-oppression and vision of justice that can help us to do better work, to hold ourselves to a deeper accounting, and to think more rigorously and more clearly.
        The Symposium invites critiques along the lines of race/ethnicity, indigenous and decolonial perspectives, issues of labor and class, and inclusive of gender/sexuality.
        Featuring Keynotes:
        Opening Keynote: Jamillah Gabriel
        Closing Keynote: Cite Black Women in conversation with Black Women Radicals moderated by Shawn(ta) Smith-Cruz
        For more information about the program, see our website.
        The Critical Pedagogy Symposium is a collaborative project of ACRL/NY, LILAC, and METRO with additional support from Library Juice Press and NYU Libraries. If you have any questions, email us at


  • Johns Hopkins Science Writers' Boot Camp

    • Monday 6/7

      • Now in its 13th year, the Johns Hopkins Institute for Basic Biomedical Sciences gathers science writers for a free, daylong immersion in science and medicine. You'll hear from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine researchers and physicians as they present the latest advances in research and clinical care.
        Our next Science Writers' Boot Camp will be held virtually on Mon., June 7, 2021. We'll focus on the science of diversity. Science Writers' Boot Camp is open to science communicators of all types including writers, journalists, bloggers and public information officers.
        You'll receive additional emails when it's time to register. For now, mark your calendars and email us at with any questions.