All UACOM-T faculty, residents/fellows, GRAs/GTAs, and COMT staff are expected to complete 6 hours of DEI credit during the academic year.
Expectations for Faculty, Residents/Fellows, GRAs/GTAs, and UArizona Staff:
Secure 6 hrs of DEI credit each academic year from credit-eligible events, including:
- Complete at least 1 Implicit Association Test (IAT) annually to receive 1 hour of DEI credit. Please take a screenshot of your completed IAT page for DEI credit documentation and submit here.
The College of Medicine Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is excited to announce DEI Credit Eligible online courses. In conjunction with the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, 5 self-paced courses from LinkedIn Learning are approved for up to 2 DEI Credit hours per academic year.
These courses provide a practical framework for understanding diversity, equity, and inclusion issues. At the end of each course a reflection activity has been designed for you to contextualize the new knowledge and its applicability to your work.
You may register for the online courses through the Office of Diversity and Inclusions Learning page. Once you have completed the course and reflection activity you will need to upload your "Course Certificate" here to receive credit for your completion. DEI Credit will only be approved for a total of 2 courses each academic year. These 2 courses are in addition to the 2 approved external DEI Events.
Please note that required Preventing Harassment and Discrimination training on EDGE Learning can also be approved as part of the 2 online courses taken for DEI credit. If you are due to register for this course, please visit EDGE Learning. Locate the “My Learning” section on the home page and select the “Preventing Harassment and Discrimination” course. Once the required components of the training are completed you must upload your course certificate here to receive the credit.
List of 5 self-paced courses from LinkedIn Learning:
- Stacey Gordon is a diversity, inclusion, and career strategist. In this video, she teaches you to recognize and acknowledge your biases when making decisions, engaging with colleagues, and working effectively in today's organizations. Stacey reveals the most common forms of unconscious bias and teaches you the skills to address them effectively.
Communicating about Culturally Sensitive Issues
- Discussions about cultural differences can be uncomfortable. They take courage. In this course, Duke University professor Dr. Daisy Lovelace shares principles and strategies to help you have more productive, meaningful conversations on diversity-related topics. She also outlines several techniques to help you navigate these difficult conversations.
Using Gender Inclusive Language
- In this course, instructor Lori Nishiura Mackenzie shows you how to create and hold space for others using gender-inclusive language at work. Language shapes how we understand ourselves, our world, and our relationships. The words we use can create a sense of belonging. Still, they can also be exclusionary without our realizing it, particularly when they touch on elements of our unique identities such as gender, race and ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, and more.
Dealing with Microaggressions as an Employee
- In this course, Toni Lowe, a sought-after speaker and senior HR leader specializing in diversity, inclusion, equity, and belonging, teaches you how to identify and address everyday, subtle, intentional and unintentional actions or behaviors that perpetuate bias toward marginalized groups in the workplace.
Confronting Bias: Thriving Across our Differences
- Find the greater meaning, well-being, and productivity by learning how to interact with others across differences. Continue your Thrive journey and discover how to create inclusive environments where everyone can thrive. In this course, Arianna Huffington and Verna Myers discuss the impact of our cultural lens on our daily relations and how to counter bias in our words and actions.