About Trainings

 
Professional Learning

Diversity and Inclusion Education and Training enhance the Institute’s commitment to creating an inclusive and welcoming campus community. The unit develops and leads a broad range of education and training focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion issues that are available to all members of the Tech community. 

Man teaching workshop in room full of people - text on image: Implicit Bias and the Tenure Process

Implicit Bias and the Tenure Process workshops are tailored to provide insight into how implicit bias can impact processes related to tenure. Participants will learn:

  • An introduction to the concept of implicit bias and how these unconscious, automatic mental processes may impact behaviors such as evaluating candidates during faculty search and/or RPT processes
  • Empirical research on vitae, letters of recommendations, and teaching evaluations to illustrate the impact of implicit bias on decisions
  • Effective practices and strategies for faculty search and RPT committees.
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Institute Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion's Education and Training workshops are designed to help faculty and staff understand how implicit bias can impact various processes, and provide solutions on how to mitigate bias.

All Georgia Tech faculty and staff are invited to register for one of the following trainings, which will be offered throughout the semester.

  • Implicit Bias and Search Committees
  • Implicit Bias and Workplace Dynamics
  • Addressing Microaggressions

Please see below for additional diversity-related training resources for the Georgia Tech campus community:

Staff Diversity, Inclusion, and Engagement

Counseling Center Diversity and Inclusion

Student Diversity Programs