Tools, Tips and Techniques

Want to know what you can do to promote diversity on campus? Looking for an idea you can use in class or incorporate into your research? Interested in knowing what others are doing to recruit and retain employees and students of color?
We have developed this page to share interesting tips, techniques and techniques we either use ourselves or we have found by searching the web. We welcome your ideas and suggestions and will add them to this page.

Practices for Scholarly Activity

The Civil Rights Project - is a leading organization devoted to civil rights research.

Practices in Community Service

National Extension Diversity Center - a resource for extension professionals seeking ways to effectively serve and educate diverse populations. Readers are invited to share their successes, failures, program ideas and resources.

Practices in Employment

Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) - the world's largest association devoted to human resource management. The organization's diversity webpages provides information regarding recruitment practices, retention programs, employee training, mentor programs, and techniques for measuring results.

Practices in Teaching

American Association of Colleges and Universities - AAC&U has provided national leadership on the issue of diversity in higher education since 1971. Of special interest are the site's resources for curriculum change.
Teaching Tolerance - supports the efforts of K-12 teachers and other educators to promote respect for differences and appreciation of diversity. It servers a clearinghouse of information about anti-bias programs and activities being implemented in schools across the country. The site is a web project of the Southern Poverty Law Center.
University of Maryland Diversity Database - The University of Maryland's Diversity Database is a comprehensive index of multicultural and diversity resources.