Posts tagged: Implicit bias - Diverse

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NASFAA Creates Toolkit to Reduce Implicit Bias in Financial Aid Policies

by | July 20, 2021 To mitigate the negative impact of implicit bias, specifically in college financial aid offices Read more

Virtual Book Club Puts Focus on Implicit Bias

by | August 10, 2020
To understand individual prejudice, the University of Houston-Downtown (UHD) has developed a vi [...] Read more

Our Children are Watching: Teachers, What are Your Non-Verbal Messages Saying to Our Black Students?

by | June 21, 2020
Due to racial injustices – profiling in society and in schools – Black caregivers are oblig [...] Read more

The Impact of Whiteness on Higher Education Hiring

by Frederick V. Engram, Jr. | August 14, 2019
Many African-Americans grow up knowing that you must be “twice as good to get half as far.” [...] Read more

Four Hiring Strategies for Increasing Faculty Diversity

by J. Luke Wood | July 17, 2019
Diversifying the faculty remains one of the most central challenges facing American higher educ [...] Read more

Convening Explores Strategies to Improve Grad Student Diversity

| March 26, 2019
Improving diversity, equity and inclusion in graduate education should involve intentional effo [...] Read more

CGS Meeting Hears Sobering Report on Black Student Access

| December 6, 2018
Institutional racism, White supremacy and anti-Black attitudes fuel underrepresentation of Bla [...] Read more

White Supremacy: Get Out the Way

by B. Nathan | August 31, 2018
Some might describe Ludacris’s (2001) song, "Move Bitch" as an anthem of fight, strength, and [...] Read more

Expert Helps Educators Adjust Implicit Biases

| June 11, 2018
Bentley Gibson had magical powers as a princess from another planet. At least, that’s how the [...] Read more

NADOHE Meeting Focuses on Best Practices for Diversity, Inclusion

by | March 8, 2018
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Diversity practitioners from schools across the country have gathered this [...] Read more

All Height Matters: Implicit Bias and Unearned Privileges

by Robin L. Hughes | October 10, 2016
A student asked me, “What does implicit bias look like? Give me some examples.” [...] Read more