Diversity-related trainings

Below are various trainings available on the UA campus related to diversity and inclusion. Please review the department's website for further information on training and scheduling. 

 

Training Description Contact Information Website
Preventing Discrimination and Harassment Training  Through a series of engaging scenarios and activities, you will learn important principles and develop skills to enhance your working and educational relationships.

Office of Institutional Equity

520-621-9449

http://equity.arizona.edu/training/online-training
Safe ZONE  Training  Safe Zone is a campus-wide training program committed to making The University of Arizona a safer, more welcoming, and inclusive environment for members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ+) community. The intention of the program is to shift campus climate through education.

LGBTQ Affairs

To request a training: https://lgbtq.arizona.edu/node/43  

 

https://lgbtq.arizona.edu/safe-zone
Wildcat UndocuPeers Training This training includes a presentation, discussions, and action planning. Participants will receive an overview of terminology, policies, and legislation that impact students from immigrant and refugee backgrounds, and will develop ways to support undocumented and DACA students at the UA.

Immigrant Student Resource Center (ISRC)

Contact ISRC Coordinator Matt Matera at mtmatera@email.arizona.edu 

https://eao.arizona.edu/isrc/isrc-training
Inclusive and Accessible Design Presentation Series  You can find presentations related to 1) Planning events for everyone 2) Creating content for everyone and 3) Designing Marketing for everyone.  In all sessions, you will learn about principles of inclusive and accessible designs to events, content, and marketing.  Rebecca Blakiston at blakisto@email.arizona.edu  https://itaccessibility.arizona.edu/presentation-series
UA Veteran Alliance Training

A training for faculty and staff to gain an understanding of the military experience and issues that affect military-connected students. This training will look at the diversity and strengths this population brings to the classrooms and campus while exploring the many resources the University of Arizona has available for students and their families. Participants can possibly receive the UA VET Ally placard if all trainings and modules are completed.

Contact the VETS Student Center at vetsofc@email.arizona.edu or 520.626.8380  https://vets.arizona.edu/ua-vet-alliance