Community Learning Goals

Community learning goals are an opportunity for our community to share experiences that will support our growth around Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging.


SEAS DIB Community Learning Goals for 2023-2024:

  • Understanding Pronouns and Why They Matter 

  • Exploring Universal Design for Accessibility and Inclusion  

  • Understanding our Global Community through the Lens of Race and Gender 


Featured October Events

Accessibility by Design: A Teach-in on Disability for the SEAS Community

Accessibility by Design: A Teach-in on Disability for the SEAS Community is a two-day event series designed to support our community learning goal of Exploring Universal Design for Accessibility and Inclusion. Through these opportunities, SEAS community members can share in experiences that support growth around Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging. 

October 19, 2023

  • 11:45 AM Luncheon Keynote with Dr. Rory Cooper. 
  • 5:30 PM Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution Screening.

October 20, 2023

  • 10 AM Disability Inclusion Training by UDR. 
  • 12 PM DIB Fellows’ Disability Access Tabling. Maxwell Dworkin Lobby and SEC Lobby


Anyone with a disability who would like to request accommodations or who has questions about physical access may contact in advance of the program. 

Upcoming Learning Opportunities Fall 2023
Suggested Reading
  • Bell, A., Chetty, R., Jaravel, X., Petkova, N. and Van Reenen, J., 2019. Who becomes an inventor in America? The importance of exposure to innovation. The Quarterly Journal of Economics134(2), pp.647-713.

  • Copur-Gencturk, Y., Cimpian, J.R., Lubienski, S.T. and Thacker, I., 2020. Teachers’ bias against the mathematical ability of female, Black, and Hispanic students. Educational Researcher49(1), pp.30-43.

  • Kandaswamy, P., 2012. Gendering racial formation. Racial formation in the twenty-first century, pp.23-43. 

  • Black students in grades K-12. Journal of Economics, Race, and Policy3(3), pp.180-194.

  • Mills, C.W., 2019. The racial contract. Cornell University Press.Moss-Racusin, C.A., Sanzari, C., Caluori, N. and Rabasco, H., 2018. Gender bias produces gender gaps in STEM engagement. Sex Roles79, pp.651-670.

  • Omi, M. and Winant, H., 2014. Racial formation in the United States. Routledge.

  • Ramsay-Jordan, N.N., 2020. Hidden figures: How pecuniary influences help shape STEM experiences for