Self-Guided Learning 

There are many ways to continue your education on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) to be a leader in our CU community. We have created learning guides* to help start the conversation and begin your life-long learning process related to DEI with internal and external resources on the following topics:

  • Bystander Intervention
  • Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI) 101
  • Gender Visibility
  • Intersectionality
  • Relationship Violence

These learning guides were created to serve as educational tools for anyone; including, but not limited to, students, staff, faculty, community members, facilitators, academic audiences, etc. Furthermore, those viewing the pages may be persons who have experienced harm and are seeking support and/or those who do this work and are looking for resources to share within their personal and professional circles.

Note*: The content provided in these guides serve as a starting point for you to begin laying the foundations of your DEI learning. While we could customize a training on this topic for you, we highly encourage you to reach out to the office(s)/center(s) listed within each topic to find additional resources, facilitated training opportunities, and learning tools to further your education.

What are important considerations to acknowledge while engaging within DEI learning spaces?

Available Learning Guides

Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion 101 Guide

Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) work represents a historical function and is a practicing science. We ask that any redistribution or reproduction of content is credited appropriately to the creators of the content, and if applicable, credited to any scholars or outside resources that were acknowledged and cited in adapted content.

Credit: Sara D. Anderson, Karissa Stolen, and Paulina Venzor, 2020, Office of Equity at the University of Colorado Denver and University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus