5 Strategies for Teaching Students About Diversity & Inclusion Issues

Fostering inclusion on campus is important to your students. They want to learn how to communicate respectfully and address diversity issues like microaggressions, biases and stereotypes.

So, how can you help them?

Topics Covered in the Webinar

In this webinar Sondra Solovay, Esq., Vice President of Content and HR at Campus Answers, discusses five strategies you can use for educating your students on diversity and inclusion issues. 

  • Ways the growth in student diversity creates advantages and challenges¬†
  • Where training programs can fit into your overall diversity and inclusion plan
  • How you can use online and in-person training to reach students
  • Examples of how other campuses are educating and engaging students

Download the webinar recording now to learn more.

About the Presenters

Sondra Solovay, Esq

Sondra Solovay, EsqSondra Solovay, Esq. is the Vice President of Content and HR at Campus Answers. She has been teaching, training and consulting on diversity and discrimination issues for almost 20 years. She has published several books and articles on intersectional issues, with an emphasis on weight and disability discrimination.

She is passionate about eLearning, adult education, and product management. She has significant higher education experience, having served as core faculty at California's New College School of Law, Adjunct Professor of Law at JFK University, and as President of the Faculty Council and Adjunct Professor of Law at San Francisco Law School.


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