These sites offer examples of pedagogical strategies used by faculty at James Madison University for inclusive course instruction. For easy reference, the strategies are grouped by the diversity topic that the instructor targeted (such as race/ethnicity, age, or socioeconomics). Many of them, however, can be modified to fit other topics, so please feel free to browse. The second site provides additional inclusive teaching resources.
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ALANA draws its name from African, Latino, Asian and Native American and serves as a network offering professional support and fosters a sense of community among multicultural faculty and staff. More Information
Created through a partnership between the General Education Diversity Board and the Center for faculty Innovation, this site offers examples of pedagogical strategies used by faculty at JMU. For easy reference, the
strategies are grouped by the diversity topic that the instructor targeted (such as race/ethnicity, age, or socioeconomics). Many of them, however, can be modified to fit other topics, so please feel free to browse.
The vision of the JMU Interfaith Coalition is to facilitate mutual understanding of any and all religions and world views, and to promote positive civic engagement in the JMU and local communities. Visit Website
The Center for Faculty Innovation is dedicated to providing support for faculty in their multidimensional roles with the belief that faculty innovation and excellence are an ongoing interplay of teaching, scholarship, service, and leadership.
Professors in residence work with high schools to recruit students to JMU and encourage college application and enrollment in general. There are always opportunities for faculty to join the program.
The Office of Equal Opportunity provides resources for search committees and works to ensure fair and equitable hiring practices throughout JMU.
The Furious Flower Poetry Center aims to advance the genre of African American Poetry by providing opportunities for education, research, and publication.
The Office of Training and Development collaborates with OSAP to lead various training programs designed to serve the JMU campus throughout the academic school year.
Multicultural attaches are students who are trained to facilitate and/or participate in classroom dialogues about diversity.