Sponsored by the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion, the Making Marquette Inclusive (MMI) discussion series provides faculty and staff with the opportunity to examine issues of diversity, equity and inclusion as they relate to our day-to-day work on this campus and to reinforce the value of working across differences.
Through short articles, videos, and a series of facilitated conversations, participants in this 10-week mini-course will explore themes such as implicit bias, privilege, microaggressions, the promotion of justice and effective dialogue orientations.
Participants will have the opportunity to demonstrate their understanding of the concepts, reflect on their relevance to their own lives, apply the concepts to their work and examine where they are/are not present.
To date, 21 cohorts of over 200 employees have participated in this program. Read what other participants have to say about their experience.
Several cohorts are available for the spring semester. Priority deadline to register is Thursday, Jan. 19.
This discussion series is simply a starting place and one of many opportunities for group and self-guided work around cultivating these critical understandings. Learn more about other offerings online.
For questions about MMI or other diversity and inclusion educational programs, contact Jacki Black, director of Hispanic initiatives and diversity and inclusion educational programming.