The Office of Global Inclusion, Diversity, and Strategic Innovation invites the NYU community to learn more about practices, appoaches, and methods which promote holistic diversity and inclusion inside the classroom and beyond.
At NYU, we are fortunate to have scores of faculty whose scholarship focused on inclusion, diversity, belonging, and equity, across disciplines. Below, please find a selection of videos from faculty members about critical inquiry, bias, stereotypes, and more.
- Dolly Chugh: "The Person You Mean to Be: How Good People Fight Bias" | Talks at Google
- Kenji Yoshino - Uncovering the Hidden Assault on Our Civil Rights
- Roscoe Brown - NYU's history of how diversity helped to shape the university
- NYU Steinhardt Faculty First-Look - Why is Diversity in Higher Education Important?
- Dolly Chugh - How Data Enlighten Our Understanding of Racial Bias
- Jay Van Bavel - Group Bias, and Replication
- Andrei Cimpian - The Brilliance Barrier: Stereotypes about Brilliance are an Obstacle
- Gayatri Gopinath - Queer Spaces/Queer Identities
- Wendy Martin - IDEAS: Inventing, designing, and engineering on the autism spectrum
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In this slide deck, learn how to help mitigate bias during a search process.