UofL Vision Statement
The University of Louisville will be recognized as a great place to learn, discover, connect and work because we celebrate diversity, foster equity and strive for inclusion.
Cardinal Anti-Racism Agenda
This site highlights the historic steps, current and ongoing initiatives, and future actions enacted or needed to help us achieve this goal.
Building the Premier Anti-Racist University
Diversity & Anti-Racism Resources at UofL
Counseling Center (including support for race-based trauma)
Anti-Racism Resources (outside UofL)
American Psychological Association. (2021). Inclusive language guidelines.
Diversity and Anti-Racism Training Opportunities
NCFDD Guest Webinar: Presumed Incompetent II: Lessons from the Struggles and Victories of Women of Color in Academia (Carmen Gonzalez, JD)
Tue, Jan 18, 2022
2:00pm - 3:00pm ET
To register, go to National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity and click on Events. If you are not already a member of NCFDD, use your UofL email address to claim your free membership. To view past webinars, click on Library and select "Race and Diversity" from the dropdown menu in the Search bar for past recordings.
PAST OR ONGOING EVENTS
Click on links below to learn more about possible upcoming trainings or links to past recordings.
Professional Development & Diversity in Psychology
For UofL Graduate Students and Faculty!
National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity - use your UofL email address to claim your free membership
Diversity-Focused Societies and Professional Organizations in Psychology
The SPARK Society - sponsored by NSF - The mission of SPARK Society is to increase the numbers of Black/African Americans, LatinX, and Native Americans in cognitive psychology, cognitive science, and allied fields