A range of workshops are available either as live online sessions, in-person sessions or pre-recorded webinars for faculty, postdocs, graduate students and academic department staff. Workshops can be customized and tailored to meet the specific needs of your department’s populations. A typical departmental training plan is one selected workshop delivered each semester over a period of several academic years.
Academic departments typically partner with the Office of the Provost to select one workshop per semester over the course of three academic years for faculty, postdocs, staff and/or graduate students.
Pre-Recorded Video Webinars
The following asynchronous video resource materials provide foundational information for academic units regarding bias and micro-messaging in academic workplaces:
- Implicit Bias in the Academic Search Process (20 minutes)
- Interrupting Bias in the Hiring Process (12 minutes)
- Implicit Bias in the Graduate Admissions Process (13 minutes)
- Responding to Bias: Bystander Intervention and Reporting for Princeton Faculty (15 minutes)
- Micro-Messaging (15 minutes)
The following workshops are live events, which are available either in-person or online, based on your preferences: