How to integrate DEI into Wildlife and Natural Resource Curricula

Hosted By: College and University Education Working Group
Date: July 26, 1:00 pm

This interactive workshop is geared toward college and university educators in Fish and Wildlife, Natural Resource, and related fields. Presenters and participants will share strategies for infusing DEI work into their curricula to center equity and inclusion into environmental problem-solving. Participants will explore techniques for amplifying the perspectives of professionals from underrepresented identities, incorporating anti-racist approaches into one’s problem-solving toolbox, and enabling students to see their own pathway to becoming inclusive professionals.

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