Institutional Diversity & Equity

The Office of Institutional Diversity & Equity (IDE) creates partnerships with offices and individuals across the institution to provide resources that promote access, respect, and community for all.

  • We are Equal Opportunity & Affirmative Action: Processes and Policies
  • We are Disability Resources: Access and Accommodation
  • We are Research & Planning: Information and Analysis
  • We are Training & Educational Programs: Excellence and Leadership
  • We are Support: Collaboration and Resources
  • We are Consultation: Assessing and Strategizing
  • We are Outreach Projects & Programming: Community Building & Awareness

Upcoming Events

Trainings

Cultivating an Inclusive Community
(formerly 'Implicit Bias in the Workplace')

This interactive virtual workshop presented by the Office of Institutional Diversity & Equity (IDE) provides a framework for understanding implicit bias and its impact. Through guided discussion and activities, participants will explore strategies for disrupting implicit bias and identify ways that we can each help to build an inclusive community. The sessions will run on a regular basis and are open to all employees. Pre-registration is required, and space is limited.


Events

Model Minority/Model Enemy: Anti-Asian/American Bias in the Age of COVID covid panel flyer
Panel Discussion
Thursday, August 13, 2020 at 4:00 PM ET
Registration required: 
http://dartgo.org/AntiAsianBias

Since the first days Asian immigrants came to the United States, as either international students or strikebreakers, Asian Americans have historically been used as either a model minority or a hated one depending on whether the American power structure needed a collaborator or an enemy in order to maintain the status quo. Now the COVID-19 pandemic has shown us new ways these old myths can be used against us. Join us for a moderated panel conversation on the reinvention of these racist stereotypes accompanying the rise of racist and xenophobic incidents targeting Asians and Asian Americans, and explore ways we can create the solidarities needed to advocate for justice in our communities.

  • Panelists:
    Yusaku Horiuchi, Professor of Government and Mitsui Professor of Japanese
    Studies, Dartmouth College
    Grace Kao, Chair and IBM Professor of Sociology, Yale University and Director,
    Center for Empirical Research on Stratification and Inequality (CERSI)
    Erika Lee, Regents Professor of History and Asian American Studies, University
    of Minnesota and Director, Immigration History Research Center
  • Moderated by Alexander Chee, Associate Professor of English and Creative
    Writing, Dartmouth College

Presented by the Office of Institutional Diversity & Equity (IDE), the Office
of Pluralism and Leadership (OPAL), and the Asian & Pacific Islander Caucus
(APIC).

News & ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Inclusive Excellence
Dartmouth launches Inclusive Excellence site. Read more about the initiative here.