Integrating topics of diversity into psychology courses can help students to understand the complexity of sociocultural and international diversity. Departments that value and foster diversity in faculty can contribute as well.
For Undergraduate Educators
- Teaching Gender and Multicultural Awareness: Provides information about how to integrate topics of diversity into a variety of psychology courses and programs of study.
- Charting the Future of Undergraduate Psychology: Educators consider steps to introduce the discipline to a new — and much different — generation of students.
- Integrating Aging Topics Into Psychology: A Practical Guide for Teaching Undergraduates: Provides psychology instructors with practical instruction for integrating aging and adult development topics into their courses.
- How to Recruit and Hire Ethnic Minority Faculty: Offers detailed process on method for conducting search and selecting candidates from The Commission on Ethnic Minority Recruitment, Retention, and Training in Psychology.
- Valuing Diversity in Faculty: A Guide: Advice on how to handle problems and pitfalls and implementing concrete actions.
For Undergraduate Students
Diversity Fund Undergraduate Award: This award is given in an effort to increase the degree of diversity within personality and social psychology.
Related Web Information
- APA Division 2: Teaching Psychology Resources — Diversity Information