Resources

Monmouth’s road to fully realized diversity, equity and inclusion is constant and requires no small amount of collaboration and introspection. As a part of that ongoing work, we’ve pulled together some components we’ve drawn best practice inspiration from in an effort to provide resources to the campus community. This list captures a fraction of information available; we encourage you to continue your learning.

Martin Luther King Jr. Workshop Series

The following workshops were sponsored by the Center for Civic and Social Change, Office of Intercultural Life and the Lux Center for Church and Religious Leadership.

What is Environmental Racism?

Dr. Petra Kuppinger (Anthropology, Monmouth College)
Feb. 18, 2021
Video of the Event

Are You Really Listening? Using Effective Listening Skills

Dr. Sarah Schoper (President, One Human Family — Macomb)
Feb. 18, 2021


Campus Conversations

Counseling Services

We provide counseling services to foster students’ growth in mind, body and spirit. Counselors offer flexible and varied approaches to help students accomplish their personal and academic goals and maximize their campus experience. Staff are experienced professionals who embrace a philosophy respectful of diversity. Any concern a student brings is treated with care and respect.

External Resources for Faculty & Staff

The Associated Colleges of the Midwest has curated resources for those working to advance diversity and inclusive equity in the liberal arts higher education setting:

Professional Development Workshops

How to Make Your Teaching More Inclusive – Advice Guide

Equality is Not the Same as Equity (Webinar)

Intercultural Development Inventory, LLC

The Intercultural Development Inventory® (IDI®) is the premier cross-cultural assessment of intercultural competence that is used by thousands of individuals and organizations to build intercultural competence to achieve international and domestic diversity and inclusion goals and outcomes.

We are pleased to have two IDI Qualified Administrators at the College (Regina Johnson, Trudi Peterson) and have begun to use the tool with College leadership. We will begin to engage our incoming students with the IDI as a part of their “Introduction to the Liberal Arts” course.