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Inclusive Teaching at Duquesne University
Inclusive teaching is an explicit intellectual and affective inclusion of all students into our fields and disciplines, through course content, assessment, and/or pedagogy (Sheridan Center for Teaching and Learning.). Inclusive and equitable teaching is essential to Duquesne University's mission. Duquesne seeks to both to educate students in an environment that is socially just and to provide opportunities for cross-cultural learning, both on campus and beyond.
Where can you find resources and services at Duquesne University?
The Center for Excellence in Diversity and Student Inclusion
The Center for Excellence in Diversity and Student Inclusion helps by providing support services and opportunities for learning. The Center coordinates community-wide events and programs to celebrate, acknowledge campus leaders and raise awareness about critical issues.
Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE)
The Center for Teaching Excellence promotes excellence in teaching by getting to know our faculty and graduate students, learning from them, fostering leadership, and bringing people together from across the University.
Duquesne University Disability Services
Our diverse student body includes people of all abilities and disabilities. We have accommodations in place to help you through your academic courses and time at Duquesne University.
Learn more about Inclusive Teaching
Learn more through this suggested reading list (note that this list is a work-in-progress and is not exhaustive)