This training using a series of engaging scenarios and activities, will help you learn important principles and develop skills to enhance your working and educational relationships.
This training, Safe Zone, is a campus-wide training program committed to making The University of Arizona a safer, more welcoming, and inclusive environment for members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ+) community. LGBTQ Affairs.
Participants will receive an overview of terminology, policies, and legislation that impact students from immigrant and refugee backgrounds and will develop ways to support undocumented and DACA students at the UA. Immigrant Student Resource Center (ISRC).
This training includes presentations related to 1) Planning events for everyone; 2) Creating content for everyone; and 3) Designing Marketing for everyone. In all sessions, you will learn about principles of inclusive and accessible designs to events, content, and marketing.
This training will look at the diversity and strengths that military-connected students bring to the classrooms and campus while exploring the many resources the University of Arizona has available for students and their families. Participants can possibly receive the UA VET Ally placard if all trainings and modules are completed.
The First Cats First-Gen Intro Training is the first in a series of professional development trainings to provide faculty and staff with knowledge, tools and ideas for how they can center the experience of first-generation college students in their work.