- Gain specific knowledge and skills to contribute to a welcoming and inclusive environment on campus, including:
- Enhanced intrapersonal and critical awareness regarding the role one’s positionality can play in fostering (or impeding) a more inclusive campus
- A better understanding of, and empathy for, the experiences of specific identity and cultural groups
- Increased understanding of patterns of marginalization and systems of oppression
- Improved communication skills for communicating effectively across difference and breaking down barriers to inclusion
- Demonstrate your commitment to continuous efforts towards a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive Boise State University.
- Become a campus leader who is better prepared to promote and support diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts.
The BUILD (Boise State Uniting for Inclusion and Leadership in Diversity) certificate program supports campus educators to gain knowledge and skills to contribute to a welcoming and inclusive environment on campus, demonstrate your commitment to our continuous efforts towards an inclusive Boise State University, and become a campus leader who is better prepared to promote and support inclusion and diversity efforts. Enroll in the BUILD Certificate Program. Contact Tasha Souza (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions about the BUILD Certificate Program.
This list is comprised with other opportunities that count towards the BUILD Certificate program that are not hosted by the CTL.
Friday, February 28, 10:30 AM; RUCH Building: ENG 110
Registration is not necessary, though seating is limited.
As part of the School of Materials Seminar Series, Professor Christine Ortiz will facilitate a morning event, “Promise and Peril: Socially-Directed Science and Technology.”
Professor Ortiz will discuss trends and opportunities to bridge disciplinary boundaries and professional practices, to foster deep learning, personal transformation and civic responsibility through socially-directed scientific and technological inquiry. Building on her experience as a scientist, engineer, researcher, educator, administrative leader, and social entrepreneur she will share her insights visiting institutions across the world and for envisioning and fostering change in higher education.
Wednesday, March 4th
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Simplot Ballroom, Student Union Building