ADEA Diversity Workshop Series
The ADEA Diversity Workshop Series provides dental school administrators, faculty and staff with the tools and strategies to promote and capitalize on the role of diversity in achieving academic excellence within health professions education. ADEA hosted the first
workshop in the series,
Setting the Standard for Diversity and Accreditation, in Chicago, IL in October 2015. The third workshop,
A Shift in Diversity Work: Moving Toward Inclusive Excellence, is set to take place in Columbus, OH on October 25, 2017.
October 25, 2017
Effectively facilitating “an environment characterized by, and supportive of, diversity and inclusion” involves more than promoting and supporting diversity activities—it requires effective leadership and careful development of a deliberate, collaborative and sustainable diversity plan. The third workshop in the ADEA Diversity Workshop Series will afford a unique opportunity for quality discussion, sharing and support among participants and presenters.
Learn more about workshop content, registration, the conference hotel and CE credits.
Advancing a Diverse Student and Faculty Pipeline
October 26, 2016
This event took place October 26, 2016 in Houston – one day prior to the ADEA Fall Meetings. Advancing a Diverse
Student and Faculty Pipeline helped attendees better understand the factors that can influence the recruitment of diverse students and faculty. It featured promising practices from dental educators with a track record of creating sustained model diversity programs. Through interactive discussions
and working group sessions, participants left with practice strategies they could implement when they returned to their home institutions.
Standard for Diversity in Accreditation
October 28, 2015
The first in the series of ADEA Diversity Workshops, this workshop was a one-day “crash course” for understanding the scope of the diversity-related CODA Standards and developing a mission-driven diversity plan for your institution. Participants in the workshop learned
from the perspectives and innovative, evidence-based approaches of current and former dental educators with a track record of creating sustained model diversity programs.