"At Baylor, we celebrate our distinctive place in higher education - where research, scholarship, and faith guide the mind in understanding the complex diversity of God’s creation and prepare the whole person for service and leadership. Baylor is committed to developing critical thinkers and active citizens for full participation in our global community. We will develop the whole person within the context of God’s creation - a rich, complexity of life and diversity."
from Baylor's Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion
Below are ways for our faculty to engage in opportunities to exercise their critical thinking and develop an attitude of cultural humility so they can better serve the students on campus and their colleauges and communities.
Use the list below to jump to a curated selection of items the Student Life Cultural Humility Committee has compiled.
Spring 2019 Featured Chapel Speakers
January 30: Sahr Mbriwa
February 6: Emily and Brett Mills
February 18: Kathy Khang
March 25: Christian Ethics and Masculinity Panel
Texas Consortium for Male Students of Color Institute
8:30 a.m. – 3:45 p.m.
Cashion 5th Floor
Baylor Law School, Room #127
Video from January 17, 2019
How To Fight Racism; Lecture by Jemar Tisby
hosted by the Institue for Studies of Religion
An Employee Resource Group serves as a resource for members and the University by fostering a diverse, inclusive workplace aligned with the institutional mission, vision, goals, business practices, and objectives.
In other words, it’s a group of faculty and staff with a common purpose coming together to provide opportunities to connect with and to support each other.
Learn more on the Human Resources ERG website.
To apply for funding (up to $2,000) contact Kim Kellison or Liz Palacios, chairs,
Diversity/Multicultural Requirements Consultation Team, College of Arts and Sciences
General Conferences on Diversity and Pedagogy
Conferences Specific to Racial and Ethnic Diversity
Conferences Specific to Religious Diversity
Conferences Specific to Gender Diversity
The Arthur Vining Davis Foundation Private Higher Education Grant has focus areas of:
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation's Higher Education and Scholarship in the Humanities program is focused on:
training scholars and producing scholarship in the humanities broadly conceived, and thereby contributing to culture and society. In practical terms, this means helping institutions and professional organizations respond to the economic, demographic, financial, and technological challenges affecting higher education, supporting initiatives designed to enhance the learning experience of both undergraduate and graduate students in the humanities, and fostering collaborations within and among institutions that support disciplinary innovation, foster practices of diversity and inclusion, and promote the social value of the humanities.
The Henry Luce Foundation Higher Education Grant is focused on preparing the next generation of diverse scholars and academic leaders.
Religious Diversity & Inclusion
Resources from other Educational Institutions supporting Diversity & Inclusion in the Classroom: