We base our opinions on character, not by race, gender, age, religion, or sexual orientation. We support a system and culture that is fair, just, and reasonable to all people.
We have high standards of academic and personal integrity. We hold ourselves accountable for our actions and do our best to produce quality work.
We respect each other regardless of our differences. We condemn acts of hate and bigotry as antithetical to the college’s core values. We expect civility in language and in action.
We strive to be kind and sincere with our words, thoughts, and actions.
We affirm LRCC’s commitment to student success with a diverse and supportive campus culture. Our objectives are to embrace innovation, encourage collaboration, and offer flexibility.
- Inclusive Language Challenge (PDF)
- Interrupting Bias Sentence Starters (PDF)
- Microaggressions (PDF)
- Everyday Privilege (PDF)
- Linked In Learning (note that log in is required)
- KGA Employee Assistance Program
- Unconscious Bias @ Work
- Testing Yourself for Hidden Bias
Glossary of Terms
Links to Campus Resources
October- National Disabilities Awareness Month
The DEIB Committee will be hosting its first Take 5 for DEI activity on October 24th from 12:15-12:45 pm in the Bennett Library. We are asking those who are interested in attending to read the article linked here prior to the event. Our guest host will be Nancy Blais, Accessibilities Coordinator
As faculty and staff of LRCC working together in the classroom to educate and train students for the workplace, let’s take 5 and reflect on our own workplace experiences and how symptoms of ADHD have created challenges for individuals, colleagues, and classmates. What are some strategies that we can implement, design or communicate differently, consider when planning, or provide opportunities to practice when teaching and working together that would decrease unnecessary challenges and foster the strengths that so many individuals diagnosed formally or informally with ADHD possess?