Evolving Our Community

University of California, Berkeley

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Sara Thacker

Staff and Faculty across campus helping to create a healthy and welcoming campus climate.

Sunshine Workman

Staff and Faculty across campus helping to create a healthy and welcoming campus climate.

Matthew Griffith

Staff and Faculty across campus helping to create a healthy and welcoming campus climate.

Juana María Rodríguez

Staff and Faculty across campus helping to create a healthy and welcoming campus climate.

Rodolfo Mendoza-Denton

Staff and Faculty across campus helping to create a healthy and welcoming campus climate.

Inette Dishler

Staff and Faculty across campus helping to create a healthy and welcoming campus climate.

Julian Ledesma

Staff and Faculty across campus helping to create a healthy and welcoming campus climate.

Carmen Foghorn

Staff and Faculty across campus helping to create a healthy and welcoming campus climate.

Welcome to the Multicultural Education Program!

This is your portal to multicultural education resources at UCB and beyond. Here you may access tools to assist you with classroom discussions and group facilitation. You may also find diversity workshops on a variety of topics. We hope that you will utilize this site often and join us in collaborating as we evolve our understanding of each other and our communities. 

The Multicultural Education Program (MEP) is one of six initiatives funded by the Evelyn and Walter Haas, Jr. Fund to work towards institutional change and to create a positive campus climate for diversity. The MEP is a five-year initiative to establish a sustainable infrastructure for activities like educational consultation and diversity workshops for the campus that address both specific topics, and to cater to group needs across the campus. 

MEP is a Staff Diversity Initiatives program.


What Participants are Saying About Our Workshops:

"...it illustrated so effectively how frequently we make assumptions."

"I learned how to engage people in dialogue rather than debate."

"I will be more sensitive to how i provide feedback."

"I learned how to be more mindful of my immediate reactions to situations...To be aware of how my unconscious biases affect my behavior."

"Although most information was not new for me, but it was a great refresher. I loved the listening activity."

"I learned new ideas for what to do when I witness bias...It was interesting to see micro-inequalities framed for the workplace."


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