Resources for College employees
Inclusive Excellence at Oregon State University (IE@OSU) supports groups of 20 faculty annually from OSU and nearby community colleges, including Lane and Linn-Benton, have formed a professional learning community to develop and apply new culturally responsive strategies in the courses they teach. The selected faculty participated in an initial 40-hour summer academy on inclusive STEM pedagogies and individual course redesign
ADVANCE– Funded by NSF, ADVANCE is aimed at increasing the participation and advancement of women in academic science and engineering careers, thereby developing a more diverse science and engineering workforce.
Difference, Power, Discrimination Program – This program works with faculty across all fields and disciplines at Oregon State University to develop inclusive curricula that address institutionalized systems of power, privilege, and inequity in the United States.
Enhancing STEM Education at OSU – This NSF-funded project is focusing on increasing the use of evidence-based instructional practices (EBIPs) to enhance the effectiveness of STEM classes.
Accommodations for Disabilities.Oregon State University strives to be a fully inclusive education community and recognizes that what non-disabled individuals view as conveniences may present serious barriers for disabled individuals. In order to provide accommodations, the Office of Equal Opportunity and Access (EOA) works with employees, their supervisors, and potentially other appropriate administrative units to determine what kind of accommodation can be made. EOA will also assist departments in securing resources for accommodations.