SUNY DEISJ Fellows Drop In Office Hours 

The SUNY General Education Framework introduced the knowledge and skills area of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice (DEISJ) as a required category for all undergraduate degree-seeking students. In the SUNY Board of Trustees resolution that adopted the SUNY General Education Framework, there was a commitment that SUNY System Administration would work with campuses to ensure faculty have the training and resources to support the teaching and learning needs in the DEISJ category. To this end, 14 faculty from across SUNY campuses have been selected as DEISJ Fellows to serve as faculty-to-faculty support for those developing and teaching curricula that meet the DEISJ student learning outcomes. The DEISJ Fellows will be providing multiple kinds of support, including through office hours for SUNY faculty and staff seeking a critical colleague to engage with to assist in DEISJ curriculum development and/or teaching.

So, work with the Fellows to develop your courses, whether stand-alone or infused.

Request other Support

SUNY faculty and staff seeking DEISJ General Education curriculum development can request support such as group consultations, teaching materials, webinars, or other engagements by completing the form at the following link: DEISJ General Education curriculum development support. Once you have submitted this form, a DEISJ Fellow will reach out to you to find a mutually convenient time to meet.