strategies to support diversity & inclusion in stem
Shared resources from the Equity, Diversity, and Inclusivity in STEM page at Ryerson University.
Find more at www.ryerson.ca/edistem/resources
FemNorthNet & DAWN Canada
“The Inclusive Practices Toolkit was created to assist organizations and individuals in planning and carrying out events that facilitate the participation and inclusion of all attendees, regardless of age, gender, sexual orientation, ability, heritage, or culture. The Toolkit includes practical information about budgeting, choosing a location, creating accessible event materials, booking support services, and more.”
National Educational Association of Disabled Students
“There is a critical lack of research and information about issues faced by graduate students with disabilities. As the number of students with disabilities entering graduate education in Canada continues to increase, disability service providers, financial aid administrators, student life professionals, students themselves, graduate departments, deans and student services directors, and universities as a whole are having to develop new strategies to facilitate their success. [Their] goal was to develop testable and implementable recommendations around the continued improvement of graduate experience of students with disabilities.”