Hello everyone,As director of our PhD program in Developmental Psychology, I hold regular meetings with the PhD community of students around critical topics in professional and scholarly growth. These include topics around research transparency, data sharing, and open science; ethics in conducting research; management of time for scholarship; tips on writing papers and grants; and so on.I would like to engage in September as we reconvene around the topic of inclusion and diversity, broadly defined. This would include discussion around (1) the populations we study; (2) the measures we use (normed on certain groups to the exclusion of others); (3) the demographics of the researchers/faculty/and students at our institutions; (4) experiences around stereotyping, discrimination, racism at a personal level, and so on.Do people have any good materials, teaching tips, exercises, etc. for such discussions? These are PhD students, but of course, the issues generalize to all student levels.
Allies Against Racisma new community focused on actions the SRCD community can take to address racism in our discipline, in academia, and in society. SRCD staff have collected some resources, including teaching resources. We are hoping others will contribute to this growing library.Best,-Chuck