Faculty Development
Faculty Development
Faculty Development
Faculty Development
Faculty Development
Faculty Development

 

Certifications & Programs

SEED Program

SEED (Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity) is a national project, founded 27 years ago by Dr. Peggy McIntosh of Wellesley College. It utilizes a cohort-based monthly seminar model with the intention of creating gender fair, multiculturally equitable and globally informed educational spaces and workplaces. The application process to participate in SEED occurs in the Spring Term and is announced through the Juice and Faculty Insight newsletters.

SEED stands for Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity and is a national project, founded 27 years ago by Dr. Peggy McIntosh of Wellesley College. It utilizes a cohort-based monthly seminar model with the intention of creating gender fair, multiculturally equitable, and globally informed educational spaces and workplaces. SEED differs from other diversity programs in that SEED leaders do not lecture. Instead they lead their own colleagues in experiential, interactive exercises and conversation often stimulated by films and readings. The monthly seminars deepen participants’ understanding of themselves, expand their knowledge of the world, and point the way to making schools more inclusive.

NOTE: To deepen the cohort experience, attendance is limited to the cohort. The application process to participate in SEED occurs in the Spring Term and is announced through the Juice and Faculty Insight newsletters.

 

SEED stands for Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity and is a national project, founded 27 years ago by Dr. Peggy McIntosh of Wellesley College. SEED II employs similar experiential facilitation methods as used in SEED I to further deepen participants' understanding of themselves, expand their knowledge of the world, and point the way to making schools more inclusive.

NOTE: This course is restricted people who have completed INDV7313 SEED I. To deepen the cohort experience, attendance is limited to the cohort. The application process to participate in SEED occurs in the Spring Term and is announced through the Juice and Faculty Insight newsletters.