Education & Training

Diversity Education Seminars

We are happy to invite all USF personnel to register for Diversity Education Seminars, which are offered at no cost. Anyone interested can register online with Learning and Talent Development or can call our office at (813) 974-3090. A list of seminars offered during Spring 2021 is accessible here.

If you would like to have one or more seminars scheduled for your department only, please contact us at (813) 974-4373.

Implicit Bias Program Testimonials

"Thank you so much for providing us with an amazing training today! I know that my fellow co-workers loved it and were all very engaged and thankful for the opportunity to realize and access their implicit biases in everyday thoughts and actions. I really appreciate you for taking the time and energy to join us today and look forward to future training collaborations with your office."   - Alexis Roberson, Student Government 

"Thank you for the excellent “Implicit Bias” program you presented to the Graphic Arts faculty and others last week.  It was exceptionally well developed and positively received by the attendees. "   - Wallace Wilson, School of Art and Art History

"Thank you! We really appreciate the devotion of your time and resources to us today."   - Jaida Abbas, Student  Government

"Thank you for a great presentation!"   - Genieveve Cline, College of Nursing

"The Office of Academic Advocacy would like to express our appreciation for the opportunity to explore our experiences with diverse populations and reflect on our personal perceptions.  You guided us through some challenging yet necessary conversations by providing a safe space.  We are looking forward to processing our experience as a team.  We are grateful for your transparency, time and commitment to our team and the overall university community as you champions the charge for enhancing diversity and inclusion!"   - Anthea Henderson, Academic Advocacy

"Growing up in the 80s-90s and learning about diversity as a white person, this was very challenging, so I appreciate you bringing this out."    - Leslie Tod, Academic Advocacy