Talks and Workshops
One of TIDE’s priorities is to offer unconscious bias education sessions to faculty groups who are interested in learning more about how to identify and mitigate unconscious bias in their work. Members of TIDE have volunteered to make themselves available to provide talks and workshops and to share resources and recommended practices with their colleagues.
The format of the sessions (i.e., short talk, long talk, talk and workshop) can be tailored to the needs of the unit and the anticipated size and nature of the audience (e.g., Faculty Council, Departmental meetings or seminars, search committee meetings).
The talk content is based on a standard framework with a focus on data related to bias and steps to ameliorate negative effects of bias.
The workshop is a scenario-based analysis of how bias can manifest in context of a decision meeting.
The information you provide to TIDE in the form below will be used only for the purpose of communicating with you in response to your request for training. TIDE will not share your personal information with any third parties, unless required by law. If you have any questions regarding TIDE’s information practices, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Unfortunately, we are unable to offer workshops outside of the University of Toronto or provide referrals at this time.