In collaboration with the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA), CRLT offered a set of programs for instructors who teach courses that fulfill LSA’s race and ethnicity (R&E) requirement. This year’s support included ongoing individual and unit consultations, two GSI learning communities in Fall and Winter terms (engaging a total of 34 GSIs across five schools and 15 departments) and a new, R&E-focused cohort of Graduate Student Instructional Consultants.

CRLT also offered a Winter 2020 lunch program for faculty teaching R&E courses (engaging about 45 instructors), and a new R&E-focused workshop for the CRLT Fall and Winter seminar series as well as customized workshops for faculty units across campus.