Center for the Advancement of Teaching & Learning CATL

Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion Consultants

The overarching goals of the EDI Consultant program are to increase UWGB’s use of evidence-based inclusive and equity-minded teaching strategies, reduce equity gaps, and promote an academic environment in which all students feel welcome and have the opportunity to succeed. The program defines diversity broadly and has included projects on student parent advocacy, first generation college students, Indigenous pedagogies, and Universal Design for Learning (UDL). 

2023-24 Program 

The EDI Consultant program has evolved and will be implementing some changes for 2023-24. In an attempt to serve even more instructors, we will begin offering a program with two tiers. We are calling for applications to both with the hope that we can support both instructors with advanced skills in the pedagogies mentioned above and those who have little or no experience with inclusive teaching approaches, but who want to learn more.

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2022-23 Consultants

Consultant Name Area of Emphasis
Lisa Lamson First Generation Inclusive Pedagogy
Cory Mathieu Language Inclusivty at UWGB
Lisa Poupart and Lois Stevens First Nations Studies/Education Fushion Project
Jolanda Sallmann Social Work Student EDI Orientation

2021-22 Consultants

Consultant Name Area of Emphasis
Gaurav Bansal Bias in Artificial Intelligence
Christin DePouw Culturally Responsive / Sustaining Pedagogies (CRSP)
Tracy Fernandez-Rysavy Microaggressions
Alison Gates Universal Design in Learning (UDL)
Amy Kabrhel Open Educational Resources (OER)
Carly Kibbe Equity Gaps in Gateway & Introductory Courses
Katia Levintova Student Parent Advocacy
Bree Lybbert Inclusive Teaching Practices in STEM
Patricia Terry New Faculty Mentoring
Cary Waubanascum Indigenous Pedagogies


Examples of Past EDI Consultant Projects