A Directory of ALL Canadian Universities with Links to Their Respective EDI & EDI-Related Offices.

Notes about this directory: I am a lone researcher who compiled this directory by going to each university site and searching EDI and EDI-related offices. Hence, it's not a perfect document. But it's useful. I've tried to keep the central EDI offices listed immediately below their respective universities. Through this exercise, I was able to … Continue reading A Directory of ALL Canadian Universities with Links to Their Respective EDI & EDI-Related Offices.


A Directory of Canadian Universities with Links to Their Respective EDI & EDI-Related Offices: Prince Edward Island.

Note: I've been posting for individual provinces and territories as I complete each directory. This project will be complete in a few days, at which point I will post an entire Canadian directory. UPEI available in docx or PDF as follows: PRINCE EDWARD ISLANDDownload PRINCE EDWARD ISLANDDownload

Friday Reading List. 17/03/23.

An EDI Pledge DiAngelo's White Fragility and Canadian Universities STATEMENTS, COMMITMENTS, PLEDGES, OATHS 1.An EDI Pledge "Through these actions, I will uphold my commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion." Toronto Metropolitan University (TMU) "Equity and Community Inclusion Pledge,"Vice President, Equity and Community Inclusion, https://www.torontomu.ca/equity/resources/equity-community-inclusion-pledge/, accessed March 17, 2023. The pledge originated at a "Soup and … Continue reading Friday Reading List. 17/03/23.

Friday Reading List. 2/3/ 2023.

Academic Freedom Attempted Cancelation of a Canadian Scholar Modjeski, Morgan. "Academic, 2SLGBTQ+ community claim UWinnipeg professor spreading transphobic rhetoric," CityNews, Winnipeg, Feb 28, 2023, https://winnipeg.citynews.ca/2023/02/28/university-winnipeg-professor-transphobia-claims/, accessed March 2, 2023. Dr. Joanne Boucher, a professor in the department of Political Science at the University of Winnipeg is scheduled to give a talk on campus entitled, "The … Continue reading Friday Reading List. 2/3/ 2023.

Friday Reading List.17/02/2023.

Unconscious/Implicit Bias. 12 reasons to be skeptical. Diversity. A paper on the lack of ideological diversity in the discipline of philosophy and worries about its implications for reliable belief formation. Academic freedom. A recent Canadian university cancelation and two articles concerning academic freedom. One provides a brief history, the other illustrates the risks scholars across … Continue reading Friday Reading List.17/02/2023.