Critical Race Training in Education

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

Undergraduate

Mailing Address
5500 Wabash Ave
Terre Haute, Indiana 47803
Phone
(812) 877-
Email address
1511
School Information
Welcome to Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, home to 2,100 undergraduate and 100 graduate students majoring in engineering, science or mathematics. As we prepare students for their careers, our emphasis is on a hands-on education where students learn the value of teamwork as well as formulas and equations.
General Information
Rose-Hulman requires all first-year students to undergo diversity education in the areas of cultural awareness, implicit bias, and microaggressions. The Institute also leads an optional reading of Robin DiAngelo’s book, “White Fragility,” in which approximately 100 faculty members participate. New workshops on diversity education including anti-racism and equity are to be implemented. Rose-Hulman is planning to introduce cultural intelligence and unconscious bias certification training for faculty. It is also altering its admissions and hiring processes to identify and recruit more minorities.

Critical Race Training Activity

  • Admissions Policies

    The Institute is "Revising the hiring process to recruit diverse faculty and staff. A committee is currently furthering revision/development of our hiring manual, application process, search committee training, hiring rubric, including best practices from EEOC and ADA." For the student body, it is "Developing a longer-term student recruitment plan focused on identifying and recruiting a diverse student body."

  • Curriculum Changes and Requirements

    "Adding diversity education, specifically in areas of cultural awareness, implicit bias, and microaggressions, to the annual RHIT 100 courses for all first-year students."

  • Anti-Racism, Bias, and Diversity Training

    "Initiating a campus-wide book read of Robin DiAngelo's award-winning books "White Fragility" for faculty and staff. The book unpacks and educates readers on matters of racism, white privilege, and anti-racism."

  • Resources

    "Completing the purchase of a Diversity Training Package of 20 diversity education workshops, each running 60 to 90 minutes. We plan to offer these workshops throughout the academic year for all faculty, staff, and students." Topics include "microaggressions, implicit bias, gender equality, race, anti-racism, and equity."

  • Anti-Racism, Bias, and Diversity Training

    Meeting with the Cultural Intelligence Center to discover ways to bring cultural intelligence and unconscious bias certification training to campus for leadership and faculty beginning in August [2020]."

Last updated July 29th, 2021