Critical Race Training in Education

University of Alabama at Birmingham

Undergraduate

Mailing Address
1720 University Blvd
Birmingham, Alabama 35294
Phone
(205) 934-4011
Email address
chooseuab@uab.edu
School Information
"At UAB, we have never settled on merely finding what’s next—we have helped build the future through new ideas and initiatives in the classroom, the laboratory, the studio and the clinic. UAB’s vision, mission and shared values provide a foundation for the strategic plan, Forging the Future... One university inspiring and empowering the creation of knowledge that changes the world... UAB serves students, patients, the community and the global need for discovery, knowledge dissemination, education, creativity and the application of groundbreaking solutions. We are a leader among comprehensive public urban research universities with academic medical centers." The university enrolls over 22,000 students, employs over 2,960 faculty, and has 12 different schools. (Source: https://www.uab.edu/plan/the-plan/mission-vision-shared-values/) (Source: https://www.uab.edu/institutionaleffectiveness/images/documents/facts-figures/FactsFigures2019-2020.pdf#page=26)
General Information
The University of Alabama at Birmingham has begun to introduce Critical Race training resources to its students. It has recently hosted a seminar entitled, "Understanding Implicit Bias" during its "Badge of Distinction: Diversity & Inclusion Marathon, a part of 2021 Creed Week." No mandatory Critical Race Training sessions are yet required of students. However, see developments below:

Critical Race Training Activity

  • Resources

    The university has recently hosted a seminar entitled, "Understanding Implicit Bias" during its "Badge of Distinction: Diversity & Inclusion Marathon, a part of 2021 Creed Week."

  • Anti-Racism, Bias, and Diversity Training

    The School of Social Work is launching its "Implicit Bias & Cultural Competence Training" which will have sessions on "Cross-Cultural Communication" and recognizing/reducing "your unconscious biases".

Last updated February 13th, 2021