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The College of Education is Committed to Inclusiveness

Supported Higher Education Project (SHEP)

Students enrolled in the SHEP program have the opportunity to take college courses, complete both paid and unpaid internships, and engage in students campus life.

Courageous Conversations: A Discussion About CRT and a More Diverse Curriculum

Join NKU’s Black and Brown Educators of Excellence and Cincinnati Public
Radio’s Democracy and Me Program for “Courageous Conversations: A Discussion
About CRT and a More Diverse Curriculum” on November 29, 2021 at 6 p.m. via Zoom.
Questions? Email Dr. David Childs at Free admission!


Previous Initiatives

Courageous Conversations: A One Day Workshop on Diversity and Equity in Education

Teachers, administrators and pre-service educators networked and engaged in discussions around diverse curriculum, equitable practices, creating teacher pipelines, supporting
teachers of color, and more in July 2021.

LGBTQ Oral History Project

The NKU LGBTQ Oral History Project is an assignment completed by students in the Introduction to LGBTQ Studies course at Northern Kentucky University.

Teacher Diversity Matters

NKU and the Department of Teacher Education hosted a National Symposium on Preparing, Recruiting, and Retaining Teachers of Color in September 2017.