Prevention Education Requirements

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for Students

Overview

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion for Students helps institutions and organizations build equitable communities of belonging. Through interactive scenarios, personal reflection, and skill-building activities, learners will explore their own identities and learn how to create inclusive communities through active allyship and bystander intervention.

Contents of this module include:

  • Recognizing bias
  • Acknowledging multiple identities
  • Developing active listening skills
  • Understanding Power, Equity & Oppression
  • Building a culture of respect
  • Engaging in active allyship

Learning Outcomes:

Identities
Encourage students to explore what factors influence identity and the negative impacts of stereotypes.

Power & Privilege
Prompt students to reflect on their own experience and reflect on any unconscious biases they might have.

Oppression
Define concepts related to discrimination and oppression and introduce bystander intervention techniques to use when they encounter these behaviors.

Culture of Respect
Introduce the students role in creating an inclusive and respectful community.

How to Access:

All assigned Prevention Education Modules are available on TrojanLearn in the “My Transcript” section. Additionally, the module can also be found on MyUSC in the “My Services” section. Click on the ‘Safety and Wellness’ widget.

Additional Support:

For technical assistance, please contact Trojan Learn at trojanlearn@usc.edu.

For program and content questions, contact Student Affairs at sacomms@usc.edu.

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Updated 8-8-22.