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From Faculty Formation to Student Engagement: Reflections on Serial Testimony

SEED's practice of Serial Testimony "is more powerful than I ever imagined," writes Rachel Luce-Hitt, Coordinator of Educational/Training Programs in the Office of Diversity and Inclusion at the University of Central Florida (UCF). A trained SEED leader, Luce-Hitt co-authored this guest piece with SEED seminar participant Jeanine Viau, Lecturer in Philosophy at UCF. In it, they share their experiences with Serial Testimony in SEED seminars and in the classroom. Republished with permission from the UCF's Faculty Focus.


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See SEED at the White Privilege Conference

Going to the White Privilege Conference in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, this week? Several members of our lead team, staff, and other leaders will be there, along with our founder--running workshops, staffing our exhibit table, and hoping to see you!

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I Thought I Knew All About Diversity—But There’s Always More to Learn

(Republished with permission from UCF Today. By Anjella Warnshuis, coordinator of administrative services for the University of Central Florida's Department of Political Science and a columnist with the UCF Forum opinion series.) I have many fond memories of listening to former UCF President John C. Hitt talk about the importance of being both diverse and inclusive. The items are equally important because we could be diverse and not get along, or we could be inclusive by all thinking alike—but diverse thoughts are needed for growth.

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— Cheryl Robinson, Supervisor, Office of Minority Achievement, Arlington Public Schools, Virginia

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