Education Outreach and Training

The Office of Inclusive Excellence (OIE) Division of Education Outreach and Training provides diversity and equity training for departments, offices, colleges and student organizations. Our training can also be customized for individual unit needs and concerns.   

Training Topics include:

  • Microaggressions
  • Unconscious Bias
  • Workplace Bullying
Diversity and Inclusion Training Request

To request training for your area, click here.

Diversity 360 Series

Diversity 360 is a campus-wide diversity education program for students, faculty, and staff. The goal of this educational series to help ensure that every GC community member embrace and reflects the university’s values of reason, respect, and responsibility towards their fellow Bobcats in the classroom, residence halls, workplace, and all other environments on campus. 




Civility at Work
Developing Healthy Workplaces: What’s Civility Got to Do with It? (from American Psychological Association’s Center for Organizational Excellence)
Tolerance as Civility in Contemporary Workplace Initiatives by C.W. Von Bergen, Ph.D. and George Collier, Ph.D. from Southeastern Oklahoma State University
More Than Good Manners: Cultivating a Spirit of Open Dialogue and Civility on Campus (pdf) by Karen Doss Bowman
Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Definitions (from Human Rights Campaign)
GLAAD Media Reference Guide – Transgender Issues (from GLAAD)
Workplace Bullying in Colleges and Universities (from HigherEdJobs)
Understanding Cyberbullying in College


Speak Up! (from Southern Poverty Law Center)
Disability Etiquette: Tips on Interacting with People with Disabilities (pdf)

Videos and Webinars

Tools and Strategies for Fostering a Civil Workplace (pdf) (webinar from HigherEdJobs)
Creating an Inclusive Workplace (video from Diversity Inc.)
Making Excellence Inclusive: What It Means—and How We Can (podcast)

For Faculty

Dealing with Troublesome Behaviors in the Classroom (pdf) by Mary Deane Sorcinelli from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Categorizes irritating and disruptive student behaviors, provides strategies for creating a classroom environment that can avert many problems, and suggests ways to deal with troublesome behaviors when they occur.

General Tips

Microaggressions Table (pdf)
LGBT’ Student Academic and Social Engagement for Success: What Can We Do in Practice? (pdf)

Recommended Readings on Antisemitism and Related Topics


MOVE (Multicultural Organization that Values Empowerment) is an affinity networking group composed of faculty and staff at Georgia College who are passionate about attracting and retaining a diverse group of faculty, staff and students. MOVE aims to provide support for employees from racially underrepresented populations through various activities, workshops and professional enrichment opportunities. To join or to receive more information, contact the Office of Inclusive Excellence at 445-4233.

If you would like to volunteer for one of our committees, please fill out our committee sign up form at