Online with LSE: Diversity Interventions in the Classroom: From Resistance to Action

In this webinar, you will learn about a new model that helps to explain how faculty decide whether to implement evidence-based interventions to enhance diversity in the classroom.

In this webinar, LSE author Dustin Thoman will discuss findings and provide insights into the background, development, and research process behind the recent publication Diversity Interventions in the Classroom: From Resistance to Action.



Dr. Cong Wang is a research fellow in social psychology at the University of Michigan. Her research utilizes the framework of self-determination theory to investigate the contextual and individual factors promoting student motivation.





Dr. Dustin Thoman is Associate Professor of Psychology at San Diego State University and California Research Director at the Motivate Lab. He leads the Motivation and Social Identity Lab at SDSU, where his research specialties include student interest and motivation and the influence of stereotypes and social identities on development of student interests. He works to improve educational programs, particularly those designed to broaden participation and promote diversity in science and math education.




Starts: April 15, 2022 12:00 pm EDT

Ends: April 15, 2022 1:00 pm EDT