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Diversi-Tea is part of an ongoing effort to facilitate communication among faculty, staff and graduate students about issues related to inclusive teaching practices. In each session, faculty and staff will be given the opportunity to learn from one another and engage in dialogue about the various ways of incorporating inclusive teaching practices.

The goal of Diversi-Tea is to help faculty and staff gather insight on:

  • Engagement of diverse student populations
  • Teaching of self-regulation and study skills
  • Ways to prevent and address issues of incivility and bias
  • Self-assessment of their own cultural competency
  • Guided reflection activities for diverse learners
  • Communicating best inclusive practices with their colleagues

Spring 2022 Sessions

Supporting International Faculty with Teaching at UT

Thursday, February 24 | 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. | Zoom

Faculty plays an important role in teaching and learning. As international faculty, they could also face specific challenges and barriers in their teaching efforts. In this session, we will discuss challenges that international faculty could face while teaching on campus. Additionally, we will brainstorm ideas and strategies to support international faculty to achieve their teaching and professional excellence. To receive all information related to workshop in a timely manner, please register for the event at least 24 hours prior. If you register within 24 hours of the workshop, please contact Wes Romeiser at


If you have any questions about Diversi-Tea or if you require disability-related accommodations, please contact TLI.