Anti-Black Racism Course Now Open to Faculty and Staff

UConn graduate students, faculty, and staff can now enroll in the University’s U.S. Anti-Black Racism course. The course is available at no cost. The course has nine modules and is interdisciplinary, taught by faculty across the University. Each week will require about five hours of student learning. There are optional engagement activities, but to move along in the course you will need to complete the quiz for each module. The course will be moderated by doctoral student Marcus Garcia and the contributing faculty focused on student engagement for this course section will be Dr. Tamika LaSalle.

Registration information is available at this page, https://provost.uconn.edu/us-anti-black-racism-course/.

The course’s teaching team can be reached with other questions at ABR@uconn.edu.

Here is a UConn Today story about the course when it was first introduced for the undergraduate population.