Building an Inclusive Approach to Research: How EDI makes research better (Workshop)

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This workshop is for all researchers including faculty members, postdocs, graduate students and undergraduate students.

Presenter: Martha Mathurin-Moe (Vice-Provost, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion)

Building Inclusive Excellence in research is a critical part of diversifying and enhancing the research ecosystem. It is really important that Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging (EDIB) are valued as critical components that foster innovation and strengthen research outcomes. In this session, participants will explore practical approaches to effectively embedding Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging (EDIB) throughout the research process, as well as addressing any misconceptions about using EDIB in the research process.

Learning Outcomes:

1. Understand key concepts and definitions of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, Belonging and Decolonization.

2. To understand and address the misconceptions of EDIB in the research process.

3. To develop practical approaches and tools to embed EDIB into all aspects of the research process.


Early Career Researchers who attend at least six ORIS Seminar Series seminars over the year will be eligible for a seed grant to support their research program. 

Graduate students can have all ORIS seminars/workshops recorded and validated to their MyExperience Transcript. For more information about transcripts or to have an experience validated, please reach out to the administrator via

*Light refreshments will be provided.

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