Inclusive Programming Resource Guide

Resource Guide for Inclusive, Equitable, and Accessible Programming

The GCC Resource Guide for Inclusive, Equitable, and Accessible Programming in Graduate/Postdoctoral Career and Professional Development is a toolkit designed to support equity and inclusion in the design and implementation of programming in our field. It offers a guide to general best practices, as well as specific considerations for working with disabled, first-generation and low income, international, LGBTQIA, and BIPOC students and postdocs. 

Practitioners in the field are encouraged to approach the guide–and efforts to develop inclusive and accessible programming–with intentionality, patience, and commitment. Read more about how to use the resource guide in the guide‘s introduction. 

The resource guide was developed by the GCC Diversity Committee: Estely Carranza, University of California, Davis; Stephanie Eberle, Stanford University; Blessing Enekwe, University of Maryland, College Park; Devin Horton, University of California, Davis; Sudha Krishnamurthy, Gladstone Institutes and University of California, San Francisco; Steve Lee, Stanford University; Arica Lubin, University of California, Santa Barbara; Sonya Newlyn, University of California, Santa Cruz; Laura Schram, University of Michigan; Brandy Simula, Georgia Tech; Shoba Subramanian, University of Michigan Medical School.