JHU Human Resources

Diversity/Inclusion

Talent Management and Organization Development (TMOD) supports Johns Hopkins Institutions’ commitment to diversity and inclusion. TMOD offers a variety of services and courses that are designed to cultivate awareness, mutual respect and understanding in a diverse work environment.

Intro to Campus Conversations on Diversity and Inclusion – This online training session is one small part of a larger effort to examine and enhance the Hopkins environment. This program will allow you to explore the principles of diversity, civility, equity, inclusion, and respect. In addition, you will look at your own belief system and the beliefs of other people around you. It is recommended that this online training session is completed prior to attending the Campus Conversations on Diversity and Inclusion at JHU classroom session. Click here to launch the Intro to Campus Conversations on Diversity and Inclusion online training session.

Campus Conversations on Diversity and Inclusion at JHU – These sessions are intended to create a safe space to stimulate meaningful conversations about diversity and inclusion at Hopkins. Monthly workshops are offered to the Johns Hopkins Community. In addition to the monthly sessions, group sessions can be scheduled to accommodate intact Faculty and Staff groups. Click here to register for a monthly CCDI session.

For additional information on Intro to CCDI, CCDI, or to schedule a session for an intact group contact:

Megeen Thomas, Administrative Coordinator
Talent Management and Organization Development
1101 East 33rd Street, Suite C130
Baltimore Maryland 21218
443) 997-4570
megeen@jhu.edu

Ouch that Stereotype Hurts – This session is designed to increase the effectiveness of communication in today’s diverse workplace. This session examines the impact of stereotypes and biased statements as well as enhancing skills for speaking up against stereotypes without blame and guilt. Click here to register for an Ouch that Stereotype Hurts session.

Commitment to Diversity at Johns Hopkins
Learn more about Johns Hopkins’ dedication to diversity and inclusion by exploring the following resources: