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Mailing Address:
The Office of Diversity and Community Engagement,
The University of Texas at Dallas,
800 W. Campbell Road, AD26,
Richardson, TX 75080

Physical Location:
Administration Building AD 3.207,
Phone: (972) 883-4566
Fax: (972) 883-4565



Teachers who have been honored for Intercultural Teaching Excellence include

Dr. Bobby C. Alexander, EPPS

Dr. Brandon J. Kinne, EPPS

Dr. Dachang Cong, IS

Dr. David Springate, SOM

Dr. Debrah A Stott, AH

Dr. Debra H. Pfister, AH

Dr. Diane S. McNulty, SOM

Dr. Dianne H. Goode, AH

Dr. Douglas C. Dow, EPPS

Dr. Elizabeth M. Salter, IS

Dr. Eric Schlereth, AH

Dr. Erin Smith, IS

Dr. Fatemeh Hassanipour,ECS

Dr. Habte G. Woldu, SOM

Dr. Hanna Ulatowska, BBS

Ignacio Pujana, NSM

Dr. Irina Vakulenko, EPPS

Dr. J. Michael Farmer, AH

Dr. Jane E. Salk, SOM

Dr. Jessica C. Murphy, AH

Dr. Jillian Duquaine-Watson, IS

Dr. John C. Kolar, IS

Dr. Joylynn H. Reed, SOM

Dr. Karen J. Prager, IS & BBS

Dr. Kevin J. Siqueira, EPPS

Dr. Kruti Dholakia-Lehenbauer, EPPS

Dr. Laurie L. Ziegler, SOM

Dr. Lloyd Jeff Dumas, EPPS

Dr. Maria Hasenhuttl, SOM

Dr. Meghna Sabharwal, EPPS

Dr. Meryl G. Nason, EPPS

Dr. Michelle Nickerson, AH

Dr. Michelle Prud'homme, A&H

Dr. Ming Dong Gu, AH

Dr. Monica A. Rankin, AH

Dr. Monica Evans, AH

Dr. Orlando Richard, SOM

Dr. Pia Jakobsson, IS

Dr. Peter Petrik, SOM

Dr. Richard K. Scotch, EPPS

Dr. Russell David Edmunds, AH

Robert K. Whelan, EPPS

Dr. Sarah Maxwell, EPPS

Dr. Seung-Hyun Lee, SOM

Dr. Shelly D. Lane, AH

Dr. Tevfik Dalgic, SOM

Dr. Tonja Wissinger, IS

Thomas M. Lambert, AH

 

 

It is a mistake to surround yourself only with people just like you.
Throw off that warm comforter – and replace it with a
crazy quilt of different and imaginative people.
Then watch the ideas erupt!

— Betty Bender

 

The most successful companies, communities and nations will be those that are willing to learn from others. From diversity will come creative fusion. And creative fusion will become a strategic tool in the era of global competition.
Sheridan Tatsuno

If you have arrived at this page, we hope you are seeking to enrich your life and expand your future through educational experiences that expand your understanding of other cultures and other perspectives. Wisely, you recognize the need for education that will help you develop the skills and insights to communicate effectively, work productively and enjoy relationships with individuals from other cultures.

The University of Texas at Dallas offers over 200 courses that include emphasis on aspects of diversity and culture appreciation. Participating in these courses can enrich your life and promote your professional success. The listing below, which includes offerings from every school, represents only a sampling of those available but offer a starting point for students.

Clicking on the Course Title will take you to the UT Dallas CourseBook’s description of that class. From there you can access information about the teacher and the syllabus.

And speaking of teachers, the listings and photos on the right spotlights UT Dallas faculty who have received recognition and been honored as “Distinguished Teachers in Diversity & Multicultural Education.” Their commitment, dedication and effectiveness is appreciated by students and colleagues. At this link, you can browse faculty profiles or search faculty listings.

Multicultural Courses

Course No Course Title
BA 3361 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR 
BIOL 1318 HUMAN GENETICS 
CLDP 4V90 SPECIAL TOPICS IN CLDP LANG & LITERACY DEVELOPMENT
COMM 3342 ISSUES IN COMMUNICATION AMERICAN CULTURE & COMMUNICATI
CRIM 3324 GENDER, CRIME, & JUSTICE 
ED 4V95 SPECIAL TOPICS IN EDUCATION STRATGS FOR DIVERSTY IN GEN E
GEOG 2303 INTRO WORLD GEOGRAPHIC REGIONS 
GST 2300 INTRODUCTION TO GENDER STUDIES 
GST 3301 PSYCHOLOGY OF GENDER 
GST 3302 GENDER IN WESTERN THOUGHT GENDER IN WESTERN THOUGHT
GST 4379 TOPICS IN GENDER STUDIES GENDER AND INTERNATIONAL DEVEL
HIST 3366 THEMES IN SOCIAL HIST OF U.S. HISTORY OF IMMIGRATION IN U.S.
HIST 4380 TOPICS IN INTELLECTUAL HISTORY GENDER IN WESTERN THOUGHT
HIST 7399 SPECIAL TOPICS IN HISTORY GENDER & NATIONALISM
ISGS 3306 HUMAN FEMALE: BIOLOGY & CULTUR 
ISGS 3312 WOMEN IN MANAGEMENT 
ISGS 3338 NATIVE AMERICAN CULTURES 
ISGS 4309 DIVERSITY AND GLOBALIZATION 
MAIS 5330 HUM REL&MOTVN IN CORP ARENA I 
OB 6322 INTERPERSONAL DYNAMICS 
PA 5308 ETHICS, CULTURE & PUBLIC RESPO 
PSCI 3353 LAW AND GENDER 
PSCI 4364 CIVIL RIGHTS LAW AND SOCIETY CIVIL RIGHTS LAW & SOCIETY
PSY 4332 PSYCHOLOGY IN THE WORKPLACE 
SOC 2319 RACE, GENDER AND CLASS 
SOC 3333 RELIGION IN SOCIETY 
SOC 3352 GENDER ROLES 
SOC 3354 GENDER, SOCIETY & POLITICS 
SOC 4302 CLASS, STATUS, AND POWER 
SOC 4355 SOCIAL MOVEMENTS 
SOC 4396 SELECTED TOPICS IN SOCIOLOGY IMMIGRANTS & IMMIGRATION
SOC 6355 RACE, ETHNICITY, AND COMMUNITY 
SOCS 3361 SOCIAL ISSUES & ETHICS IN CSE CV HONORS: SOC ISS & ETH IN EC
SOCS 3362 SOCIAL ISSUES & ETHICS IN CSE 
AMS 3V05 CARIBBEAN ARCHEOLOGICAL RES LA 
BA 3372 EXPORT MARKET DEVELOPMENT 
BA 3374 INTERNATIONAL MARKETING 
BA 4361 INTERNATIONAL FINANCE MGMT 
BA 4371 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS 
BA 4372 INTL ORG BHVR & HR MGT 
BA 4373 GLOBAL STRATEGY 
BA 4V00 SPECIAL TOPICS EXPORTING WITH THE EXPERTS
BA 4V94 SEM ORG BHVR STRGY INTL MGT ETHICS
BIOL 5381 GENOMICS 
CGS 3361 COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY 
CHIN 1311 BEGINNING CHINESE I 
CLDP 3303 NORMAL LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT 
COMD 6307 LANGUAGE ACQUISITION 
COMM 3311 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION 
CRIM 3319 COMPARATIVE JUSTICE SYSTEMS 
DRAM 3323 PERFORMANCE IN HISTORICAL CONTEXT 
ECON 3370 THE GLOBAL ECONOMY 
ECON 3372 POPULATION AND DEVELOPMENT 
ECON 4340 LABOR ECON & HUMAN RESOURCES 
ECON 4360 INTERNATIONAL TRADE 
ECON 4382 INTERNATIONAL FINANCE 
ECON 6343 ECONOMIC REGULATION OF BUSINES 
ECON 6352 WORLD POLITICAL ECONOMY 
FIN 6308 REGULATN OF BUSINS & FIN MRKTS 
FIN 6366 INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MGMT 
FREN 1311 BEGINNING FRENCH I 
GEOS 1104 HISTORY OF EARTH AND LIFE LAB 
GERM 2311 INTERMEDIATE GERMAN I 
HIST 3315 MODERN CHINA 
HIST 3369 UNITED STATES FOREIGN RELATION 
HIST 3394 NATIVE AMER HST-PRECOLUMB-1795 
HIST 3395 NATIVE AMER HST IN THE 19TH C. 
HIST 3399 MODERN LATIN AMERICAN HISTORY 
HIST 4344 TOPICS IN EUROPEAN HISTORY HOLOCAUST & REPRESENTATION
HIST 4358 TOPICS IN ASIAN HISTORY WOMEN IN TRADITIONAL CHINA
HIST 4359 TOPICS IN LATIN AMER HISTORY MODERN MEXICO
HIST 6310 EARLY AMERICAN HISTORY RELIGION IN EARLY AMERICA
HUHI 6325 MOVEMENTS IN THOUGHT & CULTURE INTRO TO LATIN AMERICAN STUDIE
HUHI 6345 THE WOMAN QUESTION RENAISSANCE WOMEN
HUMA 7320 FRENCH WORKSHOP 
HUMA 7321 SPANISH WORKSHOP 
HUSL 6396 SPANISH LANG., LIT. & CULTURE INTRO TO LATIN AMERICAN STUDIE
IMS 5200 GLOBAL BUSINESS 
IMS 6310 INTERNATIONAL MARKETING 
IMS 6320 INTERNATNL CORPORATE FINANCE 
IMS 7301 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS 
IMS 7V59 AREA STUDIES-SPECIAL TOPICS DOING BUSINESS IN KOREA
ISGS 3384 NORTH AMERICAN ARCHAEOLOGY 
LANG 1311 BEGIN LANG INSTR I BEGINNING JAPANESE I
LIT 2331 MASTERPIECES OF WORLD LITERATURE 
LIT 3319 PERIODS IN ENGLISH LITERATURE WOMEN IN EARLY MODERN LIT
LIT 3330 LINGUISTICS 
LIT 3382 TOPICS IN NON-WESTERN LITERATURE: CHINA IN FILM AND FICTION
LIT 3385 TOPICS IN LATIN AMERICAN LITERATURE: LATIN AMERICAN LITERATURE
OB 6301 ORGANIZATION BEHAVIOR 
PA 4396 TOPICS IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATN GLOBAL POLICY CHALLENGES
POEC 5303 PBLC POLICYMAKING & INSTITUTIO PROSEM-PUB. POLICYMAKNG & INST
PSCI 3323 AMERICAN FEDERALISM 
PSCI 3328 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 
PSCI 3350 COMPARATIVE POLITICS 
PSCI 4331 MEXICAN POLITICS 
PSCI 4332 LATIN AMERICAN POLITICS 
PSCI 4356 INTERNATL POLITICAL ECONOMY 
PSCI 7381 SPECIAL TOPICS-POLITICAL SCIEN POL ECON OF THE MIDDLE EAST
SOC 3336 CULTURE REGIONS JAPAN
SOC 3372 POPULATION AND DEVELOPMENT 
SPAN 3341 MEDICAL SPANISH 
SPAN 3365 ADVANCED SPANISH 
SPAU 4393 LANGUAGE IN CULTURE & SOCIETY 
LIT 3326 THE LITERATURE OF THE AMERICAN SOUTH 
LIT 3329 ETHNIC AMERICAN LITERATURE: AFRICAN AMERICAL NOVEL
AHST 1304 SURVEY OF WESTERN ART HISTORY: RENAISSANCE TO MODERN 
AIM 6335 ETHICS FOR PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTANTS 
AMS 3326 THE U.S. IN THE 21ST CENTURY 
BA 4305 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT
HIST 6325 AMERICA IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
LANG 2342 TOPICS IN LANGUAGE - JAPANESE LANGUAGE & CULTURE
PHIL 3375 ETHICS IN CONTEMPORARY AMERICA