Leadership in Higher Education

This course is designed for faculty and higher education administrators looking to further develop their leadership skills in their academic career journeys.


Non-ASU Modules

Work Smart & Start Smart: Salary Negotiation

The American Association of University Women (AAUW) has a free online course to learn to successfully advocate for yourself — and help close the pay gap for women everywhere.

*Online course is free, but registration is required.


Implicit Bias Test

Project Implicit is a non-profit organization and international collaboration between researchers who are interested in implicit social cognition - thoughts and feelings outside of conscious awareness and control. Through their website, you will be able to take an Implicit Association Test (IAT) from a list of possible topics.

Take Test

Other ASU Modules

Unconscious Bias Training

From ASU CareerEdge, ASU faculty, staff, and students are able to take this online training.


To Be Welcoming: Foundational Course

This To Be Welcoming Foundational Course introduces key concepts that will run across the curriculum about bias, empathy, civility, and dialogue. This is the common ground where we start learning.


Welcoming Dialogue on Gender Bias

This To Be Welcoming course sets out definitions of sex and gender to consider questions about gender equality and equity in media, work, and pay. The course will break down biases about gender, while creating opportunities for meaningful dialogue.


Welcoming Dialogue on Racial Bias

This To Be Welcoming course is a starting point for learning about race and bias. This course provides tools for thinking critically about race and anti-racism in the United States.


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TBW Modules