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UT-CLIMBS Workplace Climate and Bystander Intervention Training

This 2-part, 2-hour training takes place in 1-hr sessions timed about 1 month apart. Designed for faculty in STEM fields but applicable to all UT academic units, the training is designed to help faculty become more aware of the ways that intersectional social forces affect workplace dynamics in often subtle and invisible but nonetheless harmful ways. The second session is specifically focused on helping faculty develop the skills and confidence to intervene in these dynamics when they are occurring.

During the spring 2024 semester, there are three opportunities to participate in the training:

UT-CLIMBS Trainings will be held three times this semester at the following dates/times:

  • February 28 and March 27, 9:45–10:45 a.m.
    Room 308H, Ayres Hall
  • March 25 and April 29, 2–3 p.m.
    Room 308H, Ayres Hall
  • April 1 and May 7, 1–2 p.m.
    Room 308H, Ayres Hall

Please complete this form to sign-up for the training. Once you register, you will be sent a link to the pre-survey. We ask that you please fill out the pre-survey before attending the training. Since this is a two-part training, we ask that you make sure you are available for both hours of the 2 session training.


  • Patrick Grzanka, Divisional Dean of Social Sciences & Professor, Department of Psychology
  • Erin Hardin, Professor, Department of Psychology
  • Joe Miles, Professor, Department of Psychology