From Diversifying Economic Quality: A Wiki for Instructors and Departments
- The Chronicle of Higher Education features Div.E.Q. as a diversity initiative having success!
- See Div.E.Q. Live at the ASSA meetings and other Upcoming Events.
- From Where are the Women Economics Majors? CSWEP Newsletter, Summer 2013
- "Amanda Bayer, an economist at Swarthmore, has developed and hosts a wiki that describes how racial bias affects teaching and learning, and demonstrates pedagogical strategies to help instructors reach and retain students from diverse race and ethnic backgrounds."
- From “Research Statement by Emma von Essen (October 2012)”:
- "Questions raised in the classroom often provide a view of human behavior which differs from the standard economic view. A recently created webpage “Diversifying Economic Quality: A Wiki for Instructors and Departments” is an excellent initiative, something I intend to use to improve my teaching practices."
- On Twitter:
- Terrific resource on diversifying the econ classroom experience, from @Div_E_Q </p>— Joan Combs Durso (@econoprof) "https://twitter.com/econoprof/statuses/377494799244615680" September 10, 2013
- While preparing for #assa I came across @Div_E_Q website. Great resource and objective. #teachecon #diversity </p>— Abdullah Al-Bahrani (@teach_econ) https://twitter.com/teach_econ/statuses/286244309362171905 January 1, 2013
- Cool Tools coming out of Swarthmore College's Economics Department! Check out Div.E.Q.!!!!... </p>— RU Economics (@RUEcon) https://twitter.com/RUEcon/statuses/273829613531185153 November 28, 2012
- Interesting new online resource - Div.E.Q. - promotes diversity in economics teaching and research. Check it out: </p>— Econ4 (@Econ4_news) https://twitter.com/Econ4_news/statuses/262206832796381184 October 27, 2012