On-Campus Trainings

Over 600 campus trainings since 2006!

Since 2006, Dr. Shropshire's trainings have included the following topics:

  • Strategies in Recruiting Minority Faculty/Staff
  • Selection Committee Diversity Training and Development
  • Addressing Implicit Bias and Workplace Stereotypes
  • Increasing Minority Applications to Graduate and Professional School
  • Developing Support Mechanisms for Diverse Students on Campus
  • Enhancing Workplace Productivity/Leadership Traits in Your Office
  • Building an OnBoarding Program for New Employees
  • Keeping Your Talent: Retaining Minority Faculty/Staff
  • Campus Police Department Diversity Sensitivity Training
  • College and University President Equity Training
  • Inclusion and Equity Training for Staff

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What are they saying...

Brown University

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"One of the best professional development opportunities I've ever taken."


Auburn University

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"Thank you for providing practical, realistic ideas and resources..."


University of Michigan

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"Mr. Shropshire has all the qualities you want in a presenter" 

Cornell University

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"One of the most knowledgeable and engaging speakers I have ever heard"


Southwestern College (CA)

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"Real, effective strategies - right to the point!"


Western Oregon University

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"Based on your presentation to our faculty, we have already made some remarkable adjustments"

St. Charles Community College

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"Thank you for providing practical, realistic ideas and resources for our good work in diversifying our campus faculty and staff!  Keep me posted on any and all other programs/resources you may offer down the road."


New York University

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"Using your techniques allowed us to develop strategies based on our specific mission and challenges."


University of Tennessee

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"Thank you for your fresh insights and providing a good learning and sharing opportunity. I really value the experience, and I’m eager to begin implementing some of the material learned."