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Social Sciences
Littleford, L. (0).  Diversity in the undergraduate curriculum. Teaching of Psychology. 40(2), 111-117.
Boysen, G.A. (2011).  Diversity topics covered in teaching of psychology courses. Teaching of Psychology. 38(2), 89-93.
Harris, J., Hill B., & Kiernan M. (2012).  A model for increasing indigenous participation in psychology degrees. Australian Psychologist. 47(3), 128-136.
Case, K., Stewart B., & Tittsworth J. (2009).  Transgender across the curriculum: A psychology for inclusion. Teaching Of Psychology. 36(2), 117-121.
Cochran, B., & Robohm J. (2015).  Integrating LGBT competencies into the multicultural curriculum of graduate psychology training programs: Expounding and expanding upon hope and chappell's choice points: Commentary on "extending training in multicultural competencies to include individua. Clinical Psychology-Science And Practice. 22(2), 119-126.
Pettijohn, T.F., & Walzer A.S. (2008).  Reducing racism, sexism, and homophobia in college students by completing a psychology of prejudice course. College Student Journal. 42(2), 459-468.
Peterson, S., & Kroner T. (1992).  Gender biases in textbooks for introductory psychology and human development. Psychology of Women Quarterly. 16(1), 17-36.
Dennick-Brecht, M. (1993).  Developing a more inclusive sociology curriculum: Racial and ethnic group coverage in thirty introductory textbooks. Teaching Sociology. 21(2), 166-171.
Hedley, M., & Markowitz L. (2001).  Avoiding moral dichotomies: Teaching controversial topics to resistant students. Teaching Sociology. 29(2), 195-208.
Moradi, B., & Yoder J. (2001).  Demonstrating social constructionism in psychology courses: The "who am I?" exercise. Teaching Of Psychology. 28(3), 201-203.
Rios, D., Stewart A. J., & Winter D. G. (2010).  "Thinking she could be the next president": Why identifying with the curriculum matters. Psychology of Women Quarterly. 34(3), 11.
Bair, S. (2015).   Inclusive historical narratives: Lessons from mary ritter beard and carter g. woodson. Social Studies Research & Practice. 10(2), 11.
Settles, I., O'Connor R. C., & Yap S. C. Y. (2016).  Climate Perceptions and Identity Interference Among Undergraduate Women in STEM: The Protective Role of Gender Identity. Psychology of Women Quarterly. 40(4), 
Science Technology Engineering and Math
George, Y.S., Neale D.S., Van Horne V., & Malcom S.M. (2001).  In pursuit of a diverse science, technology, engineering and mathematics workforce: Recommended research priorities to enhance participation by underrepresented minorities.
Banks, J. (2006).  Cultural diversity and education : Foundations, curriculum, and teaching.
Beldecos, A., Balley S., Gilbert S., Hicks K., Kenschaft L., Niemczyk N., et al. (1988).  The importance of feminist critique for contemporary cell biology. Hypatia. 3(1), 61-75.
Chang, M., Sharkness J., Hurtado S., & Newman C. (2014).  What matters in college for retaining aspiring scientists and engineers from underrepresented racial groups. Journal of Research in Science Teaching. 51(5), 555-580.
Espinosa, L. (2011).  Pipelines and pathways: Women of color in undergraduate stem majors and the college experiences that contribute to persistence. Harvard Educational Review. 81(2), 209-240.
Muzino, J.N. (1997).  Balancing the Curriculum in the Biological Sciences. Biology CUNY panel : Rethinking the disciplines. 43-55.
Rosser, S. (1993).  Female friendly science: Including women in curricular content and pedagogy. Journal of General Education . 42(3), 191-220.
Strayhorn, T.L. (2010).  Undergraduate research participation and stem graduate degree aspirations among students of color. New Directions for Institutional Research. 2010(148), 85-93.
Gurung, R., & Prieto L.R. (2009).  Getting culture : Incorporating diversity across the curriculum.
Leggon, C.B. (2006).  Women in science: Racial and ethnic differences and the differences they make. The Journal of Technology Transfer. 31(3), 325-333.
Bennett, J. E., & Sekaquaptewa D. (2014).  Setting an egalitarian social norm in the classroom: Improving attitudes towards diversity among male engineering students.. Social Psychology of Education: An International Journal. 17(2), 12.
Voltz, D. L., Sims M. J., Nelson B., & Bivens C. (2008).  Engineering successful inclusion in standards-based urban classrooms. Middle School Journal. 39(5), 7.