A growing body of research documents systematic differences in how students evaluate college instructors, with women, non-native English speakers, and minorities receiving systematically lower ratings. The purpose of this study is to assess the efficacy of utilizing modified introductory language to mitigate implicit bias in student evaluations of instruction. The study is being conducted at The Ohio State University during the Spring 2021 semester by Joyce Chen, Brandon Genetin, Vladimir Kogan, and Alan Kalish with support from the Bluenotes Group and The Ohio State University's Office of Diversity and Inclusion. To learn more about this study, click here for more information.
Instructors of undergraduate courses for the Spring 2021 semester in the Colleges of Arts and Sciences and Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences are eligible to participate. If you would like to join the study, please click here.