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Research clearly shows that the course climate affects student learning, critical thinking, and career preparation. In this interactive session, participants will explore ways to create an "explicitly centralizing" classroom climate, one in which marginalized and multiple perspectives are intentionally integrated into course content and activities. Participants will discuss factors affecting classroom climate such as course content, tone, stereotype threat, and faculty-student interactions, and they will generate alternative strategies to readily employ in their classes.