Academic Enrichment Programs (AEP) Diversity Working Group
Forum for discussion of issues (primarily recruitment and retention of students and staff), planning and action on DE&I.
Description of Committee
The Wellness and Recreation Diversity and Inclusion work team (DiveIn) works to identify ways to support and celebrate all students, staff and Carmichael Complex members through intentional efforts to promote diversity and ultimately an inclusive environment through facilities, programming and updated policies. Wellness and Recreation is committed to creating a positive and impactful experience that best supports the diverse Wolfpack Community and their holistic wellness.
Diversity Committee within University Housing
Description of Committee
- Durell Hurst, Co-Chair
- Mariah Neihbert, Co-Chair
University College IDEA Committee
Description of IDEA Committee
Inclusion, diversity, equity, and access are central to the success of University College. It is integral to “fostering scholarship and critical inquiry while providing equal access to all students, and helping them develop as engaged global citizens” (from University College’s Mission and Vision page). We welcome the varied perspectives, experiences, backgrounds, and knowledge that are brought to us by our faculty, staff, students, and campus partners. The essence of an enriched educational experience lies in our ability to create learning opportunities and foster respect in the classroom and beyond in order to empower all community members to contribute.
Interviewing different entities in University College as they relate to DEI
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- Yvette Thompson
- Liza Green
- Tommy Yandle
- Cliff Parker
- Joy Kagendo
- Ken Johnson
- Beth Wright Fath (UC Liaison)
- Video Subcommittee (coming soon)
- Restoration Subcommittee (coming soon)
- Hiring Practices Subcommittee (coming soon)
University Advancement T.I.D.E Committee (Taskforce on Inclusion, Diversity and Equity)
Create an inclusive environment that fosters a culture of civility, respect, advocacy, and education to promote diversity, equity, and access for University Advancement.
- Be in good employment standing at the University.
- Regularly attend and actively participate in meetings and subcommittee meetings (if applicable).
- Inform “home departments” and other colleagues of all D&I Taskforce activities and encourage them to provide their ideas and recommendations.
- Provide feedback about the concerns of all colleagues to the Taskforce.
- Serve as an advocate and ambassador for diversity, inclusion and equity in your departments, University Advancement, and throughout the University.
- Collectively advise, and make recommendations to the Vice-Chancellor for University Advancement regarding DE&I issues.
- Members serve for a 2-year term.