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Diversity and Inclusion

We are deeply committed to bringing the University’s value of diversity and inclusion to action. Here, you can explore diversity and inclusion related programming, advocacy, services and support resources that are available throughout Student Life.

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SOCIAL JUSTICE PEER EDUCATOR APPLICATIONS

 

Become a Social Justice Peer Educator, a paid student leader position for the 2021-2022 academic year. Peer educators will be trained to facilitate peer-led workshops on identity, inclusion, and social justice.

APPLY BY TUESDAY, JUNE 15!

 

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Everyday Diversity:
Presented by Justin Jones Fosu

The big buzz word going around today is Diversity and quickly followed by Inclusion. How do you feel about it? Really, when you first hear or see the word “Diversity” what emotions and thoughts does it bring to your mind? Diversity speaker Justin Jones Fosu found that in his audiences there are several different thoughts and reactions. Some people love it, and some people hate it. Some people feel positive thoughts and other dreadful ones. Some people feel like it helps them and others feel like it puts them at a disadvantage. Jones says that we may have been wrongly defining Diversity in the first place and that EVERYONE benefits from it when it’s viewed the right way? Jones believes that we have to move the conversation from where it’s been (THE Head) to where it should be (THE HEART).

Community Support

  • Congratulations and thank you, class of 2021!
    Congratulations, class of 2021! You have weathered an academic journey unlike any we’ve ever seen. We see and validate the many feelings that may surround this commencement season, from triumph and relief to disappointment and a sense of loss for those moments unable to be had during the COVID-19 pandemic. The CCSD staff would like […]
  • Support for Indian Diaspora
    Since mid-March, India has been experiencing a devastating surge in Covid-19 cases and deaths. The immense grief and sadness has been further intensified by shortages in vaccines, hospital beds for critically ill individuals, necessary treatments such as oxygen tanks, and a lack of transparency regarding the current state of affairs in many state and union […]

Need to file a report for discrimination, sexual misconduct, or Title IX violation?

During this time of concern, we want to reiterate the University of Delaware values of diversity and inclusion. We are aware that Asian, Pacific-Islander, Desi-American, and other members of our UD community may be targeted during this time based on stereotypes and misconceptions about the Coronavirus. If you believe you have experienced discrimination or harassment based upon your race, national origin or other protected identity, please contact the Office of Equity and Inclusion for assistance at oei@udel.edu. You may also directly submit a report and receive follow-up.

The University of Delaware Non-Discrimination policy serves to promote an academic and work environment that is free from all forms of discrimination, including harassment. Review the Non-Discrimination policy.

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