The University’s central Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion offers
provides transparency, timely updates and a variety of resources for the university community and the public

Center for Education of Women +
empowers women and underserved individuals in the University of Michigan and surrounding communities by serving as an advocate and providing resources to help them reach their academic, financial, and professional potential.

The Spectrum Center
at University of Michigan is a collaborative space in which all members of the university and local community are welcome. Through collaboration and partnership efforts, the Center supports students to thrive in a diverse society and globally. The center works toward enhancing the campus climate and support services for LGBTQ+ students, staff, and faculty at the university through education, advocacy, and community building.

The International Center
provides services and programs for the diverse community at the University of Michigan by accomplishing its core work to SERVE the international population, FACILITATE intercultural and international education, and FOSTER a global campus community.

Expect Respect
is a unique partnership among students, faculty and staff with intentional collaboration and campus unity around our values. Expect Respect upholds diversity, equity, and inclusion and honors all voices. It is an educational initiative aimed at supporting a campus climate in which all persons are treated with civility and respect while being their authentic selves. 

Office of Services for Students with Disabilities
supports the University’s commitment to equity and diversity by providing support services and academic accommodations to students with disabilities.

MESA
strives to promote student development and empower the campus community around issues of diversity and social justice through the lens of race and ethnicity.

Trotter Multicultural Center
provides a physical space (1443 Washtenaw) along with programming and support that allows students to build community while gaining an appreciation of the breadth of diversity represented at UM.

UM Student support groups, workshops and lunch series
 

DEI-Related Student Organizations

Organizational Learning
is the university’s central department for professional, career and leadership development promoting campus culture change initiatives, lifelong learning resources and opportunities for U-M faculty and staff. They provide resources and training to faculty and staff, as well as entire departments to help enhance diversity, equity and inclusion

CRLT (Center for Research on Learning and Teaching)
provides a variety of resources designed to help faculty respond thoughtful to racially charged campus events and to create an inclusive teaching environment. Faculty members can call the Inclusive Teaching Hotline (734-764-0505) to talk with CRLT consultants for ways to approach issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion in teaching.

Faculty and Staff Counseling and Consultation Office (FASCCO)
provides support and assistance to University staff and faculty in resolving personal or work related concerns. Through a range of sensitive and innovative services, FASCCO seeks to enhance the emotional health, well-being and job performance of members of the university community. es.

The ADVANCE Program
focuses on four areas relevant to the success of a diverse and excellent faculty: recruitment, retention, climate, and leadership development. Together, these encompass not only multiple stages of faculty careers but also multiple mechanisms by which faculty diversity and excellence at U-M are enhanced. The strategies we use to address our goals can be broadly categorized as: research and evaluation; knowledge and skill development; community building; and resources and support.

The University Faculty Ombuds
provides information, options, impartial review, and help in resolving conflicts, and they offer feedback and recommendations for system change to senior administration. Using an alternative dispute resolution sensibility, or perhaps more apt, an appropriate dispute resolution sensibility, the ombuds can provide options to whistleblowers or members of the organization with ethics concerns; provide coaching, shuttle diplomacy, generic solutions (meaning a solution which protects the identity of one individual by applying to a class of people, rather than just for the one individual) and mediation for conflicts; track problem areas; and make recommendations for changes to policies or procedures in support of orderly system change.

 

Being Safe:

How to respond:

All

The University’s central Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion offers
provides transparency, timely updates and a variety of resources for the university community and the public

Center for Education of Women +
empowers women and underserved individuals in the University of Michigan and surrounding communities by serving as an advocate and providing resources to help them reach their academic, financial, and professional potential.

The Spectrum Center
at University of Michigan is a collaborative space in which all members of the university and local community are welcome. Through collaboration and partnership efforts, the Center supports students to thrive in a diverse society and globally. The center works toward enhancing the campus climate and support services for LGBTQ+ students, staff, and faculty at the university through education, advocacy, and community building.

The International Center
provides services and programs for the diverse community at the University of Michigan by accomplishing its core work to SERVE the international population, FACILITATE intercultural and international education, and FOSTER a global campus community.

Expect Respect
is a unique partnership among students, faculty and staff with intentional collaboration and campus unity around our values. Expect Respect upholds diversity, equity, and inclusion and honors all voices. It is an educational initiative aimed at supporting a campus climate in which all persons are treated with civility and respect while being their authentic selves. 

Students

Office of Services for Students with Disabilities
supports the University’s commitment to equity and diversity by providing support services and academic accommodations to students with disabilities.

MESA
strives to promote student development and empower the campus community around issues of diversity and social justice through the lens of race and ethnicity.

Trotter Multicultural Center
provides a physical space (1443 Washtenaw) along with programming and support that allows students to build community while gaining an appreciation of the breadth of diversity represented at UM.

UM Student support groups, workshops and lunch series
 

DEI-Related Student Organizations

Faculty & Staff

Organizational Learning
is the university’s central department for professional, career and leadership development promoting campus culture change initiatives, lifelong learning resources and opportunities for U-M faculty and staff. They provide resources and training to faculty and staff, as well as entire departments to help enhance diversity, equity and inclusion

CRLT (Center for Research on Learning and Teaching)
provides a variety of resources designed to help faculty respond thoughtful to racially charged campus events and to create an inclusive teaching environment. Faculty members can call the Inclusive Teaching Hotline (734-764-0505) to talk with CRLT consultants for ways to approach issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion in teaching.

Faculty and Staff Counseling and Consultation Office (FASCCO)
provides support and assistance to University staff and faculty in resolving personal or work related concerns. Through a range of sensitive and innovative services, FASCCO seeks to enhance the emotional health, well-being and job performance of members of the university community. es.

The ADVANCE Program
focuses on four areas relevant to the success of a diverse and excellent faculty: recruitment, retention, climate, and leadership development. Together, these encompass not only multiple stages of faculty careers but also multiple mechanisms by which faculty diversity and excellence at U-M are enhanced. The strategies we use to address our goals can be broadly categorized as: research and evaluation; knowledge and skill development; community building; and resources and support.

The University Faculty Ombuds
provides information, options, impartial review, and help in resolving conflicts, and they offer feedback and recommendations for system change to senior administration. Using an alternative dispute resolution sensibility, or perhaps more apt, an appropriate dispute resolution sensibility, the ombuds can provide options to whistleblowers or members of the organization with ethics concerns; provide coaching, shuttle diplomacy, generic solutions (meaning a solution which protects the identity of one individual by applying to a class of people, rather than just for the one individual) and mediation for conflicts; track problem areas; and make recommendations for changes to policies or procedures in support of orderly system change.

 

Psychological & Social Support

Being Safe:

How to respond:

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Friday, October 7, 2016
Friday, October 7, 2016