|Submission Date||May 31, 2013|
Director of Sustainability
DELI is a campus-wide Diversity Initiative focusing on education opportunities, leadership training and communications. The EVC/Provost charged the Committee with responsibility to develop and implement a comprehensive diversity education & training initiative to build institutional capacity to enhance diversity; offer skill-building and leadership development opportunities for faculty, staff and students; and create infrastructure supporting a long-term diversity strategy.
The charge specifies three primary tasks:
1.Create a web-based clearinghouse to provide a single source access to all diversity resources on campus
2.Develop and implement a communications strategy to keep diversity and the campus’s efforts toward diversity in the public eye; and
3.Set parameters for the measure and assessment of success of diversity initiatives
Gladys Brown, Director of the Office of Faculty and Staff Affirmative Action, is Chair of the committee.
Carolyn Stark, Assistant Executive Vice Chancellor, and Executive Director, Palm Desert Graduate Center
Yolanda T. Moses, Associate Vice Chancellor, Diversity, Excellence & Equity, and Vice Provost of Conflict Resolution
Marlene Zuk, Associate Vice Provost for Faculty Equity and Diversity
Marilyn Voce, Assistant Vice Chancellor, Human Resources
Katina Napper, Director, Academic Personnel
Sue Anderson, Human Resources Education and Development Manager
Holly Evans, Human Resources Recruitment Services Manager
Debbie Artis, Director, Title IX/Sexual Harassment Office
Adrienne Sims, Director, Women’s Resource Director
Gladis Berkowitz-Herrera, Director, Undergraduate Education
Cathy Eckman, Student Affairs, Manager, Finance and Administration
Jeanette Bradeen, Director, Residence Life
Brian Murphy, Equity Administrator, OFSAA
Sara Umali, Academic Personnel, Analyst
Maria Franco-Aguilar, Director, Graduate Division Academic Preparation & Outreach
Janette De LaRosa Ducut, Training & Development Officer, Environmental Health & Safety
The Diversity Office provides resources for students, faculty and satff on all issues concerning diversity at UCR and with community engagement.
The AVCDEE is the chief diversity officer and leader of UCR’s initiatives to promote diversity as a means to academic excellence, multicultural understanding and professional competence.
Included in the AVCDEE’s charge are assisting and monitoring all units of the campus in their efforts to recruit and retain diverse faculty, staff, and student body, as well as planning, implementing and overseeing development of programs and activities to support the culture of open inquiry, pluralism, mutual respect and engagement throughout the campus.
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