|Submission Date||June 30, 2017|
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Outreach & Communications Coordinator
Office of Sustainability
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|Student diversity and equity||Yes|
|Employee diversity and equity||Yes|
PRESIDENT'S COUNCIL ON DIVERSITY
The Council on Diversity has been formed to further the University’s commitment to equal opportunity. It is my belief that a great university is a diverse university with world-balance.
The Council on Diversity is also charged with identifying ways to increase the diversity of the faculty, staff and students. Our goal is that the diversity of faculty, staff and students at the University of Florida will closely reflect the population of the state of Florida as a whole. To that end, the Council on Diversity will:
Review the practices of each college and department within the University to determine whether improvements could be made to increase student, staff, and/or faculty diversity.
Analyze the efforts of other peer institutions similar to UF to identify any new and promising approaches available to increase student, staff, and/or faculty diversity.
Propose policies that serve to increase/retain student, staff, and/or faculty diversity.Please join me in working with members of the Council on Diversity when your area receives requests for access to data, policies, and other information that may be relevant to issues of diversity. Our efforts to support the council will bring us closer to fulfilling our mission of becoming one of the most respected public universities in the nation.
Together we can accomplish academic excellence within our community, reflective of the rich culture and diversity of our state and nation.
INSTITUTIONAL EQUITY & DIVERSITY OFFICE
- The focal point of the University of Florida’s Institutional Equity & Diversity office is to ensure equitable treatment of all students and employees.
- The office networks with all aspects of campus employment in order to work toward a learning and working environment free of discrimination and harassment for current as well as prospective students and employees.
- The office assists with information or concerns about fair-hiring practices, high-quality work environments, as well as the diversity of our great staff and faculty.
MULTICULTURAL & DIVERSITY AFFAIRS
UF Multicultural & Diversity Affairs is a department within the Division of Student Affairs. It provides a wide range of services, educational opportunities, learning, support, outreach, activities and engagement for students. Multicultural & Diversity Affairs is a collective collaboration between the Institute of Black Culture; Institute of Hispanic-Latino Cultures; Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Affairs; Asian Pacific Islander American Affairs; and Intercultural Engagement.
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The HR Office of Training and Development Offers a course on diversity in the workplace, GET789: Diversity & Inclusion at UF - “Diversity & Inclusion at UF” is an online course which outlines key components of Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and diversity at the University of Florida. This course utilizes case study videos and graphic novels to demonstrate inclusive behaviors, and also highlights key moments in history that have had an impact on inclusion in higher education.
The office of Multicultural & Diversity Affairs provides training and information sessions to students, faculty, and staff on issues including diversity, leadership/mentorship, inclusion, bias, acceptance, and more. Their website serves as a portal for gender resources, diversity and multicultural resources, community resources, scholarships, and more. They have also established the BEAD (Become Educated About Diversity) Project, which offers training and workshops on diversity and inclusion.
BEAD (Become Educated About Diversity) Project: http://www.multicultural.ufl.edu/services/bead_project/
Multicultural & Diversity Affairs: http://www.multicultural.ufl.edu/
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The information presented here is self-reported. While AASHE staff review portions of all STARS reports and institutions are welcome to seek additional forms of review, the data in STARS reports are not verified by AASHE. If you believe any of this information is erroneous or inconsistent with credit criteria, please review the process for inquiring about the information reported by an institution and complete the Data Inquiry Form.