• Life Theatre Presents: Sexual Harassment Prevention for Faculty & Staff Supervisors

    Tuesday, October 27 from 10am - 12pm. An exhilarating, educational and fun alternative to online sexual harassment prevention training. Receive AB1825 credit while participating in an interactive theatrical program that mixes serious education with humor, entertainment and spirited discussion. Register via UC Learning Center (search for "harassment"). Seating is limited; early registration is recommended. For more information about the workshop, contact OEOD at oeod.uci.edu or 949-824-5594. More information here.
  • Campus Conversations Presents: Nation's First Vietnamese American Mayor

    Pictured above: Wendi Morner, Lorelei Tanji, Anh Doan, Mayor Tri Ta, and OEOD's Raid Faraj
    This Campus Conversations Series event occurred on Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at the Dr. White Room in the Cross-Cultural Center. Mayor Tri Ta, the first U.S. Vietnamese American Mayor, spoke about why he decided to run for office, the improvements he has seen in the city of Westminster since he became mayor, and the hobbies he enjoys outside of office. Click to view the printable flyer.
  • DDP Presents: Children of Mixed Marriages Panel

    The Children of Mixed Marriages Panel, hosted by OEOD's Diversity Development Program, occurred on Wednesday, April 22, 2015 in the Dr. White Room at the Cross Cultural Center. This interactive conversation led by Donna Iliescu, Kerry Duncan, and Kevin Huie (pictured above) consisted of the impact of multicultural upbringing and mixed heritage in the United States.
  • Diversity Development Program (DDP) 2015

    The Diversity Development Program (DDP) celebrates UCI's diversity while also addressing the unresolved issues and concerns that exist in a diverse university community. DDP explores the significance of the participants' backgrounds, cultures, and unique experiences in defining their identity and expectations.

  • It's On Us: Chancellor, Students Pledge to Take Stand Against Sexual Assault

    Chancellor Gillman is flanked by ASUCI President Zomorrodian (left) and AGS President Madireddi at "It's On Us" pledge signing Oct. 6. UCI unveiled a sexual offense information website for faculty, staff and students to learn more about campus policies and how to identify and report an offense; the site also provides resources for victims. (Photo: Steve Zylius / UC Irvine)

  • Looking to network? Join a Diversity Affinity Group!

    Faculty and staff diversity affinity groups foster cross-departmental social interaction, professional networking, cultural competencies, recruiting and mentoring. Diversity affinity groups also offer the UCI community at large an opportunity to consult with group members as an information resource. For more information, go to www.oeod.uci.edu/affinity.

UC Irvine Advancing Inclusive Excellence
The University of California has continuously stated its commitment to advancing inclusive excellence. A UC Diversity Statement was adopted by the Academic Senate and by the UC Regents. To support these efforts, the University of California recently developed Guidelines For Addressing Race and Gender Equity in Academic Programs in Compliance with Proposition 209. For more information, go to the UC Diversity website or the UC Irvine Diversity website.

Diversity programs offered by the Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity contribute to this effort. To learn more about OEOD's diversity programs, go to http://www.oeod.uci.edu/training.html.

Reporting Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, and Sexual Offense:

Inquiries regarding the University's nondiscrimination, affirmative action, sexual harassment and sexual violence/sexual offense policies may be directed to:
Kirsten K. Quanbeck
Associate Vice Chancellor — Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
Director of the Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity
Title IX / Sexual Harassment Officer
Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity
103 Multipurpose Science and Technology Building
Irvine, CA 92697-1130
Phone: (949) 824-5594
Email: oeod@uci.edu
For the basics on OEOD's role and services, go to What OEOD Does.