Applications for the 2015 Diversity Development Program is due November 30, 2014.
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OEOD Campus Conversations Series Presents:
Keeping it Queer: Campus Climate and Social Justice Matters
A Presentation and Conversation with:
Assistant Professor, Gender & Sexuality Studies Department
Tuesday, December 2, 2014
(Dr. White Room)
Jeanne Scheper is Assistant Professor of Gender and Sexuality Studies and a recipient of the Hellman Fellowship (2013-2014). Her research and teaching engages with the interdisciplinary fields of performance studies and visual culture; cultural studies; theories of race, gender, & sexuality and trans-Atlantic modernism. Before joining the faculty at UCI, she was Research Director for the Palm Center, a public policy think tank on sexual minorities in the military.
The event is part of the Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity’s Campus Conversations Series
which aims to provide the campus community with opportunities to engage in dialogues about contemporary topics related to equal opportunity and diversity.
Event is free and open to the community. For more information and to RSVP, please call 949-824-5594 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. [ Printable flyer
2015 Diversity Development Program
Applications are due November 30, 2014
The Diversity Development Program
celebrates the diversity that exists in the UCI community and focuses on the dynamics essential to a harmonious environment. Participants will have an opportunity to explore differences in background and identities and find common ground for supporting diversity and inclusion at UCI. This 25-hour certificate program underscores the importance of faculty and staff commitment to diversity, which has implications for recruitment and retention, patient satisfaction, supervisor effectiveness, employee morale and community development.
The program is interactive, and includes exercises designed to promote full participation. Program content and skill building activities include:
- Core workshops dealing with diversity at UCI
- Topics that reflect issues specific to various groups in the UCI community, and
- Multicultural activities and events (e.g, open forums, social/cultural events)
This program is FREE to all UCI faculty and staff. To apply, complete the online application
or call the Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity at (949) 824-5594 for an application form.
1) Provost Gillman is advancing inclusive excellence in academic recruitments. For more information go to the ADVANCE Program website.
2) Diversity Affinity Groups meet to increase visibility in UCI community.
3) Check out the UCI Diversity web page www.uci.edu/diversity for campus-wide diversity resources, events, and information.
The University of California has continuously stated its commitment to excellence through diversity.
Recent efforts have included the appointment of:
The UC Office of the President has developed
and maintains a website on
Diversity at UC
. Included on that site is a
UC Diversity Statement
that was adopted by the Academic Senate and endorsed
by the President. The President and Chancellors of the UC campuses have also
reaffirmed their support for a diverse faculty, stating that faculty diversity is critical
to the success of the University of California, through their signed
Statement on Faculty Diversity
At UC Irvine, the commitment is reiterated
throughout the strategic plan for the next decade,
Focus on Excellence: A Strategy for Academic Development 2005-2015
Chancellor's Advisory Committee on the Status of Staff recently hosted a
neighborhood meeting open to the campus to discuss issues of diversity at UCI.
The UCI Medical Center continues to celebrate diversity in the health professions
via activities and events planned by the UCIMC Diversity Steering Committee.
The Provost institutionalized the ADVANCE Program for Faculty Equity and Diversity
Fall 2006. The Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity provides educational
opportunities to the UCI community through its
Diversity Development Program
Diversity in Medicine
course, as well as customized workshops on request.
More initiatives are currently being developed, proposed, and implemented.
If you have feedback, suggestions, or interest in being involved, please
contact the Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity at email@example.com,
(949) 824-5594, or ZOT 1130.
Summary of Diversity Statements
- UC Diversity Statement
- Chancellors' Statement on Faculty Diversity
Inquiries regarding the University's nondiscrimination, affirmative action, sexual harassment and sexual violence/sex offense policies may be directed to:
Reporting Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, and Sex Offense:
Kirsten K. Quanbeck
For the basics on OEOD's role and services, go to What OEOD Does.
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