Our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion is grounded in our aspiration to cultivate intellectual rigor and curiosity among our students and to prepare them to thrive in and contribute to a globally diverse, complex, and interconnected world.
The College values diversity, equity, and inclusion.
The College of Arts and Sciences stands in solidarity with the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities in denouncing the racially motivated attacks that have been happening against Asian Americans across the nation and especially the recent mass shooting targeting Asian women.
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The College of Arts and Sciences would like to be informed about bias incidents, harassment, or similar issues that impact the well-being of our community. Faculty in the core College may use our College Accountability Form to report their concerns.
Taking place in January 2021, this Food for Thought features Professors Michelle Moyd, Amrita Chakrabarti Myers, and Maisha Wester, who discussed the United States’ multidimensional histories of ongoing racist violence, injustice, and economic disparities, and the role of the liberal arts.