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Inclusion, Equity, and Diversity at the COE

The Division of Equity and Inclusion details the University of Oregon IDEAL plan to promote equity and inclusion across our campus and features the faculty, staff, and student support services and academic initiatives offered by the office, including equity and inclusion statements and multicultural resources.

The UO profile provides comprehensive information about student enrollment and admissions including, ethnic minority and international student representation, geographic representation, graduation rates, student organizations, etc. There are also comprehensive enrollment reports.

The UO is an institutional member of the National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity, which provides an external mentoring community and intensive professional development training designed to help faculty, post-docs, and graduate students increase research and writing productivity, and improve work-life balance.
The mission of the Center for Multicultural Academic Excellence is to promote student retention and persistence for historically underrepresented and underserved populations by developing and implementing programs and services that support retention, academic excellence, and success at the UO and beyond.

The Center on Diversity and Community sponsors programs to build capacity of individuals and units to advance the University’s goals of equity and inclusion. Programs include the faculty writing center, Fellows program, and faculty and staff collaborations on equity initiatives. CoDaC also supports implementation of the IDEAL plan and collaboration with the Office of Academic Affairs to strengthen faculty searches and hiring practices.

The Many Nations Longhouse was blessed as sacred place built on sacred ground. It hosts many events that bring together Native American students, faculty and staff, the local Native American community, including members of the nine federally recognized tribes of Oregon: Burns Paiute Tribe; Confederated Tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua, and Siuslaw; Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde Community of Oregon; Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians of Oregon; Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation; Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Indian Reservation; Coquille Indian Tribe; Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Indians; Klamath Tribes.

For more information about diversity, equity, and inclusion at the COE, contact Krista Chronister, assistant dean for equity and inclusion.

The Multicultural Center was ideally aspired to be a center “where all students would be welcomed to meet, plan, and help with educating the community about diversity.” The MCC accommodates meetings of student unions, educational and cultural workshops, guest speakers and artists, art displays, hip hop concerts, etc. The MCC also provides potential coalition space for groups in one physical location, encouraging dialogue and cooperation toward achieving common goals.

Includes four units dedicated to supporting faculty, post-doc, and student research including, proposal development resources, external review of proposals, graphic design, and exploration of funding opportunities.

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