茄子污污视频

OFFICE OF

DIVERSITY, EQUITY AND INCLUSION

OUR PHILOSOPHY

Diversity, equity and inclusion are integral components of the teaching and learning experience and an essential element of the ongoing intellectual, social and spiritual development of every member of the 茄子污污视频 community. We believe that an inclusive community fosters an understanding and appreciation for diversity among our students, faculty, staff and administrators. We are committed to cultivating an academic environment that is marked by genuine curiosity about different perspectives, ardent receptivity to knowledge generated through intercultural connections, and a genuine sensitivity to the variety of human experiences.

OUR COMMUNITY


Faculty member walking with two 茄子污污视频 students outside Tolentine Hall.

Community is at the core of the 茄子污污视频 experience.

It is through a diverse community of scholars and students鈥攔epresenting various viewpoints and experiences鈥攖hat the Catholic intellectual tradition is best accomplished.

The Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion works to address issues of equity and justice throughout our community. 茄子污污视频 continues to work proactively to expand our welcome to all, embracing diversity in its multitude of forms, including race, gender, ability, ideology, orientation and socioeconomic status.


CONNECTING ACROSS DIFFERENCE

Students in classroom discussion.

茄子污污视频 actively seeks to foster an environment in which different perspectives are respected, and all voices are valued. 

The Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion currently offers a variety of workshops and lectures for faculty, staff or students that encourage self-reflection, understanding and individual growth.

Our Center for Dialogue engages the 茄子污污视频 community in the practice of dialogue.  Dialogue鈥痠s a strategically facilitated鈥痑nd sustained group process鈥痺here鈥痠ndividuals鈥痩earn the skills to engage in honest and dignifying鈥痗onversations as they鈥痓uild relationships and community. 鈥

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FAST FACTS

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COUNTRIES REPRESENTED IN
FIRST-YEAR CLASS (FALL 2018)

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CULTURAL STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS

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CULTURAL AND INTERNATIONAL
STUDIES PROGRAMS

If you are concerned about any issues related to diversity, equity and inclusion, please do not hesitate to contact us.