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A more diverse and inclusive campus will come from senior-level leadership with a strategic vision for the design, promotion and delivery of best-practice diversity, inclusion and cultural competency efforts across campus.
The annual Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Summit provides a space for staff, faculty and student leaders to be in community and conversation on key DEI topics, the latest progress of TU's inaugural Diversity Strategic Plan and related institutional priorities, as well as concrete strategies, tools and resources for everyone to play a part in maintaining progress toward our shared goals.
We are each responsible to complete Title IX training programs. The online training is available and offered to all TU students. This program offers several self-paced safety courses which can be accessed 24/7 and comes with a printable certificate of successful completion.
Sometimes referred to as the Divine Nine, the NPHC organizations align with the beliefs of Dr. Julius Chapman, TU’s first dean of minority affairs, who was responsible for bringing TU’s historically Black Greek organizations to campus 50 years ago. The nine organizations include Alpha Kappa Alpha, Alpha Phi Alpha, Delta Sigma Theta, Iota Phi Theta, Kappa Alpha Psi, Omega Psi Phi, Phi Beta Sigma, Sigma Gamma Rho, and Zeta Phi Beta.
This video resource aims to develop the knowledge and understanding of seeking accurate information on COVID-19 and how responses to the pandemic are often linked to racial and ethnic stereotypes.
TU celebrates Hispanic/Latinx culture and serves as home to several organizations and student groups
TU Hillel welcomes executive director Rabbi Alex Salzberg ’11 and assistant director Jamie Aaron
Award again recognizes TU's commitment to inclusive excellence
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