At the University of Arizona, Diversity and Inclusion develops skills that are crucial to succeed in today’s global marketplace. We provide accessible, engaging environments that inspire creativity, enhance our ability to think critically and challenge us to fully realize our leadership potential. As a result, we approach some of society’s most complex problems without hesitation, enriched by many perspectives and challenge the status quo to achieve excellence in our teaching, research, and service.
Diversity and Inclusion: College of Medicine
Welcome to the Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI) at the College of Medicine! Created in 2012, ODI was established to lead the college’s current diversity and inclusion efforts for students, residents, faculty and staff as well initiating, coordinating and evaluating new programs to create a comprehensive network of diversity and inclusion initiatives.
Commission on the Status of Women
The Commission on the Status of Women is a well-established advocacy arm of the University of Arizona that actively champions a just, equitable and inclusive campus. We shape policy, address current needs and promote the advancement of all gender identities.
We are women and men. We are faculty, appointed professionals, classified staff and graduate students. We are the University's stewards of equity and inclusion.
Dr. Laura Hunter, Program and Research Manager, explores unconscious bias, the confidence gap, and career trajectories for women in the academic world. Dr. Hunter provides insight and advice for navigating these issues and more. Introduction by Dr. Linda Nelson, Director of Faculty Development.