Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI)
CSBS EDI MISSION
We in the College of Social and Behavioral Science recognize that diversity and inclusion are necessary for a wholistic educational experience.
Our aim is to create and sustain a climate where all individuals treat each other with respect and dignity. Only then can we all stretch our minds to places that may feel intellectually unfamiliar, but that excite the mind and lead to new discoveries that benefit societies here and around the globe.
We do not support acts of intolerance against another's race, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity and expression, ability, socioeconomic status, veteran status, size, national origin, language, religion or any other real or perceived differences based on an individual's identity.
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CSBS Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) committee
The CSBS Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Committee is committed to: a) fostering and advocating for cultural transformation with regard to equity, diversity and inclusion, b) offering resources to students, staff, and faculty to foster a more equitable, diverse, and inclusive campus, and c) standing with disenfranchised communities in ongoing liberation struggles for human rights on campus and off.
Programs Mgr. - Anthropology
Associate Prof. - Geography
PhD Student - Geography
Angelina DeMarco, Ph.D Student
Kyla Welch, Programs Manager
CSBS Advancement Board
Shawn Teigan, Research Director at Utah Foundation
Fernando Wilson, Professor
Environmental & Sustainability Studies
Adrienne Cachelin, Associate Professor (Lecturer)
Family and Consumer Studies
Sonia Salari, Professor
Aaron Flores, Ph.D. Student
Richard Medina, Associate Professor
Health, Society & Policy
Elizabeth Izampuye, Undergraduate Student
Rebecca Utz, Associate Professor
Ella Myers, Associate Professor
Sharon Mastracci, Professor
Lisa Aspinwall, Professor
Theresa Martinez, Associate Professor
Student Success Center
Ally Maringa, Academic Advising Coordinator
HAVE A QUESTION OR CONCERN? CONTACT US!
Click below if you have an issue that you would like the EDI Committee to addressCONTACT USCorrespondence sent to this address will be received by the EDI Committee Co-Chairs.
Please visit a list of resources, educational materials, articles, and opportunities
to GET INVOLVED with Black Lives Matter, put together by the University's Equity,
Diversity and Inclusion team as we move forward together as a University and a country.
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