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Dean's Award for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Faculty and staff are recognized for displaying an exceptional commitment to fostering an inclusive environment in which diversity is understood, valued, respected and supported through the Dean's Award for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. Individual and...

Diversity Toolkit

The purpose of the toolkit is to provide Belk College faculty and staff some ideas on how to create an inclusive learning environment for our students, while also presenting ideas and recommendations on how to be more inclusive as professionals.

Joint Faculty/Staff Committee on Diversity

This joint faculty/staff committee advises the Dean on matters relating to diversity within the Belk College, including diversity in the student body, faculty, and staff. The committee and the Belk College work to build an inclusive environment that promotes the...

Lunch & Learn: Belonging at Work

U.S. Businesses spend a lot of money on Diversity...

PD Meetup: How to Ask About a Company's Commitment to DEI

During this event, we will discuss ways that you can identify companies who are putting meaningful DEI support into place. How can you see beyond the website statement to find companies who display a commitment to inclusion in the workplace?

PD Meetup: Navigating Standards of Professionalism

During this event, we will discuss definitions of professionalism and evaluate the impact these standards can have on underrepresented groups within the workplace

JEDI Lunch & Learn

Student organization leaders are invited to attend a roundtable discussion over lunch about how to include topics of justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion into their student organizations.

Honors Diversity Networking Events

The Honors College supports 30 honors programs across campus. Diversity among honors students is uneven across those programs, leaving some students feeling they are "onlies" in the honors program, while others see/know numbers of honors students like them. This is...

Visibility and Inclusion

As the Honors College has become more diverse, we found that much of our visual culture remained white-dominated. Recruiting brochures, website, social media accounts, annual newsletters, speakers, course offerings, published student profiles, etc, all lagged behind...

Affinity Lunches

Each month the CGLL hosts a lunch for graduate students who self-identify as a member of an affinity group. Deans join to hear from the students about their concerns and challenges.