DEI Campus Inventory

The diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) initiatives at UNC Charlotte are guided by the many stories and lived experiences of our campus and surrounding communities. These education and engagement opportunities are designed to cultivate extensive learning and working environment to raise awareness, encourage critical thinking toward problem-solving, broaden understanding, and promote engagement at the local level and beyond. To capture this data, we have created the DEI campus inventory to track and increase accessibility to all DEI initiatives at UNC Charlotte. 

As this database continues to grow, we invite you to help us keep it up-to-date. If you know of an initiative that is not listed, please click the SUBMIT OR UPDATE YOUR DEI INITIATIVES button below and complete the form. Thank you for your commitment to inclusive excellence.

Submit  or Update Your DEI Initiatives

Anti-Oppression Resources Guide

This guide was created by Atkins Librarians to support UNC Charlotte students as they seek resources, community, and support to combat oppression for themselves and others. This is not an exhaustive list of resources available, but rather serves as a starting point...

Anti-Racism Graduate Certificate Program

The Graduate Certificate in Anti-Racism provides a coherent curriculum that draws from four content courses addressing race and racism in professional or organizational spaces. The Certificate caters to individuals interested in an advanced degree that provides an...

Anti-Racism Graduate Certificate Program

The Graduate Certificate in Anti-Racism provides a coherent curriculum that draws from four content courses addressing race and racism in professional or organizational spaces. The Certificate caters to individuals interested in an advanced degree that provides an...

APHCS Annual Diversity Speaker

As part of our strategic plan we will have an annual diversity speaker that will present to the faculty and staff in the Department of Applied Physiology, Health , and Clinical Sciences.

Asian American Student Staff Workshop by Dr. Othelia Lee

UNC Charlotte Social Work professor, Dr. Othelia Lee, will conduct a workshop focused on the Asian American student population for the University Career Center staff. Case studies, a stereotype activity, and a commitment letter activity were all included.

ASPIRE

ASPIRE is a professional development program for employees who are looking to advance in their career. This certificate program enhances your knowledge of career development, behavioral interviewing, communication and leadership skills. This workshop runs for three...

Assistive Learning Technologies and Learning Space

AISLE partners with the Office of Disability Services and Facilities Management to provide classroom technologies and environments that adhere to ADA requirements and industry best practices for accessibility. They also advise on policies and procedures for learning...

Atkins DEIA in Descriptive Practices Working Group

The DEIA in Descriptive Practices Working Group is tasked with devising strategies to address controlled vocabulary terms and other language used in the descriptions of resources in Atkins Library’s search systems about people of color and marginalized communities...

Atkins Library Black Student Experience Study

We have four primary goals for undertaking this study. 1) We hope to understand the distinct experiences of Black students at UNC Charlotte, specifically regarding their perceptions of Atkins Library’s spaces, services, and resources. 2) We intend to recommend...

Atkins Library Black Student Experience Study

We have four primary goals for undertaking this study. 1) We hope to understand the distinct experiences of Black students at UNC Charlotte, specifically regarding their perceptions of Atkins Library’s spaces, services, and resources. 2) We intend to recommend...

Atkins Library Book Club

The Atkins Library book club focuses on diversity and cultural topics to spark conversations around inclusivity, equity, and awareness of human differences embedded in our society and culture. Originally part of the Atkins Library Self-Selected Group Development,...

Atkins Library Diversity and Inclusion Committee

The Atkins Library Diversity & Inclusion Committee will focus its initiatives on developing concrete steps for staff to increase their understanding of diversity issues and facilitating opportunities for broadening awareness of diversity as an essential way of...

Atkins Library Multi Year Accessibility Plan

This Accessibility Plan will serve as a guide for accessibility work and goals for 2022-2025. This Accessibility Plan also aligns with the mission, vision, values, and strategic plan of Atkins Library. The plan includes goals for staff training and education;...

Atkins Library Racial Justice Plan Working Group

The Atkins Library Racial Justice Plan is a framework for action that outlines initiatives that support racial justice at Atkins Library

Award/Recognition: Distinguished Fellow of the National Academies of Practice (NAP) in Social Work

I am being inducted as a Distinguished Fellow of the National Academies of Practice (NAP) in Social Work in recognition of my practice and research in interprofessional healthcare specifically contributions in multiple sclerosis, child, adolescent and adult mental...

Belk College LGBTQ+ Affinity Group

The purpose of the Belk College of Business LGBTQ+ Affinity Group is to provide networking opportunities for LGBTQ+ faculty, staff, and students; to provide education on LGBTQ+ issues for faculty, staff, and students; and to promote LGBTQ+ events on and off campus....