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Diversity and Inclusion Resources

The Diversity and Inclusion Office provides many resources to Whitman students, faculty, staff and alumni. This set of resources will be updated frequently. Please check back often to see new available resources.
 

Resource Listing:

Strengthening Knowledge Creation and Research in Entrepreneurship: Inclusion Matters

Global Career Panel for International Students

International students face many obstacles in understanding how to navigate their professional employment searches. This panel of experienced international professional share their journey and best practices.
Global Career Panel for International Students Recording

One Whitman Talks :

Ambitious and Anxious: How Chinese College Students Succeed
and Struggle in American Higher Education

Wed. April 20, 2022
12:00 – 1:00 p.m.

Associate Professor Yingyi Ma
One Whitman Talks – Professor Ma will share insights from her research and her monograph, Ambitious and Anxious: How Chinese College Students Succeed and Struggle in American Higher Education, which was published by Columbia University Press in February 2020. 

SU Libraries has a dedicated page of resources to understand, research and study questions on racial justice.

A Virtual Teach in
A virtual teach-in featuring video clips showcasing disciplinary perspectives from faculty all across campus providing a context for understanding the trial, the campaign for Black Lives and racialized trauma. Link to Virtual Teach-Ins

Juneteenth 
The Syracuse University 19-day observance of Juneteeth included a series of readings, lectures, videos and other content that helps our community learn about the Black experience leading up to and following Juneteenth. The content has been posted on https://diversity.syr.edu/resources/juneteenth/. We invite students, faculty and staff to reflect on these 19 days of reflection.

Diversity: The Story in the Stats (A repot from AACSB and GMAC)

Link to Article


University Resources
Visit Syracuse Univeristy's Diversity pages and see what additional resurces are available to or community. There are many exicting things taking place.  https://diversity.syr.edu  Review our Pulse Survey and Diversity Initiatives as well. https://diversity.syr.edu/pulse-survey

Glossary of Diverse Terms