Diversity Council

The Diversity Council for the College of Architecture is an executive advisory council composed of faculty, staff, undergraduate, and graduate students representing every department housed by the College. We are a hands-on committee dedicated to equal treatment of all, despite ethnic background, religious beliefs, age, political beliefs, socio-economic status, sexual orientation, physical ability, gender, and more. The council convences biweekly and since its establishment in 2011, it has emerged as an integral part of the COA which discusses, plans, and executes diversity initiatives.

According to the Campus Climate Survey, the majority of students and faculty feel comfortable within the college and that is our goal! If you ever do not feel welcomed in the College's environment, please come see us.

 

WHAT IS DIVERSITY?

In the College of Architecture

 

Diversity is meant to encompass the full spectrum of characteristics of our community including (but not limited to) ethnic background, religious beliefs, age, political beliefs, socio-economic status, sexual orientation, physical ability and gender.

We believe that a diverse college is one that embraces the richness of this variety and provides an environment in which each individual is respected and celebrated.

Diversity Council, 2011.

 

The Diversity Council, Faculty, Staff and Students of the College of Architecture want to reassure our commitment to diversity.  We seek, welcome and support diversity of all races, genders and backgrounds. Diversity is essential to your and our continued success.

Diversity Council, 2016.

 

 

Council Members

 

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