Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

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At the College of Arts & Sciences, diversity is integral to excellence. We value and honor diverse experiences and perspectives, strive to create welcoming and respectful learning environments, and promote access, opportunity and justice for all.

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In the College of Arts and Sciences we embrace, embody, and explore the world in all its diversity. As artists, humanists, mathematicians, natural scientists and social scientists, our perspective is global and our commitment to inclusivity is unwavering. Difference, however conceived or defined, enriches our community and makes each of us better. We welcome all who wish to join us in our quest to better understand our world in all its fullness.

Robert Stacey, Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences

UW Diversity Blueprint  

The Blueprint is available for academic and administrative units to use as a framework for guiding the UW toward achieving its stated goals for diversity and inclusion.

UW Climate Survey

In fall 2019, all three UW campuses will undertake a University-wide climate survey to help us better understand how to make our campuses more welcoming and inclusive.This confidential survey will offer an opportunity for you — students, faculty and staff — to share your personal experiences related to learning, working and living at the UW. Your feedback matters and will be used to create more equitable environments for everyone.

Stories and Opportunities

Ann Nelson, backpacking

Professor Ann Nelson, who held the Kenneth K. Young Chair of Physics and was a tireless advocate for diversity in the field, died from a...Read more

Anu Taranath standing on a bridge in Mexico

In her book Beyond Guilt Trips, principal lecturer Anu Taranath discusses how travelers can respectfully explore other cultures.Read more

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