The intentional work of inclusion is the ongoing engagement with the principles of diversity—in our scholarship, in our curriculum, co-curriculum, business operations, and infrastructure of our institution. This work must be guided by fairness, equity, and respect. These efforts must be bound by a commitment to accountability that joins us to one another as a community.

We must be principled in the ways we innovate, create, and measure DEI progress both quantitatively and qualitatively and equity-minded in our resolve to eliminate barriers and strengthen opportunities for promotion and/or tenure for faculty, career progression for staff, and degree completion for undergraduate, graduate and professional scholars, ensuring student success.

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Participate in Emory Campus Climate Survey on Racial Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Administered by the National Assessment of Collegiate Campus Climates (NACCC), the Emory survey will be open from October 26 to November 23. Be sure to make your voice heard.

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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Strategic Planning Process

A DEI planning process is underway, with the goal of sharing findings with President Gregory L. Fenves in January 2022. How we practice these values and interweave them into the fabric and infrastructure of the Emory enterprise is the task before all of us. Please use this form to provide comments regarding the plan’s themes or the process itself. Your feedback will be anonymous.

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