Initiatives

Apply for a Grant

Apply for funding to support your innovative ideas that illustrate and advance GW’s commitment to diversity and inclusion.

Tutoring Services

Apply to become a tutor or request help assistance for a course through group or individual tutoring.

A Safe Space for GW

Learn how Haven can help with incidents of power-based violence.

Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement at GW

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Staff of the Office for Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement

The Office for Diversity, Equity, and Community Engagement (ODECE) provides leadership, resources, and support to advance and sustain inclusive environments for our faculty, staff, and students across the university. ODECE supports the GW community’s diversity and inclusion efforts in a number of ways:

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OCEDE Office Hours

OCEDE Office Hours 

Please join us for our next office hour on Wednesday, December 6th, 3:30pm-5pm. The Office for Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement hosts Office Hours for GW Students on the third Wednesday of each month. The dates for the Spring 2018 semester are January 17th, February 21st, March 21st, April 18th, and May 2nd.

 

Students and student organizations are invited to sign up in 15 minute intervals and are welcome to bring up to two GW student guests, for a maximum of three students.This is a great opportunity for students to share ideas, thoughts or concerns about diversity and climate on campus. Sign-up at diverse.youcanbook.me

Recent News

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University Community Responds to Deeply Offensive Social Media Posting

President LeBlanc to meet with students on race relations. 

President LeBlanc Addresses Social Media Post Article

President Addresses Social Media Post, Updates on Strategic Initiative

University and student leaders stress the importance of steps to foster diversity and inclusion.

LeBlanc Faculty Assembly

GW President Discusses Comprehensiveness, Diversity at Faculty Assembly

Thomas LeBlanc reiterated his administrative priorities and emphasized the importance of "scholarship in all its forms." 

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Message from GW President Thomas LeBlanc on Title IX

Dr. LeBlanc addresses Title IX guidance issused by the U.S. Department of Education.