GW students and faculty in class

 

The power & promise of diversity

 




 

Campus Climate

GW is committed to developing policies and programs to create an inclusive campus climate that supports an optimal learning and working environment for students, faculty, and staff.   This include embracing the values of respect, inclusion and equality. This work requires our collective awareness, engagement and action.

Please provide comments and recommendations, following the event "A Town Hall Conversation About Race at GW", hosted by President Thomas LeBlanc on February 27, 2018. Your insight will be considered for our campus-wide action plan.

You also are invited to apply to be a member of the Action Plan Project Team.


 



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Caroline Laguerre-Brown, Vice Provost for Diversity, Equity and Community Engagement

Caroline Laguerre-Brown

Vice Provost for Diversity, Equity
and Community Engagement

"Our capacity to maintain academic excellence, to solve our greatest problems, and to serve others can only be enhanced by a diverse and truly inclusive campus community."


 

Meet the team

 

Diversity Summit

 

Relevant Policies

 


 

ODECE Monthly Office Hours. The remaining dates this this academic year are March 21st, April 18th and May 2nd from 3:30pm-5:30pm. Sign up todayat diverse.youcanbook.me

 

 

 


 

News

Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Committee Generates Ideas and Actions

Coalition of students, faculty and staff has been driving force behind many sexual assault prevention initiatives, including changes to climate survey issued last week.

Little Progress on Racial Disparities 50 Years after Kerner Commission Report

Little Progress on Racial Disparities 50 Years after Kerner Commission Report

Original commission member Fred Harris, Congressman Bobby Scott and others express disappointment, determination during daylong forum at GW.

Students Voice Concerns about Racism, Inclusion at Town Hall

Students Voice Concerns about Racism, Inclusion at Town Hall

University administrators reaffirmed their commitment to working together with students and other community members on steps to improve their GW experience.

Inclusion Could Close Gaps in Divided Societies

Inclusion Could Close Gaps in Divided Societies

GW Women’s Leadership Conference tackles challenges of living in a global community and examines how inclusion could spur meaningful change.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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