The Director of Human Rights, Access & Inclusion provides professional and authoritative advice with respect to University matters that concern discrimination, diversity, equity and harassment. The position focuses on equitable educational, employment and workplace access and opportunities through ensuring compliance with civil rights legislation in concert with developing and implementing policies and strategies that integrate diversity and human rights into the University’s strategic goals.
The Assistant to the President for Diversity, Equity and Community facilitates and oversees diversity-related curriculum transformation and development and teaching in partnership with faculty, staff and students. The position coordinates existing campus-wide committees to address issues of diversity and equity. They assist the president, provost and university community in accomplishing diversity goals and creating a campus climate that values diversity as a defining characteristic of the learning community.
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