The Diversity Advisory Board is a broadly representative, deliberative group that considers matters that concern the campus community especially with regards to diversity. Its mission concerns the well-being of the community—its capacity for collegiality and the pursuit of the community while preserving an excellent education for all students.
The goals of the Committee shall include, but not be limited to the following:
To work with and advise the Vice President for Institutional Equity and Diversity, and other senior officers as appropriate, to promote diversity and develop a welcoming and inclusive campus climate.
Identify ways to educate the community about diversity and provide guidance for dealing with community issues.
To develop an effective means of communication about diversity issues with all parts of the community.
The membership shall consist of the Vice President for Institutional Equity and Diversity; the Vice President for Campus Life and Student Services; faculty members, staff members, a minimum of two undergraduate students, two graduate students and two medical students. Members shall serve staggered two-year terms.
Undergrad Application (Link)
The DAB does not offer orientation at this time.
The Board shall meet at least twice per semester.