Recognizes faculty, staff, and students (either an individual or a group) whose sustained efforts have resulted in greater equity with regard to gender, race, class, age, disability, gender identity, or sexual orientation.
Given to persons who have made significant contributions to the harmony and strength of the Latino and University communities through their work, leadership and service.
Recognizes the unique contributions and assistance provided by a member of faculty and/or staff to enhance the academic and social progress of African American students at U-M.
Given to staff demonstrating extraordinary commitment and dedication to diversity at U-M.
Presented to a dental student, faculty member and a dental school alumnus who promotes diversity throughout the U-M School of Dentistry.
Recognizes faculty whose service contributes to the development of a culturally and ethnically diverse campus community.
Honors students for their commitment to social justice in the spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Given to a library staff member or group who promotes and embodies the ideas of the Library Diversity Program.
Recognizes a senior U-M faculty member who has contributed important to understanding diversity, equity, and inclusion through research, scholarship and creative endeavors, who is an outstanding teacher and mentor, and whose work has focused on issues of importance to underrepresented communities.
Presented to a faculty, staff, student, or alum of U-M for significant achievements in: empowering people with disabilities, advocating for or advancing disability rights or disability justice and/or increasing the accessibility of programs and services to promote disability inclusion.
Recognizes and celebrates students at U-M who are doing remarkable things.
Recognizes a faculty member whose work – including teaching, performance, scholarship, or service – supports the success of female students or faculty in the arts who come from diverse cultural and racial backgrounds.
Honors senior faculty who have throughout their careers demonstrated a commitment to the University’s ideals of DEI through their scholarship, teaching, and/or service and engagement.