| Resources

For Faculty

Faculty at the University of Michigan are essential in our DEI effort. This section includes resources that are not only beneficial to support their efforts, but also includes a list of faculty advisors  that are able to guide individuals and groups on a range of topics related to DEI. If there’s a resource you’re aware of that is not listed or you can’t find what you’re looking for, please contact diversitymatters@umich.edu.

  • Adaptive Technology

    Computing and information technology assistance for people with temporary or permanent disabilities.

  • ADVANCE (NSF) at the University of Michigan

    Aims to improve our campus environment for faculty in four general areas: Recruitment, Retention, Climate, Leadership.

  • American Culture Department

    Education on the changing meanings of U.S. citizenship and national belonging, including a variety of ethnic studies programs, including Arab and Muslim American studies, Asian/Pacific Islander studies, Latina/o studies, African American studies and Native American studies.

  • Army v Navy Wheelchair Basketball Game

    Part of the University’s annual Investing in Ability Week observance, the Game honors military veterans, reduces stigma, and promotes accessibility and disability awareness.

  • Center for Bioethics and Social Sciences in Medicine – Health Disparities

    An intellectual gathering place of clinicians, social scientists, bioethicists, and all others interested in improving individual and societal health through research, education/outreach, and service.

  • Center for Educational Outreach

    Enhances educational outreach at the University of Michigan through the scholarship of engagement toward developing a diverse community of scholars: it supports faculty, staff and student groups in developing and implementing educational outreach programs.

  • Center for Public Policy in Diverse Societies

    The recognition that public policy initiatives must be understood within the context of growing societal diversity. The center builds on intellectual resources from around the university as well as those already present at the Ford School to address relevant programs and interests.

  • Center for Research on Learning and Teaching (CRLT)

    CRLT offers a variety of services and programs for faculty who are interested in pursuing new and innovative approaches to teaching, want to learn more about teaching methods relevant to their courses, or want to consult about ways to improve their teaching and their students’ learning.

  • Center for Social Impact

    Provides U-M students with practical skills and insights to tackle complex social challenges and catalyze a career in social impact.

  • Center for the Education of Women (CEW)

    Serves those who encounter education and career obstacles based on their non-linear paths to, and experiences within, the University community, providing immediate and ongoing services and financial support to ensure educational success and degree completion. CEW also offers workshops, programs, and special events designed to support a more inclusive campus community.