| 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 U-M resource you’re aware of that is not listed or you can’t find what you’re looking for, please contact diversitymatters@umich.edu.

  • CEW+

    CEW+ navigates circumstantial barriers by providing academic, financial, and professional support to help individuals reach their personal potential. Established to support women through higher education, CEW+ lifts up women and all underserved communities at the University of Michigan and beyond. Through career and education counseling, student funding, workshops, events, and a diverse and welcoming community, CEW+ exists to empower.

  • Council for Disability Concerns

    Meets monthly to address disability issues affecting the University of Michigan and also members of the community. Members represent a broad cross-section of the university and surrounding area.

  • Department of Afroamerican and African Studies (DAAS) records

    Records include correspondence, syllabi, clippings, publicity materials, photographs and audio and video recordings of campus speakers. In addition to academic and unit records, the collection includes materials related to the Black Action Movements, the United Coalition Against Racism, and student activism related to campus and global events.

  • Department of Organizational Learning

    Organizational Learning is responsible for developing and implementing a coordinated university-wide strategy for professional and leadership development of staff.

  • Detroit Center

    Located in Midtown Detroit, the Detroit Center serves as a gateway for University and urban communities to utilize each other’s learning, research and cultural activities.

  • Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Training

    Professional training opportunities for U-M staff.

  • Edward Ginsberg Center

    Cultivates and stewards mutually beneficial partnerships between communities and the University of Michigan in order to advance social change for the public good.

  • English Language Institute

    The ELI provides language, academic, and intercultural instruction that enables all members of the U-M community to achieve their scholarly, instructional, and professional goals.

  • Environmental Justice Initiative

    Through scholarly research, retrieval/dissemination conferences, and policy briefings, this initiative strives to find answers to environmental issues.

  • Expect Respect

    An educational initiative aimed at supporting a campus climate in which all persons are treated with civility. Community members from across campus have worked together to strengthen the framework of support services for those who have experienced hate crimes or bias incidents.