| Resources

For Staff

Whether you’re a staff member at Michigan Medicine looking to advance clinical care for underserved patient populations, or an administrative assistant in a school or college looking to schedule a course on mindful communications for you and your co-workers, the University of Michigan is committed to providing resources that will accommodate a diverse, equitable and inclusive work environment.

Search below to find information that can help members of the university community get better connected.

If there’s a U-M resource you can’t find on the list, or have any additional questions, please contact diversitymatters@umich.edu.

  • Business & Finance Diversity Committee

    Seeks to enhance diversity, equity, and inclusion among its six units – creating a more diverse staff, equitable experience, and more inclusive workplaces, resulting in a positive workplace climate.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • DEI Training & Education

    Organizational Learning coordinates with partners across all three campuses and Michigan Medicine to provide training and skill development opportunities. These opportunities help create a community where people’s differences contribute to further learning and advancements in all fields of study and patient care.

  • 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.

  • 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 faculty and staff.

  • 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.