Northwestern University is implementing ways to create and support a diverse and inclusive campus community. Use this site to explore these efforts, find resources and programs, and get involved!
Sustained Dialogue - Sign-Ups Now Open!Sustained Dialogue (SD) is a student-facilitated program that encourages conversation across lines of difference with other Northwestern students. Students participate in weekly 90-minute sessions throughout the quarter. Spring 2017 Sustained Dialogue groups are now open!
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Our road to becoming a more inclusive community began decades ago. See our campus leadership partners.
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The Office of the Provost announces Underrepresented Minority Professional Travel GrantsMatching funds are available for schools' support of their underrepresented minority faculty members' scholarly and creative work and their professional development opportunities.
Introducing the SES One FormThe SES One Form allows students to apply for multiple funding opportunities through one standard application. This ensures campus resources and opportunities are transparent and simple to access. Students share their financial narrative in one application, only one time. Visit the SES One Form portal today!
Faculty Diversity Initiatives recognized by Office of the Provost
Northwestern University’s Office of the Provost has awarded nearly $165,000 to faculty to build a more diverse, inclusive and equitable climate on campus. The programs are aimed at enhancing diversity across the spectrum, including race, gender, religion, socioeconomic status, age and political affiliation. Read more here.
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News & Announcements
The Institute for Sexual and Gender Minority Health and Wellbeing's inagural "Current Issues in LGBTQ Health" lecture series featuring author Jesus Ramirez-Valles
Weinberg College Dean Adrian Randolph identifies thematic priorities.
The Office of Fellowships is delighted to welcome Dr. LaTanya Williams as the inaugural Associate Director for STEM.
I want to reassure members of our community, especially those who are trans* and gender non-conforming, that our support for them remains strong and that Northwestern does not plan to change our current procedures or practices as a result of this recent action.
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