Congratulations to the individuals who were selected to be recognized for their contributions to furthering diversity initiatives.
VOICES provides an update on the university's diversity efforts in facilitating and supporting diversity and inclusion. Each issue shares the good work of academic and administrative departments, students, affinity groups and more.
Each issue we highlight 10 individuals who have been selected for recognition by W&M community members for their leadership in fostering diversity on campus. Nominations can be submitted online each month.
“Diversity is the one thing we all have in common. Celebrate it everyday.”
School of Education Media Review for Inclusiveness
March 25, 2014 marked W&M’s first annual Supplier Diversity Vendor Fair. The fair provided an opportunity for over 30 small, women and minority-owned (SWaM) businesses to showcase their products and services to departments across campus and our satellite locations in one afternoon.
On April 8, the Office of Diversity & Equal Opportunity in collaboration with the Provost, W.I.S.E., and Human Resources, sponsored a training on Implicit and Unconscious Bias in hiring and evaluation.
University Development offered an informative webinar entitled, “Leveraging and Understanding Alumni of Color” which was sponsored by CASE.
The Women’s Network gathered twice for lunch to celebrate two former Chairs of the organization - Mary Schilling and Kate Slevin.
WISE annually awards grants to female faculty working in the STEM disciplines at William & Mary, Richard Bland College, and Thomas Nelson Community College.
The Lemon Project had another busy year.
2013-14 IDEA Grants Support Diversity Efforts
Ernst & Young hosts visit at Mason School of Business.
Law School Honors Edward Travis,'54
The Center for Student Diversity had a very successful academic year.
When positions are announced and advertised, learn what new tagline should be included.
Interesting W&M Diversity Facts.