Fulton Schools Diversity Difference programs

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The Fulton Schools Diversity Difference programs work alongside ASU partners to create experiential learning opportunities for faculty, staff and students to engage in active dialogues on topics related but not limited to diversity within the university.

Leading topics include the following: LGBTQIA+, First-Generation, Ethnic Diversity, DACA/Immigrant Populations, Women/Gender Issues, Global Awareness and Cultural Sensitivity, Mental Health and Wellness, Mindfulness, and Disability Resources.

More about the Diversity Difference programs

The goal of this project is to provide a series of diversity-based trainings for faculty, staff and students within Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering. Our aim is to create a culture of understanding and welcoming for the larger Fulton Schools community.

Participants attend multiple sessions and earn recognition for their commitment to creating a culture of diversity of inclusion.

Diversity Difference programs encourage students, staff, and faculty to attend sessions to promote pursuit of inclusivity and diversity within Fulton Schools of Engineering and the overall engineering industry and related fields.

Individuals will be able to select Diversity Difference programs which are of interest to them personally, to help them grow towards being more inclusive of their fellow ASU and Fulton Schools community members.

Those who complete sessions will receive a corresponding recognition object, such as a magnet, indicating that they have completed a tier of the Fulton Diversity Difference program. These can be placed on office doors, cubicles, residential hall room doors, or other locations to display to members of the community that the Fulton Schools, and the individual, are working to create an open and inclusive community.

Read the full DII@FSE proposal

Participating in a program?

Take our pre-survey beforehand.

Afterwards, please return to take our post-survey.

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