D&I Alliance: Resources
D&I Moments are one- to three-minute conversations about DEI topics that happen at the beginning of meetings, classes, and other college gatherings. D&I Moments are intended to help us normalize DEI conversations; spark curiosity and conversation; and learn and grow as scientists, engineers, and allies. Everyone contributes a D&I Moment to share with their group at one time or another.
CSE Collegiate Life's Diversity and Inclusion Opportunities for Students provides connections, events, support, and resources for CSE students, in particular individuals and groups highlighted by the University of Minnesota’s Office of Equity and Diversity and who traditionally are underrepresented in science and engineering.
The University's Office for Equity and Diversity (OED) offers a number of programs and initiatives including a respectful campus climate of access and inclusion for all community members; equitable and collaborative opportunities; and education that reflects diverse ways of knowing, being and experiencing the world.
The OED certificate program helps participants develop tools necessary for advancing equity and diversity in all aspects of their personal and professional lives. It’s free of charge and open to students, faculty, staff, and alumni on all campuses of the University of Minnesota.
Accessible U provides a support resource to help the University community cultivate more inclusive—digitally accessible—experiences on course sites, websites, Zoom meetings, documents, presentations, applications, etc. Customized accessibility training, as well as a Digital Accessibility Badging Program are available to the University community.
The Disability Resource Center (DRC) partners with students, faculty, staff, and guests of the University to facilitate accessibility and reduce barriers on campus to improve access for disabled people.
The Safe Campus mental health website provides mental health information and resources for students and their parents, and for faculty and staff. Learn more: President's Initiative for Student Mental Health (PRISMH)