Diversity and inclusion are highly valued at our institution and are extremely important to advancing our Centennial Commitment aspiration of being the most student-centered and community-engaged institution of the 21st century public research universities. The Council is a vital part of hearing and responding to issues and recommendations raised during the Beneficence Dialogue event held in March 2015 with our students.

Commission's Charges

  • Review recommendation from the Beneficence Dialogue report and develop an implementation action plan.
  • Develop a process to monitor and measure success of the implementation action plan.
  • Communicate and build awareness across the university on the roles and responsibilities of each community member in supporting and integrating the recommendations.
  • Develop and implement a communications plan to increase community members awareness of the goals and progress.