The Racist and Bias Incident Response Team oversees university protocols, programs, and processes in order to provide appropriate and calculated responses to incidents involving bias and racism at the university.
The ethics of medicine
Harriet A. Washington is a prolific science writer, editor, and ethicist. The University of Utah will welcome Dr. Washington to virtually speak to the campus community during three events Oct. 7-8, 2021.
Leading with Equity
Friday Forums on Racism in Higher Education are back for a second season. Learn how to intentionally practice equity in your workplace, classroom, and community on September 24.
Thriving in the fullness of our complex selves
The LGBT Resource Center shares insight into the center's new initiatives for QTSOC community building and advice on how we can all contribute to a more inclusive campus.
“Celebrate/é” means an opportunity to put our voices out there, showcase our cultures and experiences, and tell our stories from our own perspectives. We need to celebrate each other, celebrate ourselves, and celebrate our campus diversity as a community.
The power of community
It is with a renewed sense of joy that we welcome all of you back onto our physical campus, into classrooms and gathering spaces, and invite you to join in our community both in-person and at a distance.