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Identity Initiatives Overview

What are Identity Initiatives?

Identity Initiatives serve all students, post-doctoral scholars, staff, and faculty as resource hubs and support networks for institutionally under-resourced and marginalized communities at ѿý. Our existing initiatives are: 

  • for people who identify as Asian American and Pacific Islander
  • for people who identify with visible and invisible disabilities, physical health conditions and diseases, mental health conditions, and neurodiversity
  • for Indigenous and Native scholars
  •  for veteran and military scholars
  • for first-generation scholars
  • for people with low-income
  • for Latinx/Hispanic people
  • for people who identify as “International” or “Global”

*Click on each link or click on their header in the toolbar for more info on each Initiative.

2023 Graduation Recognition Celebrations

Congratulations, Class of 2023!

On behalf of the Intercultural Education and Outreach team within the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, we enjoyed celebrating this year’s cohort of students affiliated with five (5) of our Identity Initiatives.

Please click each link to find event photos from our two graduate recognition events:

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