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Promoting, supporting and sustaining a living, learning, and working environment of diversity, equality, fairness, inclusion, and respect.

Promoting, supporting and sustaining a living, learning, and working environment of diversity, equality, fairness, inclusion, and respect.

Promoting, supporting and sustaining a living, learning, and working environment of diversity, equality, fairness, inclusion, and respect.

Promoting, supporting and sustaining a living, learning, and working environment of diversity, equality, fairness, inclusion, and respect.

Promoting, supporting and sustaining a living, learning, and working environment of diversity, equality, fairness, inclusion, and respect.

Promoting, supporting and sustaining a living, learning, and working environment of diversity, equality, fairness, inclusion, and respect.

News and Announcements

  • Enhancing Critical Thinking to Support a WIRED Environment

    Drexel University’s Office of Equality and Diversity (OED) will host a diversity training that is open to all members of the Drexel community. This training aims to increase sensitivity to personal implicit bias and prejudice, in learning environments, by enhancing critical thinking. Participants engage in a facilitated Socratic training that increases “thinking about one’s own thinking” (e.g., self-assessment of one's own assumptions and worldview), and understanding of different perspectives. Additionally, participants practice conflict resolution techniques that decrease tensions and increase cross-cultural collaboration.
  • Campus Consciousness: the Impact of Race and Ethnicity on Community Members of Color

    Drexel University’s Office of Equality and Diversity (OED) will host a dialogue that is open to all members of the Drexel community. In light of recent events covered in the media regarding race and the criminal justice system, we offer the opportunity to engage in facilitated dialogue that supports equity and the elimination of oppression at all levels.
  • Drexel Recognized by Asian Pacific Chamber of Commerce for Our Commitment to Leadership, Diversity and Economic Development

    The Sacramento Asian Pacific Chamber of Commerce Foundation (SACCF) recognizes Drexel University for our commitment to leadership and to our underserved communities. Within a year of its arrival in the greater Sacramento region, Drexel University has made a tremendous impact in our community.
  • Drexel Acquires Newman Center for Development of an Intercultural Center

    Drexel University has acquired the Newman Center property located at 30 South 33rd Street (N.W. corner of 33rd and Chestnut Streets) for the development of an Intercultural Center.
  • Drexel Announces Center for LGBT Health

    The Drexel University School of Public Health announces the launch of a major academic research center focusing on the health disparities and health behaviors of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people and communities: the Program for LGBT Health.
  • Americans with Disabilities Act Celebrates its 19th Anniversary

    Signed into law on July 26, 1990, this landmark legislation established a clear mandate against discrimination on the basis of disability so that people with disabilities would have an equal opportunity to achieve the American Dream.
  • LeBow College of Business Students Experience Chile

    Drexel students from LeBow College of Business visited Chile and engaged in many scholarly and cultural activities as part of an International Residency Program.