Diversity and Inclusion
The University of Colorado and the Postdoctoral Association (PDA) are committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion among the thousands of students and employees on campus. The Anschutz campus has a number of organizations aimed at creating inclusive environments for historically underrepresented groups, such as Women in Stem (WiSTEM)
, the Society for Advancement of Chicano and Native American in Science (SACNAS)
, and the Association of International Researchers (AIR)
. The PDA also has a position an its Executive Council for a Diversity and International Officer, currently held by Dr. Marina Felisbino.
Have questions or need help? Check out the resources below or contact the PDA
or Marina Felisbino
|Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
- The ADA ensures that individuals with disabilities are not discriminated against or denied equal access to the same programs, services, and facilities available to others. The University of Colorado is therefore required to provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities.
- If you need to make an application for accommodations or need information regarding the ADA, contact Doug Kasyon (email@example.com).
- To report disability discrimination on the CU Anschutz campus, visit the Office of Equity website.
CU Office of Equity
- The Office of Equity manages university initiatives related to affirmative action, Title IX, equal opportunity, prevention education, and reporting/resolution of harassment and discrimination.
- For policies regarding sexual misconduct, harassment, and discrimination, or to report an incident, visit the Office of Equity website.
- The Ombuds Office will provide informal, confidential, and neutral services to members of the community in conflict resolution, complaints, and disputes.