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AAPI Meeting of the Minds strives to build a community that provides opportunities for professional and academic development, social networking, and support for faculty and staff as we work to make CU Denver a positive experience for students. It aims to be a resource to enhance the relationships among AAPI students, faculty, staff, allies, and the CU Denver campus community.
The Auraria Native Alliance seeks to identify American Indian and Alaska Native faculty and staff on the Auraria campus for networking, support, and cross-institutional needs analysis and programming.
The Black Staff and Faculty Affinity Group advances a sense of community among the Black faculty and staff at CU Denver by mentoring, networking, and providing an organized support system that promotes the cultural diversity on campus.
The Native Alliance is an informal association among American Indian/Alaska Native faculty and staff across the four University of Colorado campuses. The Alliance offers networking, opportunities for shared program and scholarly information, and opportunities to collaborate and share resources for events.
The CLAS Council on Diversity and Inclusion works to establish policies, procedures, and programs that strengthen our diverse community and create an environment that makes the most of the unique contributions and differences of all members of CLAS. Students and faculty interested in helping CLAS pursue its mission to enhance diversity across the college and foster a culture of inclusion are invited to contact Marjorie Levine-Clark, Associate Dean for Planning, Initiatives, and Diversity at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CU Denver | CU Anschutz Faculty Assembly – The Faculty Assembly is the elected body that represents the faculty of both CU Denver and CU Anschutz Medical Campus. The Faculty Assembly advises and recommends action to the CU Denver and CU Anschutz Medical Campus Chancellors and the CU Faculty Council concerning matters related to academic policy and ethics.
CU System Faculty Council – The Faculty Council is the executive body of the Faculty Senate which includes four committees that focus on diversity issues:
Ethnic and Minority Affairs Committee
Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Issues Committee
Staff Council members serve as representatives for the University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus classified staff, university staff, and professional research assistants to the Chancellor's Office, Board of Regents, President's Office, Administrative Officers, and the State Personnel Board.