Engaging with the topics of diversity and inclusion.
We regularly host Dean’s Seminars to provide opportunities to engage in conversation about the broad range of topics that support creating a diverse, inclusive, and welcoming space.
Providing the tools to create an inclusive culture.
Our workshops and trainings prepare us to identify problems and institute solutions to establish an inclusive space for everyone that acknowledges and celebrates diversity.
Read, think, and discuss as a community.
This school-wide reading program aims to encourage critical thought and discussion among all members of the SPH community, and is centered on a carefully chosen, thought-provoking book annually.
Our ongoing commitment to our principles.
We encourage you to explore our guiding resources and our various groups dedicated to furthering our mission and strengthening our voice as a community.
We, the Boston University School of Public Health community, believe that fostering diversity and inclusion is essential to fulfilling our mission as an academic public health institution; a mission firmly rooted in social justice. Our rich tradition of celebrating diversity and inclusion strengthens our voice as a community and our ability to eliminate health disparities locally, nationally, and globally. We aim not just to sustain, but to constantly improve our inclusive culture, striving to get better at being better with the belief that embracing diversity cannot live in a statement alone. Diversity and inclusion are central to all that we do as a School; we are glad that you are here.
Please reach out to Assistant Dean of Diversity and Inclusion Yvette Cozier at email@example.com with any questions or comments.