The Diversity and Inclusion Committee (ODIC), made up of faculty, staff and students, serves an essential role to help shape the future of diversity, equity and inclusion at WashU Olin. In addition to fostering a culture of belonging, the committee contributes to the strategic priority of creating a world-class organization that attracts, retains, empowers and includes a diverse population. The committee advocates for recognizing and valuing differences in lived experiences among individuals, as well as learning from the diversity found in the community and globally to change the world, for good.
- Bias Report and Support System is system the university developed through which students, faculty, staff, and community members who have experienced or witnessed incidents of bias, prejudice, or discrimination involving students can report their experiences to the university’s Bias Report and Support System (BRSS).If you would like to report a bias incident that does not involve a student, please contact Human Resources.
- Religious holidays observed by members of the WashU community
- Diversity and Inclusion Committee information
- Suggest reading/viewing and resources
- The Center for Diversity and Inclusion has dedicated significant resources to creating ways to learn together about diversity and inclusion for undergraduate, graduate and professional students.
- Undergraduate SafeZones is a student-run organization that provides inclusivity training to promote awareness and discussion about lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual and ally (LGBTQIA*) issues.
- Safe Zones Training for Faculty and Staff contact Anna Shabsin. Training offers faculty, graduate teaching assistants, and staff inclusivity training to promote safer and more secure living, learning and research environments for WashU’s LGBTQIA* students.
- Get support for hiring faculty on the Danforth Campus
- Campus Diversity Groups
- Olin DEI Resource List (PDF)
- Suggested anti-racist reading (PDF)
- Learn@WashU platform for microlearning journeys from Blue Ocean Brain