- Diversity Strategic Plan
- Community Diversity Relations
- Diversity Education
- Bias Incident Response
Given the unprecedented events that shaped the most recent year – including the pandemic and calls for racial justice – the Office of Institutional Diversity took a different approach to this year's State of Diversity at Oregon State Address.
This year's address is comprised of in-depth conversations with faculty, staff and student leaders within the OSU community discussing their vision, challenges and progress in building a more equitable and welcoming university. Through these conversations, we hope to amplify the incredible efforts and accomplishments of community members across the university who have steadfastly advanced equity under trying circumstances.
Thank you for learning more about the State of Diversity at Oregon State in 2021.
Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer Dr. Charlene Alexander introduces the 2021 State of Diversity at OSU and discusses efforts underway to advance inclusive excellence at OSU with Interim President Dr. Becky Johnson.
Scott Vignos speaks with Damoni Wright, Charlene Martinez and Teresita Alvarez-Cortez to learn more about the Division of Student Affairs Agenda and Priority to promote cultural and systemic transformation through critical examination
Allison Davis-White Eyes meets with Bridget Jones and Terrance Harris to learn about the new OSU President's Commission on the Status of Black Faculty and Staff Affairs.
Allison Davis-White Eyes speaks with OSU alumni Marcia Torres, Katie Scott, Temmecha Turner, Tricia Samountry, Ellen Dishman and OSU Alumni Association staff member Suzanne Flores-Phillips about new alumni groups to support and build community among diverse alumni.
Jeff Kenney meets with Patti Sakurai and Ron Mize to learn about a new Ethnic Studies K-12 Summer Institute to build capacity among elementary school teachers in Oregon.
Jeff Kenney meets with Regan Gurung to learn about initiatives underway in the Center for Teaching and Learning to support faculty members' efforts to embed equity in the curriculum.
Brandi Douglas meets with student leaders María Lachino Sonato and Carla Medel from Here to Stay to learn more about student advocacy efforts to support undocumented students, students with DACA and students from mixed-immigration status families.
Brandi Douglas speaks with Nicole Hindes and Miguel Arellano Sanchez to explore how the Human Services Resource Center works to meet the basic needs of all OSU students.
The State of Diversity 2021 was produced with assistance from OSU Productions.