Tuesday, December 04, 2018

Affirming our commitment


As the world grapples with acts of violence fueled by prejudice and hate, our School of Education affirms its commitments to research, teaching, and service that help to challenge hateful perspectives and to build diverse, inclusive, equitable, and just communities. We know that education can mitigate the fear, bias, and lack of knowledge that fuel hate-based violence, and we are committed as a School to standing up to those who seek to marginalize, diminish, or physically harm others. Visit the SOE Diversity web page to learn more about how we are advancing our dije agenda.

For those who are struggling, please know that you have a community to which you can turn. Additionally, resources are available to all of our students through CAPS, the university’s counseling and psychological services, at 734-764-8312. Faculty and staff can receive support through the Faculty and Staff Counseling and Consultation Office, 734-936-8660.

Elizabeth Birr Moje
Dean, School of Education

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